Okay, here's the deal: We all know that puff sleeves are still a huge hit amongst celebrities, and it's not hard to see why. Whether the item is a blouse or a dress, the voluminous sleeves are a subtle way to make a sartorial statement. Plus, it can easily transition from day to night, which is why celebrities have claimed it as a go-to piece for the holidays.
With that in mind, this emerging trend we're seeing kind of makes sense, as it's merely an offshoot of the beloved puff sleeve. Basically, celebrities are into pieces inspired by Victorian undergarments, and there are a myriad of iterations—from whisper-thin dresses to colorful corset tops.
Check out everyone who has donned 19th century-inspired styles and made it modern:
1. The corset was obviously a staple undergarment during the Victorian period. Here, Liza Soberano shared another photo of her in the baby blue Patricia Santos dress, which obviously means she really loves the look! We like how she let the color speak for itself by wearing no accessories at all.
2. Here, Sarah Lahbati flaunts a summery Boom Sason corset top and pairs it with casual jeans. While the colorful print looks great during the day, you could dress it up for more formal occasions with a pleated midi skirt.
3. Jessy Mendiola's breezy frock could easily pass for a 19th-century undergarment and could be dressed up with a pair of strappy heels and a red lip.
4. Bela Padilla rocks a lilac Charina Sarte mini dress to the beach with very minimal accessories—just a simple ring and a necklace.
So as we've seen so far, there is still room for the trend to grow and to be embraced in more ways than one—and we're sure it'll happen anytime soon. Cop the look while it's hot!