Sleeves come in different shapes and sizes. I don’t discriminate when it comes to sleeves, I’m just as likely to wear a short sleeve as much as a long sleeve. But I do prefer longer, more elaborate sleeves. I just feel more comfortable in them, they make me feel more fabulous. Sure, I could wear a short sleeve to go get coffee or to a graduation, but I wouldn’t have as much fun as if I wore longer more elaborate sleeves.
Take this red blouse with the amazing ruffles for sleeves. It makes me feel like myself, which is fabulous, duh. I don’t have to pretend to be anyone else when I wear this blouse. I can tell this long red sleeved blouse exactly how I feel about short sleeve blouses without censoring myself. I can’t do that with a short sleeve blouse.
Then there is this beautiful dress with the bellowed sleeves, wow this makes me feel very comfortable. Sure, the sleeves are not as long as the red sleeved blouse, but they are not short either; which is what’s important. They are just the right length; these sleeves are long enough to hit my elbow.
I know what you are thinking. You thought I said that I don’ t discriminate when it comes to sleeves. I don’t, I just have a preference. Now is it more likely that I’ll wear clothing with longer sleeves more than shorter sleeves? Of course. Is it likely that I’m more likely to purchase or recommend a longer sleeve to someone else? Of course. Now am I less likely to shed a tear when I see bunch of short sleeve shirts being thrown into the garbage than if I saw the same happening to a long-sleeved shirt? Of course. But that’s not discrimination, that’s just a preference. And see how fabulous I look.