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Sun Wrap UPF50+, Navy Peony

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With this Navy Peony sun wrap, you'll feel comfortable and elegant year-round, with this perfect sun protection solution.  Wear it ten ways and protect your skin from 98% of UV rays. 

Limited edition colour, Navy Peony colour.

Comfort, style and UPF50+ protection

- UPF50+. Blocks 98% of UV rays
- Can be worn 10 different ways.
- Made from recycled materials
- Feels luxuriously soft against your skin
- Doesn't crease (perfect for travelling!) 
- Can be dampened to keep you cool
- Designed in Australia, made in China by our manufacturing partner

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Sun Bella Sun Wraps are sun scarves, and so much more

Australian Designed + Owned

Local family business Perth, WA

UPF50+ Rating

Blocks 98% of UV Rays

92% Recycled Materials

92% recycled polyester, 8% Spandex

Versatile Wear

Ten different ways

Wrinkle Free Fabric

Perfect for travellers

A UPF50+ sun wrap that will fit you perfectly, guaranteed.

The small / medium wrap will be the one for you, if:
- you usually wear tops that are size 14 or under, AND
- you are under 180 cm tall

The medium /large size is best if you:
- usually wear tops that are size 16 or over, OR
- you are over 180cm tall

Still not convinced? Select the small sizes sun wrap.

And if you aren't happy when it arrives, don't worry. We have a 100% happiness guarantee and will arrange a size swap, without any hassles.

Will my sun wrap come with instructions?

Yes. All sun wraps come with a postcard sized set of instructions, plus you can always refer back to the instructional videos.  

Which size sun wrap should I purchase?

Small / Medium is best if you're size 6-14.   Click here to see what's available in small / medium now.

Medium / Large is best if you're size 16 or over.
If you're 180cm tall or over, please select the Medium / Large size, regardless of your size.

Click here to see what's available in medium / large now. 

Still not sure? Take the sizing quiz.

Which colour sun wrap should I purchase?

There are Sun Wraps to flatter everyone.  Certain hues and colours will pop more on your skin than others, depending on whether you have warm or cool undertones.

If you aren't sure which colours suit you best, take the skin tone to determine your type and figure out what colours match you best! 

Click here to take the skin tone quiz.

I have warm skin tones, which sun wraps will suit me?

The best colours for warm skin tones are on the warm end of the colour spectrum, with yellow hues. Earth tones are an excellent choice. The best colours for warm skin tones often include natural colours with like green and warm yellow, olive, warm coral and autumn orange.

Shop for warm toned and universal sun wraps here.

I have cool skin tones, which sun wraps will suit me?

The best colours for cool skin tones are on the cool end of the colour spectrum, with blue hues. The top colours to wear include deep purples, lavender, pink, ice blue and bright blues.

If you want to incorporate a warmer colour into your outfit, you can use pale yellows and warm corals.

More neutral colours that work include bright white and navy.

Shop for cool toned and universal sun wraps here.

I think I have neutral skin tones, what does that mean?

If you don't have a clear warm or cool skin tone, the clothing world is your oyster. Colours for both warm and cool skin tones will work great for you. Pulling from both sides of the colour spectrum, you have the widest variety in colour choices that will make you shine.

Avoid brown shades that make your clothes look like they're blending into your skin. As neutral skin tones are usually darker, brown clothes simply don't provide enough contrast.

Choose anything that makes you feel happy!

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I am buying for someone else, which wraps are "safe" options?

Certain hues and colours will pop more on your skin than others, depending on whether you have warm or cool undertones. Universal colours, however, suit everyone.

Shop for universal sun wraps here.

Does the sun wrap really block UV rays?

Our unique fabrics have been rated UPF50+ by the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Authority. 

Many other UPF50+ fabrics have horrible chemicals added to give them added sun blocking features.  Not only can these chemicals be bad for your skin, but they can also wear off.  

We do not use chemicals on our fabrics. We use a uniquely tight weave to achieve the highest UV protection possible, meaning that the fabrics can block 98% of UV rays. 


What fabric are the sun wraps made from?

92% recycled polyester, 8% spandex. This fabric is custom made for Sun Bella. It's a lightweight, tightly woven fabric, which is rated UPF50+ meaning that it protects your skin from up to 98% of UV rays.  


How do I wash my sun wrap?

The official advice from our fabric manufacturer is a gentle machine wash (<30°C), with mild detergent. Dry in shade. Do not iron, tumble-dry or dry-clean.

However, we've personally tested the wraps in hot and cold washing conditions, tumble-dried them and even ironed them (when they were scrunched up for a prolonged period), without causing any damage.

What if I choose the wrong sized sun wrap, or don't like the colour when it arrives?

No problems! Send us an email at hello@sunbella.com.au and we'll arrange a swap.

Is the sun wrap cool to wear? Does it "breath"?

Yes. The fabric is unique, as is the design of the wrap itself, which makes it beautiful and cool to wear. We've tested dozens of fabrics, including bamboos, and this one was the coolest by far.
Air can blow though the fabric, plus, when you wear it over a short sleeved top, air can flow around your arms.  It's much cooler than wearing a long sleeved top which traps the air against your skin.   
Plus you can dampen it on really hot days and it will keep you cooler than wearing nothing at all. 

Why doesn't my sun wrap have a seam along the edges?

When hemmed, the wraps don't "fall" anywhere near as nicely.  This style of fabric as it won't run and hemming it only adds unnecessary bulk.  

My sun wrap has a twist in the loop, why?

The twist in the loop is worn at the front and gives the scarf a unique look,  and makes it more versatile.  This clever little loop makes it possible for you to wear your wrap in several different ways. 

What are the dimensions of the sun wraps?

How do I remove sunscreen stains from my wrap?

Sunscreen stains are oily looking stains, either greasey in appearance or (more difficult stains) brown/orange in colour. Sunscreen stains generally occur if you leave large amounts of sunscreen on clothes for a period of time. If you wash your clothes immediately afterwards, most of the stains should be taken care of before they form. But if you leave them for a while, that’s when things can become difficult.Sunscreen is naturally oily, but the main culprit is a common chemical in sunscreen called avobenzone. When avobenzone mixes with minerals found in water, it can lead to yellowish and dark-brown marks. Remember to check the labels of your clothes and follow any special instructions for treating stains. Here are our tips to remove a sunscreen stain, the key is to use a laundry detergent that is designed to cut through oils and grease.

  1. Remove as much excess sunscreen from the affected area as you can.
  2. Blot it with a dry cloth
  3. Sprinkle either bi-carb soda or cornflour over the stained area to absorb excess oils.
  4. Wait around 30 minutes then brush off any excess powder and rub it with a strong laundry detergent (one that cost through oils and grease)
  5. Soak your clothing in hot water mixed with detergent for up to 30 minutes, then rinse it with clean hot water.
  6. After, launder it with the rest of your clothes.

Still stained? Some stains are particularly tricky, especially on white clothing.  If you have a stain on white clothing that just won't budge, try this:

  • After washing, hang your white clothes out in the sun and squirt the area with lemon juice. Lemon juice can intensify bleaching results, so this is good for stubborn stains

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    Beautiful fabric. Great item.

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    Great Sun Wrap

    I have a black one and decided to get the Ocean Rocks, and are great for covering my arms and neck wearing as a bolero. and a scarf in the cooler months

    Australia Australia

    Great Sun wrap

    As yet I haven’t used my wrap as still a bit cold in Victoria, but hoping as soon as the weather warms up, mainly to cover my arms and back. I might try it as a scarf during the winter, I have purchased the black one as well. Great friendly quick service as well. Thank you Love them

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