The Myri is a multi-way dress that can easily take you from daywear to dinner and even a trip to the beach. A myriad of looks can easily be achieved by simply raising the hemline, buttoning the sleeves, or changing the neckline.
This is the “classic” Myri dress with a bow at the front neckline and a belt tied at the waist. To create a cape at the back insert the narrow belt through the small holes at the waistline, pull it around your back and tie in the front.
Wear the Myri as a wrap dress by putting your arms through the armholes but instead of putting your head through the neckline, pull the front of the dress over your head so that it rests behind the neck across the shoulders. Wrap the dress across the body and secure by attaching one of the hemline loops to one of the waistline buttons and adding the belt.
Short with sleeves:
To wear the Myri knee length, secure the loops at the hemline to the hidden buttons on the inside of the dress at the waistline.
Create sleeves by attaching the loops at the back of the armhole across the upper arms to the buttons on the front of the armholes.
One shoulder with asymmetric hemline:
You can wear the dress one-shoulder by putting your head as well as an arm through one armhole and pulling tight the bow on the opposite shoulder. Adjust the length by buttoning one or more loops at the hemline to the buttons at the waistline. You can once again also add the belt to achieve different looks.
To create a classic V-neck look, simply take the loose ends of the bow behind your neck and tie it around the strap at the centre back opening. You can also create a V at the back by moving the fabric towards the sides away from the centre and securing the front straps around it. You can tie the belt at waistline or below the bust.
How the dress Works
The dress can transform by aid of buttons and loops, the tie at the neckline as well as the narrow belt provided with the dress.
When you look on the inside of the dress you will notice loops above the hemline and buttons at the waistline. The hemline can be adjusted by buttoning the loops to the waistline.
There are also buttons at the front of the armholes and loops at the back of the armholes. These can be buttoned across the upper arms to create sleeves.
There are 4 openings at the top of the dress. The ERRE label at the back indicates centre back. The loops and buttons indicate the armholes while the bow opens on centre front.