That’s a wrap

LOOKING regal in a caftan; at left, the perfect beach cover-up

LOOKING regal in a caftan; at left, the perfect beach cover-up

Every woman can relate to this scene: opening her closet and feeling like she has nothing to wear.

For days when a woman’s wardrobe seems bland and uninspiring, artist and pole dancing fitness pioneer Ed  Aniel created FabWrap.

It is a versatile accessory that, with a little imagination, becomes whatever a woman wants it to be: a sultry top, a comfy dress, an elegant kaftan, casual beach wear, or a chic evening ensemble.

FabWrap is  easy to use. Simply drape it over any top or dress, tie it creatively around the waist, or  use it as very stylish shawl to transform the outfit in an instant.

There’s a FabWrap booth at the Yuletide Yummies Holiday Bazaar at Rockwell Tent, Rockwell Center, Makati City, on Dec. 20 and 21, showing the different colors available and the many ways to wear them.

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