I recently watched a video on Facebook called “5 Types of Aunties” featured on the Cocoa Butter page (video is below) and my friends have compared me to “Bougie Auntie” when I wore this top on New Years. I thought that was pretty funny because I’m far from “bougie“, but the top does give a luxurious appeal.
When I’m looking to buy a shirt that flows and adds movement, it’s typically a viscose material. Some of the pieces I have in my closet are made of this material and I know that it wrinkles easily when I wear it throughout the day. Depending on the brand, you can tell if the material seems “cheaply”.
I went on faith when I bought this top on Zara.com and I didn’t know what the material “lyocell” felt like. Surprisingly, the material is thicker than viscose, soft to the touch, and adds less wrinkles when worn. This was an added bonus that I wasn’t expecting, especially, since it’s a flowy shirt. It’s not on the level as silk, but it does a good job to keep wrinkles out.
What I’m wearing: Zara Cream Flowing Shirt & White Sneakers, Sandro Paris Gray Denim Jeans