Definition of gigot sleeve in English:

gigot sleeve

Syllabification: gig·ot sleeve

noun

  • A leg-of-mutton sleeve.
    More example sentences
    • Large gigot sleeves along with wider and shorter skirts began to emerge as the silhouette for the Romantic Period.
    • The small gigot sleeve is particularly attractive to create a broad shoulder line, which in turn gives the illusion of a small waist.
    • Her gown is authentically styled, from the ribbed gigot sleeves and romantic ribbons to the ruffled bodice and underskirt, and soft pastel colors.

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