• Convertible clothing

Vietto convertible clothing are a line of garments made of Finnish made fabrics that are very versatile to use. There are poppers in the clothing that can be attached in many different ways to get tens of different looks. Here you can find some tips for wearing the convertible pieces to get started. Remember that there are no wrong ways of wearing the garments, you’re welcome to invent your own styles!

Vietto Popper cardigan has poppers on the neckline, under arm, and the matching poppers on the lapel ends for closure. You may attach the poppers many different ways. There’s also thin ribbon inside the cardigan to tighten the cardi and make it fit nicely on the back.

Other lapel has been attached to the under arm inside, other lapel’s been attached to the neckline. The ribbon has been tightened, so the cardi fits nicely on the waist.

You can close the cardigan asymmetrically, in the picture the other lapel’s been attached to the under arm popper inside the cardigan. Other picture shows how the cardigan looks when the ribbon’s been tightened.    

Vietto convertible dress has an asymmetric cut. Dress has poppers on the neckline, under arm, asymmetricly on waist, on the lapel ends and on the middle of the hem to form drapes and gorgeous shapes. Variations are endless!  

 Take the frontside lapel, twist it and attach the corner popper to the opposite side waist popper. Then you can attach the backside lapel behind your back to the under arm popper on the opposite side. You can also leave it unattached and hang freely.  

You can also wear the dress with drape on the backside, just attach the backside lapel to the opposite side under arm popper or to the waist popper. Then the frontside looks quite sleek and simple.  

The Long Popper tunic with hem hanging freely. Vietto long convertible tunic has the same kind of asymmetric cut as the shorter tunic. Long tunic has poppers on the neckline, under arm, on the lapel ends and one extra popper on the frontside hem to form drapes and gorgeous shapes. Variations are endless!  

Take the frontside lapel, twist it and attach the corner popper to the opposite side neckline popper. Then you can attach the other popper on the edge of the hem under arm to keep it on place. You can also leave it unattached and hang freely.

You can also wear the long tunic with drape on the backside, just attach the backside lapel to the opposite side neckline popper or to the under arm popper. Then the frontside looks quite sleek and simple. 

Vietto convertible tunic has an free flowing, asymmetric cut. Tunic has poppers on the neckline, underarm, on the lapel ends and one extra popper on the front side hem to form drapes and gorgeous shapes. Variations are endless!    

Take the frontside lapel, twist it and attach the corner popper to the opposite side neckline popper. Then you can attach the other popper on the edge of the hem under arm to keep it on place. You can also leave it unattached and hang freely.  

Attach the frontside lapel to the same side neckline popper. You can also attach the backline popper under arm (or both of them under arm) so you get voluminous shirt without asymmetric look.  

The Vietto Popper skirt is very versatile garment, it can be wear tens of different ways, also as a top. There are no wrong ways of wearing the skirt, just feel free to try anything out. Here are some tips to get started! For following these tips, wear the Popper skirt the lapels with two poppers in the front. If you look closely you can notice it in the picture above.
 

The Popper skirt with hem hanging freely.

Pick the lefthand front lapel, twist it and attach to the waist on the opposite side. Then attach the lefthand backside lapel to the waist on the same side.    

Attach the frontside and the backside lapels together. Attach the middle hem popper to the waist. Then take the double lapel, twist it and attach to the waist on the free spot. Repeat on the other side.  

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