Thursday, October 1, 2015

Scarf Love

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls... it's that time of year again.... SCARF WEATHER. And the crowd goes wild. If hearing all about scarves isn't you jam (what's wrong with you?!?), then today's post isn't going to do a thing for you. But for the other 99.8% of the world's population please keep on reading.
top left: I got this scarf from Old Navy in the Spring for Easter and it was too warm for a scarf so it didn't get the love it so rightfully deserves. It's the perfect mix of girly and me. I love the floral mixed with the navy stripes. I don't wear lot of floral or pastel so this is my go to scarf when I want to add a feminine touch to my outfit.

bottom left: This is a hand scarf made for me by #FavAuntKissten. While I would love to be able to make more like this - big, comfy and uber soft - I totally lack all skill in working with yarn so I will continue to have Kristen work her magic for me. I'm thinking a gray would be perfect ... hint hint.

top right: This is my first and only blanket scarf. And while I can't quite figure out how to wear it correctly, this is one scarf I wear more often than any others. I picked it up from Target while still living in Texas last year and I wish I could have bought one in every pattern because it's that warm and cozy.

bottom right: The first blogger I ever connected with on a personal level was Danielle. While she has since moved on from blogging, she and I are still the best of friends. She sent me this crocheted scarf for my birthday in 2013. It's soft, stretchy and perfect for when the weather has just a bit of a chill in the air.

My scarf love language is as follows: I love infinity scarves best. The longer the better because I don't like when things are tight around my neck. Homemade is the way to go. I enjoy having something that is one of a kind. I would wear scarves year around if I was able to.

If you are like me and can't get enough of "scarf weather" be sure to join Liz and company for this Fall's scarf exchange. All the details can be found here in Liz's announcement post.

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