The Bina: Wrap, Snap, and Style

By Wednesday, November 21, 2012 18 , , Permalink 0

I always love finding new and innovative things that make life easier and better. It is even better when said innovations are fun and an extension of who I am. There is this joke in the family where things are labeled as “Sofia’s _________” (i.e., Sofia’s earrings, Sofia’s shoes). These things show who I am, and fit my personality.

Recently I came upon The Bina a great fashion innovation that every single woman needs. 


What is The Bina?

The Bina: wrap, snap, style

The Bina is a rectangular piece of fabric that can be used in so many different ways. When I showed The Bina I received to review (yei!) I had to show it to my husband and he immediately said: “Hey, it is like that thingy in The Lorax!”. And I couldn’t have said it any better!! The Bina is the real life Thneed!!

I’m being quite useful.  This thing is a Thneed.
A Thneed’s a Fine-Something-That-All-People-Need!
It’s a shirt.  It’s a sock.  It’s a glove.  It’s a hat.
But it has OTHER uses.  Yes, far beyond that.
You can use it for carpets.  For pillows!  For sheets!
Or curtains!  Or covers for bicycle seats!” *

With The Bina you can create many looks with just one piece!! Wear it as a scarf, cardigan, poncho, back wrap, front wrap, poncho, blouse, stole, turtleneck, tunic, and even a headscarf!! And if you apply yourself, you could even make it work for socks, curtains, and pillow, just like a Thneed!


The Bina: My Favorite Looks

I tried to replicate every single look you can create with The Bina but not all of them looked good on me. The model rocks every look, but me, not so much! I still had fun, though!



The Bina: ScarfThe Bina: Scarf

It is no secret that I love scarves, so it is no surprise that my top favorite way to wear The Bina is like a scarf!!

Even though the Bina is a tiny tad see through I was surprised to find it to be warm when wrapped around the neck.

Just like any other scarf, the Bina can be wrapped in so many ways. You can go with a simple look or a knot.


The Bina: Scarf

Step by Step instructions
How to video



The Bina: Cardigan

The cardigan is simple and casual. It can be worn open, as is, or with a belt. See, the Bina, one simple way to wear resulting in two different looks!!

The cardigan would be also great during summer with a cute tank top and shorts. And for the winter days a long sleeve shirt under The Bina will look great too!!

Simple, casual, and versatile! Yeah!


The Bina: Cardigan with BeltThe Bina: Cardigan with Belt

Step by Step instructions
How to video



The Bina: Poncho

I love ponchos!! I grew up wearing cute white ponchos knitted by my late grandma. I think I still have one somewhere (and no one to wear it). Ponchos are close to my heart.

The Bina can be worn as a poncho in a few different ways. And each poncho style is just as awesome as the one before.

What makes ponchos so cool is that can be worn when lounging at home drinking a hot cocoa while watching a movie, or it can be worn on a night out in the town! Ponchos are easy to take from day to night.

Step by Step instructions
How to video



The Bina: Tutleneck

This turtleneck would be great worn during the spring on top of a cute tank top! It keeps you warm enough that you won’t need to wear a sweater.

What I like the most from this look is how simple it is to recreate and how comfortable it is. It is a smaller version of the cardigan but with a great looking back!!


The Bina: Tutleneck

Step by Step instructions
How to video


All in all the Bina is a must have! It is fun, innovative, comfortable, high quality, unique, simple, and flattering!! Even if you are pregnant, you will look amazing in a Bina!! I am pretty sure you can even use the Bina as a breastfeeding cover.

So, make sure to add The Bina to your Christmas list! Of course, you can always give it away to the fashionista in your life!!


– GET IT –

Find The Bina ($42.50) online.
The Bina comes in a vast array of colors:
two different shades of pink, blue, purple, red, grey, white, and black.

Find step by step instructions as well as how to videos to recreate every Bina look!!


Follow The Bina on Facebook and on their blog!

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Disclosure: This was not a paid post. The opinions stated are my own and were in no way influenced by the Hosting Company who graciously provided the product for me to review.
* Excerpt taken off The Lorax, by Dr. Seuss


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  • Sam
    November 21, 2012

    Wow so many ways to wear it! I bet my wife would love one of these for Christmas.

  • Jessica Barnett
    November 21, 2012

    I am so amused with this! I LOVE IT! and wish i had thought of it first!!!! I think it is great that there is a How TO video also…otherwise I;d be a tangled mess! Thanks for turning me on to the Bina!

  • Kelly R.
    November 21, 2012

    I really like the cardigan style. Very versatile garment!

  • Alisha Kostiuk
    November 21, 2012

    I would like one of these in every color.

  • Melissa S.O.S. Mom
    November 21, 2012

    really cool all the different styles you can create with the Bina! I love it. I have seen items in the past before that offers multiple styles but this one is really going the extra mile! WOW!

  • julieann r
    November 21, 2012

    Wow….I really like that….so many uses and very beautiful.

  • Elizabeth Owens
    November 21, 2012

    Wow! This is awesome. I just love the flexibility of this piece. This seems like a must have

  • JDaniel4's Mom
    November 21, 2012

    This is so cool! I love its color too.

  • Alaina Bullock
    November 21, 2012

    How unique, and what a wonderful idea! I love all of the different looks you can get out of this piece! My favorite is the cardigan style! Thanks for sharing!

  • Maggie C
    November 21, 2012

    You make an awesome model 😉 Love this versatile piece, and for that price too!

  • Cheryl
    November 21, 2012

    Wow – that’s so pretty! I don’t know if I’d be talented enough to make so many designs with it. You make it look easy. 🙂

  • Kristen
    November 21, 2012

    That is amazing what you can do with that one piece

  • Amanda
    November 21, 2012

    Wow that is super neat!


  • mel
    November 21, 2012

    That wrap looks gorgeous on you!!! You can do so much with it!

  • Krystle(Baking Beauty)
    November 21, 2012

    What a cool item! I love all the looks you came up with, but especially the scarf!

  • LT
    November 23, 2012

    Wow! I love the different styles!

  • Judith B.
    November 24, 2012

    What a great thing to toss in a bag for travel.

  • Jenn
    November 24, 2012

    These are so freaking cute!! I love the blue one