Sleeve Styles For Men | #Fashionfocus: Different sleeve styles for men to break the monotony


Fashion is about being experimental. When it comes to shirts, most men prefer picking a classic one. But why to stick to basic when you can up your style quotient with shirts featuring exciting sleeve styles? Men now are ready to take the plunge and step out of their comfort zone to make a stylish statement. In a special shoot, The Times of India provides you with all the style inspiration men would need to be the flâneur, in these edgy and trendy shirts with different sleeve styles. Which one would you like to pick?

Leg of mutton sleeves

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Also known as gigot sleeve, gets its unique name because of the unsual shape. The upper arm features a voluminous gathering of fabric and it gets tighter around the wrist. This sleeve style is having a moment in fashion again. While the leg of mutton sleeve is mostly sported by the ladies, with the blurring gender lines in fashion men too can rock this style and exude machismo. Seen on model Adarsh Raj is a black fitted shirt with gigot sleeves from QUOD with a pair of matching pants and boots to round of the look.

Double bell sleeves

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Bell sleeves are basically flared. They have a standard fit around the armhole and flares down the bottom. Here, a double bell-sleeved shirt from Two Point Two has been styled with high waisted, relaxed fit pants. The look has been accessorised with some statement gold chains.

Batwing sleeves


Batwing sleeves get their name because of the wing-like appearance. They are also known as dolman sleeve. Here, a black coloured, batwing sleeve styled shirt has been paired with shorts and matching boots. The looks has been further elevated with a floral embroidered shirt from Abraham & Thakore.


Photographer: Amit Hasija
Model: Adarsh Raj from Purple Thoughts
Wardrobe: QUOD, Abraham & Thakore and Two Point Two by Anvita Sharma
Location, Hair and makeup: Tweak Salon India
Accessories: The Slow Studio
Shoes: Onitsuka Tiger
Cinematography and video editing: Sunny Bisht
Creative direction and styling: Akshay Kaushal


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