Hooded figures, shape-shifting protagonists, and shrouded forms were never your idea of a good read. Unless they were starring in your wardrobe.
Because MadisonReed wrap tops speak volumes.
Local designer Lynn Goldstein crafts her amorphous, one-size, knit creations from supple cotton jersey for a drapey (never droopy) fit. Long-sleeve styles — in dusky, seasonal colors like burnt orange, chocolate brown, and gray — can go from hideaway hoodie (check the thumb holes in the extended sleeves) to dramatic and bunched-up cowl-neck, depending how much shoulder (or waist) you want to show off.
Reversible, sleeveless styles (available by special order) are made from bias-cut men’s shirting fabric with patterns like chambray blue and gingham or cream with camel pinstripes.
You’ll soon be a die-hard fan.
Available at Sabot, 45 Irby Avenue, West Buckhead (404-816-0077).