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Similar to the “Bell Sleeve”, but this kind of sleeve hangs loose from the shoulder.
Basic Short Sleeve
Like the name states, simple and short.
Batwing or Magyar Sleeve
A long sleeve with a deep armhole, tapering towards the wrist.
A tight sleeve that goes from the shoulder to the elbow and opens from elbow onward.
Fuller at the bottom and gathered into a cuff.
These sleeves start at the shoulder and immediately open, but aren’t longer than 8 cm and end at the elbow.
Normally a short, slightly puffy sleeve that is gathered at the end.
It’s a type of sleeve that’s shorter and tighter than a t-shirt sleeve.
Cap and Puff Sleeve
A mix between the Cap and Puff sleeve. Typical Princess dress sleeve.
A long sleeve that is wide at the top and narrow at the wrist.
A sleeve that should fit only from the axilla to either the knuckles or wrist.
Gigot or leg o’mutton sleeve
A sleeve that is extremely wide and puffy above the elbow and narrow from the elbow to the wrist.
Fitted point sleeve
A sleeve that is long and narrow and ends at the back of the hand.
Similar to the Butterfly Sleeve but shorter.
A sleeve that opens down the side or front, or at the elbow, to allow the arm to pass through.
A long, tight sleeve with a puff at the top.
A sleeve that may take many shapes and styles only with one thing in common, the sleeve and the bodice are one piece of fabric.
A wide, bell-shaped sleeve. Usually worn over an engageante or false under-sleeve.
A sleeve made in panes or panels, allowing a lining or shirt-sleeve to show through.
In which a side overlaps the other, creating a petal effect.
Puffed Petal Sleeve
A Puff sleeve with a Petal sleeve encasing it.
A long sleeve fitted from shoulder to elbow, and then flared from elbow to wrist, usually with ruffles on the cuffs.
A sleeve, of any length, that is gathered at the top and bottom.
A sleeve that extends to the neckline.
A sleeve sewn into an armhole.
Spaghetti Strap Sleeve
Not much to say here.
A sleeve cut in two pieces, inner and outer.
A full sleeve gathered into two puffs by a ribbon above the elbow.
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