1 Piece, 4 Ways – Ruffle Sleeve Popover

If there’s one trend we’re seeing absolutely everywhere, it’s statement sleeves. And this sweater in particular (only $25) is popping up on every fashion blogger’s feed. It comes in four shades, so there’s something to flatter everyone and, at this price point, it’s a great way to try out a trend.

The sleeves on this top make anything you pair it with look interesting because they are already high drama. I personally like to style a piece like this with items that are more structured (like a pencil skirt, some pleated trousers, or a great pair of denim). From there, you can mix in high and low end accessories to really make it your own.

I’ve styled it for you guys in four ways, of which I have a hard time choosing my favorite. I love the totally professional look on the “Chic” ensemble, but also like the way it dresses down so easily with jeans. This is a piece that is hard to go wrong with.  For this piece in particular, it comes in “one size” and, based on the reviews, runs small.

Ruffle Sleeve Sweater pittsburgh blogger wellesley and king



Skirt | Shoes | Earrings | Bag


Skirt | Shoes | Earrings | Bag


Pants | Necklace | Sunglasses | Shoes


Jeans | Bracelets & Watch | Shoes


As a word of caution, I don’t own this piece so I can’t speak for its quality but I am seeing so many bloggers wearing and recommending it. I’ve actually never purchased anything from Shein, and I’m curious about the quality. If you’ve shopped there before, what are your thoughts?


Lauren is the creator of the lifestyle blog, Wellesley & King. Like many modern women, she aims to balance her busy career and personal life with style and grace. Wellesley & King is devoted to providing inspiration to modern women everywhere, looking to bring simple and attainable style to all areas of their busy lives. Welcome!

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