Let’s get straight to it, here are the things we love about this wrap top that Amanda is wearing:
1) The length. That little extra fabric means you can wear this blouse with a ponte pant and still feel like you’re getting good coverage.
2) The graphic. If you’re not much of an animal print lover than look for graphic patterns like this that appear to be designed by a computer rather than nature.
3) It’s a true wrap top. Some wraps just look the part and actually have a fixed side seam. This style has an adjustable drawstring that you can tighten or loosen and move to the smallest section of your waist.
Truly, you can get wrap tops to suit all shapes. We’d suggest you wear yours loose for a relaxed but elegant vibe if you have a straighter figure. But those hourglass girls, get cinching in that waist! Even if you aren’t small in the middle, it’s a fab style for women with larger busts; if you wear the tie under the bra line to define your shape and fake it until you make it. Here, we’ve selected some more stylish influencers in wrap blouses so you can see what speaks to you most.