Fashioned 70s wrapped cut out again. We see the effect of this cut in skirts, overalls, blouses and even bikinis. There is stylish, sporty, shabby and enveloping fashion in casual combinations.
We see the wrapped shirt especially on the streets in flowing blouses, shirts and t-shirts. Since wrapped blouses are draped, they are also a real savior for those with larger tops. If you pay special attention to those with vertical stripes, you will get a thinner look.
Wrap dresses that have not lost in popularity since the 1970s are a great invention. The dress is ideal for those with excess abdominal and waist areas. If you complain about your excess waist and belly area, you should prefer wrap dresses.
Shabby is also essential for a sexy and stylish look. In addition to the models that surround the body, light models also stand out. The lightly cast models help you hide your excesses, especially around the hips.
Wrap cut overalls
Overalls that have been essential in recent years seem to be more popular with wrapped cuts. However, if you are small or large, be careful when wearing overalls, as they can look shorter or longer than they are. In addition, those with hip problems should not choose too much.
Wrap cut bikini
Different sections of the beach come to the fore this season. One of them was a wound cut. Wraped bikini tops are very comfortable and useful. It is recommended that larger breasts prefer simpler colors and thick straps. Small breasts may prefer supported and strapless models.