Bell Sleeve Tie-Front Sweater
Belle of the Ball.
The scenario is all too common - you walk into a cinema, bank, restaurant, friend's house, office, etc., and they're blasting the AC like it's April in Bangkok. You put on your sweater, blazer, or what have you, or curse the Gods because you forgot it.
Usually, sweaters like this are functional. Simple. They get the job done with minimal fuss. But they're mostly forgettable. You deserve better.
This sweater has all the demure simplicity you wantóa supple cotton and modal blend that feels wonderful on your skin, slightly stretchy stuff woven in so that it hugs your body, an innocently coquettish tie-front. It's all very flattering stuff that is slightly maddening to the opposite sex.
But it's the bell sleeves with slits that you'll adore. Arms folded, the slits allow the sleeves to drop in dramatic fashion, like you're wearing some nauseatingly charming sweater cape. Arms by your sides, and you have the quintessential bell sleeve look you must love because youíre still reading.
Bell Sleeve Tie-Front Sweater (No. 5595). Cotton and modal blend with a hint of nylon and a touch of spandex. Full-fashion marks on sleeve, self-tie at center front bodice. Wear with all your dresses (with or without sleeves), skirts (I suggest the one on this page), and jeans. Imported.
Pairs well with The Embroidered Silk Organza Skirt (No. 5579).