Twice as Nice: wrap tops from Drizzle and Shine

My favourite little dress shop!

These pretty tops are from my daughter’s eco-boutique in Seattle. Paired with skirts or pants, I love that they are as comfortable as a T-shirt but look so much more stylish. I love the wrap style and 3/4 length sleeves and I’m glad I bought two: one in charcoal and one in light maroon.

Three Dots, the luxury of comfort and beauty of style. Made in USA.

Willow trees are one of the last to lose their leaves in the fall and bring to mind this sad love song from 1964 sung by Chad and Jeremy (remember them?) written in 1932 by Ann Ronell.

Here’s a jazzy version by Sarah Vaughan 1957

About carmen

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16 Responses to Twice as Nice: wrap tops from Drizzle and Shine

  1. Amy Johnson says:

    Such pretty wrap tops and I love how you styled them.

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  2. purpleslob says:

    Wrap tops are so flattering. And made in the USA- yay! ❤

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  3. Gemma says:

    These tops look lovely! Both colours are great!
    Gemma
    http://www.jacquardflower.uk

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  4. These wrap tops look very cute on you Carmen . I love the sleeve length . They can be worn throughout the winter which will be nice under a warm jacket. The willow trees are a nice backdrop for your photos. Happy Friday, Terri xoxo.

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  5. utesmile says:

    The Wrap tops look lovely Carmen, definitely more stylish than just s t-shirt. Like the colours too! Willow Trees look always beautiful as a backdrop and I can see the sun was out too. Enjoy while it lasts! 🙂

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