#WednesdayWishlist: spring sleeves are out in full bloom

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Jo'burgers might not relate (especially in this heatwave), but for the rest of us spring tends to be synonymous with a bit of a chill in the air. We still need to cover our arms in fabric, so why not make that fabric on point AF?

Whether detailed with ribbons, ruched or oversized, blouses and blazers are showing their personalities this spring. Here's what to get now:

Read: How to wear frills

Detail

Frills and ribbons are coming out to play - so be sure to play along.

On Eid, we post outfits ??

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Shop:

Witchery’s  exclusive Limited Edition collection: Yumi Playsuit, R 1,799.

Or get this Cotton Off Shoulder Dress, R 999, also Witchery. 

Oversized or too long

Um, full disclosure, this could be tricky whilst cooking or washing dishes, but UberEats was invented for a reason!

Go big, bold and OTT with this one...

Out and about yesterday at #hmstudio

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Shop these at Zara:

Ruched

Bring it all together with this sleeve that says "Ain't nobody got time to roll up their sleeves".

Get this ruched sleeve blazer, R 1399 at Spree.

Or shop this ruched sweater for a more casual look. R 379, Spree.

Flared

I am not a fan of bell-bottoms or flared trousers, but in sleeves they are a GO! Whether subtle or in your face, pair with understated, classic pieces.

Sweating but cute but sweating ??????

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Shop:

Bell sleeve top, R 119 at MRP

Or this flared gingham blouse, R 399 at Superbalist

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