FOR THE FINAL LOOK OF The Scarf Project series, I am sharing with you how to incorporate a scarf in your daily outfits without having to wear it around your neck.
FOR THE FORTH LOOK OF The Scarf Project, I am bringing to you the “scarf collar”, one of my favorite ways to style small rectangular scarfs in the colder months. It’s a simple styling trick that works best with round-collar sweaters, and that elevates your look without you even trying.
THE ONLY THING THAT I hate about autumn is the bipolarity. The mornings threaten to turn you into a popsicle whereas the afternoons threaten to melt you. Add to that inconsistency the frustration of busy mornings and top it off with the “I don’t have what to wear” dilemma, and you can officially say
I LOVE SCARFS SO MUCH that sometimes instead of wearing them as an accessory, I like making them the center piece. I do so either because I admire the scarf print so much I believe it deserves nothing but full attention, or
SPARKLING CHANDELIERS HANDING GRACEFULLY FROM tall white ceilings. Dark hardwood floors supporting white marble tables, buttoned sofas, and upholstered chairs in a pickled bluewood color*. Wrapped colorful sweet goodness displayed on mentioned marble tabletops - from macaroons and cookies to cakes and cupcakes. And ice cream. Oh, and did I miss it?