July 25th, 2020
Styling Tip

Roll Up Your Sleeves

I always roll up my shirt sleeves. The short-sleeved shirtdress on Iselin, from a 2013 issue of Self Service, is my ideal length. When the Alex Mill shirt arrived, the sleeves were rolled Italian style, a style I quite like and forget to do.

Diagram courtesy Marie Claire

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  • Love a good sleeve roll! Thanks for the diagram.

    NikJuly 25th, 2020  2:10 PM

     
  • Same here – more often than not, I like rolling up long sleeves. Lately I’ve taken to rolling the short sleeves of some t-shirts as well. I’ve seen this way but didn’t know it is Italian roll. Thanks.

    SLFJuly 25th, 2020  3:27 PM

     
  • Roll up the sleeve again leaving about one cuff length showing?? I’m a little slow on the uptake. How is this done? Can you tag me if someone is kind enough to explain?

    Marcy

    MarcyJuly 26th, 2020  8:28 AM

     
  • Marcy, google Italian rolled sleeve and there are multiple images which will help you:)

    MonicaJuly 26th, 2020  9:14 AM

     
  • Look at this Esquire how-to.

    PrestonJuly 26th, 2020  10:29 AM

     
  • Love the skirt as well! Does anyone knows where to get one like that?

    Veronika MikhalashJuly 26th, 2020  11:41 PM

     
  • It’s a Victoria Beckham shirtdress from 2013.

    PrestonJuly 27th, 2020  9:24 AM

     

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