For about the past year or so, I've been going through a scarf phase. I don't even know if it's safe to call it a phase because I love them so much. I have them in pretty much every style imaginable (thrift stores, duh!)---snake print, leopard print, skulls, paisley, studded, sequined, fringed, silk, plaid, etc. And several months ago on one of my increasingly rare trips into an actual shopping mall, I found that Charlotte Russe had racks and racks and racks of amazing infinity scarves on sale for $5, which is a bargain in scarf-land. So I picked out a couple and brought them home. I loved them, but as the months have worn by and I've tried to wear them, they just didn't seem to lay right, and the more I look at them in the mirror, I felt like they made my neck look shorter (which makes me look shorter, and at 4'10, I don't need that). So the other night I was looking for something to wear and thinking that what I do really love and want to wear right now are shawls and kimonos. So I cut a couple of my infinity scarves up the seam, and turned them into amazing shawls. And now I plan to wear these all the time!
Don't forget to sign up for the Dress Lily jewelry giveaway and to stop by on Thursday for my 'Thursdays are for Thrifters' link up!
I'm happy to see you back blogging again! You look amazing! I can't wait for the Thursdays are for Thrifters link up again too! Welcome back!ReplyDelete
That shawl is fabulous! Also pertinent...you're making me want to pay a visit to Old Navy!!ReplyDelete
Such a great idea.ReplyDelete