4 Ways to Wear it: Our Long Sleeve Wrap Around Top

finishedlooksWe love this one size top because there are just so many ways to wear it! In addition to being versatile, it’s solid colors mean it will coordinate with any of your favorite gypsy skirts and looks equally splendid with jeans or leggings. It’s also ultra comfortable! The soft rayon jersey with 5% spandex means it remains fairly wrinkle-free while fitting many different body shapes and sizes. Read on to see four of our favorite ways to tie this clever shirt!

Take the swath of fabric and loop it around your neck. Twice around will stay nicely in place, while once around will make your shirt look elegantly draped. Easy!

Wrap the swath of fabric around your torso once, keeping it as wide and flat as possible. Keep wrapping a second time around to define your waist, stretching the fabric slightly as you go, and tuck in the end in the back or the side of your waist.

scarfyBring the swath of fabric across the front of your body, up and around your left shoulder. Tuck the fabric drape in between the layers to hold it in place.


Bring the swath of fabric across the front of your body, twist the fabric one time (the bottom edge is now the top). Pull the fabric around your back under your right armpit and bring across your waist. Tuck the end of the fabric into the piece going across your back. Look in the mirror at your cool new shirt!

We love seeing creative new ways to wear this shirt, have you come up with any ways we haven’t? Share in the comments or on our Facebook page!

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