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What is "Leg Of Mutton Sleeve" - Definition & Explanation

(Also known as a gigot sleeve) a loose, full sleeve, rounded from the shoulder to just below the elbow, then shaped to the arm, often ending in a point at the wrist.
A sleeve that puffs out at the shoulder but is gathered in just below the elbow to form a tight sleeve to the wrist.
Sleeve characterized by a full puff shoulder and a fitted forearm

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