i love scarves.
if you’re a thrifter, you know that vintage scarves are abundant and inexpensive in the thrift stores.
here’s one i found recently, at a garage sale, for one dollar.
the fabric is very thin, it’s large, and it has an awesome print of horses and whatnot…definitely one of a kind.
i don’t know about you, but i’m totally diggin this scarf as a bolero/capelet/shawl thingy…
what do you think??
i mean, how often are you wearing a dress and you need something to keep your shoulders cozy, but a jacket is too bulky, a cardi is too long or casual, and that lace shawl is just too outdated and granny-like…
mmmmm hmmmm…me too!
so when i started messing around with the scarf and came up with this look…i thought it was fun and i had to share it with my stylish friends!
the only thing is…it may not look good with every dress, but try it out! let me know what you think!
i’ve provided a video to show you how i tied it.
sorry about the loud windy noise and the sirens! haha! i should have added music or something, but i’m just not that advanced.
also, i did have a funny one…complete with me chomping my gum like a maniac (i’m never chewing gum around people again), getting spooked because i thought my neighbor was creeping, the beeping of a large truck backing up, and me laughing at myself because i couldn’t get ahold of the scarf.
ahhh..i’m only human, what can i say?
thanks for tuning in.
vintage scarf – garage sale
dress – local boutique
wedges – vintage, etsy