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Gothic Bells

April 21, 2016 · 5

Eliza Tanudjaja -  - Gothic Bells

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We have all heard bell bottoms, especially you fellow 90s kids, but it is time to graduate and consider bell-sleeves instead. Take one look at a bell-sleeve and you shall be whisked straight back to the 70s. The dreamy 70s era has come an abundance of voluminous shapes whether it is your hair, bottoms or tops. This trend is characterised by a fitted top with a distinct ethereal volume starting below the elbow or wrist, the perfect way to add a slight drama to any ensemble. The catch about a trend making a comeback is all about interpretation and recreate a modern look with it so you can avoid looking like you're going to a fancy dress party,

The first rule I learnt when styling a look from one of my favourite fashion guru, Chriselle Lim, is "opposites attract". Pair your voluminous top with a fitted bottom or vice versa to avoid losing your shape. So in this case I chose to pair my black bell-sleeve top from Pomelo Fashion with white skinnies for a casual street look. This is my way of being lazy but trying to be stylish at the same time, because you can never go wrong with an all black outfit.

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Tya Tanjung
amazing ☺☺
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SMars Marse
Love your top :)
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Tiago Aleixo
<3 loving it
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