One-size-fits-all miracle dress

I saw the convertible dress on one of my favourite bloggers and boy did she look good

One-size-fits-all miracle dress

Wrapt is what I am with Butter by Nadia’s signature jersey dress. I like to consider myself quite fashion forward, and I had certainly heard of the convertible or ‘magic’ dress before. However, I had always dismissed it as daggy. Until now. Major mistake. Our paths crossed again recently when I saw the convertible dress on one of my favourite bloggers and boy did she look good – the dress, that is.

This particular blogger was wearing Butter by Nadia's Original Signature Wrap Dress in Jersey, however there are many similar versions out there (Google is your friend).

The dress claims to be able to be worn incalculable ways and “gets the job done”, whatever it may be. I like its attitude! Moreover, I like the idea of only taking one dress on holidays and being able to transition from work to social, day to night, without a complete costume change. An investment piece at $252, but when you break it down on a cost per wear basis it practically pays you rent for your wardrobe space.

Butter by Nadia even includes tips on how to style your convertible dress;

 

Not to mention videos on how to wrap like a pro!

Now the only problem is deciding what colour to purchase.





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    Boof
    7th Jun 2013
    5:45pm
    Strike me pink! I've been on this earth for 70 years. ( And 9 months if you count conception). I've been trying to figure out women, all that time. I finally, must admit, that I give up. Anything to do with fashion, is beyond me. It's all been done before and will be done again, in the future. Women are wearing things, now, that was popular in my teens and before. I love them all, though. Women that is.
    Peepo
    7th Jun 2013
    9:48pm
    Glad to hear that Boof!!
    ginny
    10th Jun 2013
    8:42am
    I must say that the dressy wrap in all variations looks amazing on that young slim woman. I would like to see the same variations on a more mature and rounder curvier woman.

    22nd Jun 2013
    12:56pm
    I just have to make a comment. This site is for seniors...ie. those over 55 upwards.

    This dress would look ridiculous on most of us I would suggest. Saggy arms, wrinkly arms and neck.

    When young, you wore as little as possible these days I cover up more ;)
    aarceng
    2nd Jul 2013
    12:26pm
    Well said. You should be using age appropriate models.


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