Ah trends, they may not be the best for practicality but dang do they know how to pull a gal in. The latest? The Extended Sleeve. Not just about exceeding the average length, oh no, the extended sleeve also takes in the form of volume and ruffles, almost making it hard to get about your day to day. Almost. First coming into our lives late A/W16 by the holy grail of Vetements (is there anything they can't do?) the sleeve is also taking over our street style, with volumes of eh, volume strutting it around NYFW. Need proof? Check out just some of the many ways to wear the extended sleeve. Look Ma! No hands!
PEEK FROM UNDERNEATH
Classic pieces, like high-waist jeans and a trench coat, look extra cool with an exaggerated cuff. Trust.
KEEP YOU COSY
They also work as gloves, the perfect solution for extra chilly days.
SHOW HOW CHILL
Nail the pajama trend with this casual, untucked ensemble. So effortless, so chic, you so chill.
Not into buying something new? Fling on an XL hoodie and let everyone know it.
FORGET FRONT TUCK
Was I the only one who missed the memo that everything apparently needs to be front tucked these days? Let it loose girl!
DONT FORGET YOUR SWEATSHIRT
Don't leeve the extended sleeve just for shirts! Get your wardrobe into gear with a luxe balloon sleeve sweater.
AND WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS
Get all the wear from your long sleeve polo and layer it up with cami vests or a slogan or band tee.
Have I got you convinced? Here's some instore picks that will cover all extended bases.
Off duty vibes never been so chill with this triple threat sweater: extended wide sleeves with cute bow detailing. Oh snap!
Miss Guided Camel Sweater £22
Blue stipe shirts aren't just for the city banker types! Let these sleeves pop our your jacket or winter coat and really show it off.
Mango Stripe Shirt £35.99
OK this one may make finding your iPhone in your handbag a little tricky, but when it looks this good it's all worth it.
Storets Sleeve Jumper £50
Header Image from Mango