Narrow, straight sleeves.
From long or wrist-length to elbow, three-quarter or bracelet-length, sleeves have again become extremely popular. Elegant and modern or slightly retro, narrow sleeves naturally lend themselves to such decorative details as ruffles, buttons, trims or slits. An elbow-length sleeve complements the style-consicous bride who also desires coverage. Long, narrow sleeves can be flattering and fashion forward when cut out of a soft fabric. Long sleeves can even look seductive when constructed from thin transparent materials such as lace, chiffon, silk net or stretch illusion. The shorter the sleeve, the more youthful the look. In fact, tiny sleeves can often be hard to wear than no sleeves at all.