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I am going to give you, with all of these variations, the technical name for these styles.
Personally I might not be that much of an expert, because I don't know them as these.
I've never. I've heard of them as a Bishop sleeve, which is what I'm going to show you
right now. But I wouldn't know to call it that. I would just call it a poofy sleeve.
I guess its not very technical, but this is going to be a Bishop sleeve. And you'll see
in the dash lines here, I have the actual outline of the arm. That's where if fabric
on the sleeve were sheer, you would see the arm right here. Bishop sleeve, you are going
to want to blouse it a little. Its going to be a little bit more flowy. Think like almost
a poet sleeve. I don't really know where the term Bishop is referenced from. But, we'll
pretend. So, you are going to have the arm, like in the dash lines. And then just follow
the lines of the arm out a little bit. Basically. And then here you have more of a frump curvature
down to your cuff where it tightens again. There you go.