I love wrap clothing.  I always think wrap tops enhance a women's curves nicely, and has a bohemian, 70s vibe.   For my wrap styles, I used long skinny ties that be tied in the front or the back to accentuate the smallest part of your waist.

This shirt has a plunging V-neck and an opening on the side to slide the ties through.  If you are feeling more modest, a cami would be nice underneath.  I find the two layers of fabric that cover the midsection to be slimming.  This is a new color way that I'm excited about: Coral, and is sewn from my fair-trade, organic cotton jersey.

When I began experimenting with wrap styles, I knew I wanted to try a casual weekend cardigan in my organic cotton french terry.  French terry is such a neat fabric because the wrong side has lots of tiny loops, almost like a towel.  To show how cool the underside, I added a hood to this cardigan.

Again long, skinny ties that can be tied in the front or the back.  All edges are serged on this cardigan to keep with the sporty look, and is hand dyed in my Gold color way.

My last style is a long, A-line wrap dress.  I think of A-line dresses as being flattering on nearly everyone, and combined with a wrap style, it is a forgiving, chic dress that looks great on all.  Like my wrap top, this is sewn out of organic cotton jersey and is shown hand-dyed in my Blue Sea color way.

I'm not done experimenting with wrap styles yet!  I have plans for a few summer dresses that will have a straighter silhouette.  Until then, find all these styles at www.oneroomfibers.etsy.com.