How to Keep Your Wrap Dress From Showing Too Much
By JoulesDellinger on July 24, 2014
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I went to Nordstrom Rack and found this Maggy London wrap dress marked way down to just $35. I couldn’t resist it! The colors were pretty, the price was right and the fit was great, except for one little thing…
Wrap dresses are super flattering, especially for us curvy girls with boobs and hips. However, they also fly open like they’re advertising your goodies for sale.
Yes, you can always throw a camisole on underneath your dress, but when it’s 95 degrees and humid, the last thing you want is another layer of clothing. So you can do one of two things: strategically keep your hand over your cleavage or just yank that baby back together when nobody is looking (you hope).
As attractive as those options tend to be (obviously), they are not really a great long-term solution. Which brings me to the point of today’s post: a super-easy way to fix your wrap dress for less than $5.
And no, the answer is not to use a safety pin.
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