Ahh, the triangle top. Its been around since the beginning of time - its about time it got a fresh new look. We're loving the creativity we're seeing trend with new ways to tie your tops. With Resort season upon us, we're all looking for ways to elevate our vacation (or at-home heat wave) wardrobes.
Our classic triangle, The ANNISTON, comes in 4 colorways and can be tied 6 different ways. With countless combos, they'll literally never know you're an #OutfitRepeater. If you're into keeping it simple, these looks remain effortlessly chic with a little added spice and are super easy to achieve. Let's get to twisting & tying 💃
UPSIDE-DOWN FRONT TIE
Don't want the straps in the front? Try the same style with the chest strap tied behind your neck. The shoulder straps will still tie on your back. This style also provides excellent hold!
FRONT TIE BANDEAU
If you're looking for a minimalistic look with no tan lines, this is it. How To: Make sure your shoulder straps are un-looped from the chest strap. Tie the shoulder straps around your back. Cinch the chest strap into a loop with your desired cleavage showing. Make a bow at the top or bottom of the bandeau and viola!
This one can be done a few ways! Follow the steps for the bandeau above - making sure your strings are positioned to be tied at the top rather than the bottom of the center loop. From there, you can criss-cross your halter tie over your chest and secure at the neck, or your can make a secure knot on the chest before tying at the neck.