How to Style the Tie Sleeve Top Trend

Tularosa Tie Sleeve Top
Tularosa Tie Sleeve Top

One of the bigger reasons that I love the Fall season is because there are so many trends to style during the cold weather months. As jeans and pants are worn more than dresses, skirts, and shorts, and layering to still be able to wear your summer clothes becomes the go-to thing to do, there are so many trends that you can take on to match your personal style. A trend that has become one of my recent favorites is the tie wrist or tie ankle trend. And in this post, I want to specifically talk about styling the tie sleeve trend.




Like belts, having a tie sleeve top or a tie ankle pant is meant to accentuate certain features while downplaying others. When it comes to the tie sleeve top, it’s all about accentuating your core to elongate and to flatter your arms, shoulders, and chest. As a petite woman with a shorter torso, this trend has been one that I have absolutely adored since it makes my arms look a little longer than they usually do.

When styling the tie sleeve top, you’ll want to make sure to pick tops that give some extra elements such as having it be a cold shoulder top or a sheer top that brings the tie sleeve top and the sheer look together.

Another tip for styling this trend is to keep the tie simple. I’ve seen many people try to tie the sleeves with cute little bows, but that takes away from the overall element of the tie sleeve. Many of the tops in this trend are meant to have one little knot which is why the material to tie is a little short. And even if it’s a little longer, the reason for the material being long is to have this hanging element to the sleeve itself.

So whether it’s a top or a dress, try styling this trend as I promise you’ll love it. Here are a few picks to search through so you can add the trend to your closet.

Tularosa Dylan Top
Tie Sleeve Off The Shoulder Top
Tie Sleeve Trend
Revolve Dylan Top
Long Sleeved Tie Sleeve Top
Dylan Top Revolve
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