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Cocoa Butter Flow

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Minimal Mens Fashion in Miami, Minimal, Miami Street Style
Minimal Mens Fashion in Miami, Minimal, Miami Street Style
Minimal Mens Fashion in Miami, Minimal, Miami Street Style
Minimal Mens Fashion in Miami, Minimal, Miami Street Style
Minimal Mens Fashion in Miami, Minimal, Miami Street Style
Minimal Mens Fashion in Miami, Minimal, Miami Street Style

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

 

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