HipKnoTies you can wear 30 ways I got the Convertible Wrap Top Mini Dress in the color Berry Hombre. Each HipKnoTies ships with 5 reusable bands to style your multi way garment. Measuring 32" in length, this versatile garment is the perfect wardrobe addition and can be easily transformed into: Scarf -Wrap - Shawl - Bolero - Nursing cover - Poncho - Top- Sarong -Strapless top - Halter top - One Shoulder top -Boat Neck top- Children's Dress -and much more! Wrap yourself in a MINI length HipKnoTies today. Available in a multitude of colors, you will never leave home again without your HipKnoTies.
My Opinion: I really like the versatility of the HipKnoTies and it’s so comfortable to wear although I am a plus size woman the fabric for mean being short was just right. I really enjoyed the color that I received and look forward to wearing it in the summer time and as a scarf/wrap/shawl.
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About Them: Who hasn't stood in front of their full closet and frustratingly declared, "I have NOTHING to wear?!" Or struggled with fitting all the necessary garments needed for a business trip, or that once-in-a-lifetime-getaway, into their carry on? That's pretty much how it all began for Sarah Yonover, owner and creator of Hipknoties, the multi-way, multi-purpose convertible garment that can be worn at least 30 different ways. As a former Director of Sales for Michael Kors and Assistant Buyer for Bergdorf Goodman, one thing Sarah Yonover knows to be true; women love versatility and love looking fabulous. But it was when she was faced with the dilemma of how to pack for a 3 week trip to the Hamptons, DC, and the NYC night life in a carry-on bag, that her fashion mind began to spin.
Knowing that there was nothing on the market that would meet her sleek, sophisticated, and refined sense of style, this savvy 41 year old grabbed her infinity scarf and began to twist and tie it using office supply rubber bands. Effortlessly, she turned it into a one-shoulder dress, halter top, wrap, vest, maxi skirt and more. Within an hour, Sarah had run to the fabric store and was sitting at her kitchen table teaching herself how to sew.
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