Editor's Notes: We want volume! This convertible organic cotton bolero by Barbara Speer is a sly little garment; the front portion can be worn like scarf around the neck, or also as a hood, should a summer breeze come up. Ingenious press studs let you decide how wide you want to wear it. When it comes to the rest of your outfit, feel free to go for sleek basics, you would not want to steal the show from your styling wonder!
Details: Longer front portion can be worn behind the neck or as hood; long sleeved; two press studs at the back to adjust the fit; rolled hem and sleeve ends; fine yarn made of 100% organic cotton.
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