Monday, August 08, 2011

Maximize your ROI: A scarf

scarf - Etro
Crewneck – Dries van Noten , Turtleneck– Diane von Furstenberg, Cardigan – Miss Selfridge, 
Jeans – Miss Selfridge, Corduroy pants – Masscob, Trousers - Carven

Cardigan – 3.1 Phillip Lim, Shirtdress – Dorothy Perkins, Silk blouse – See by Chloe, Silk skirt – Bruce II
Jersey skirt – Pringle of Scotland

Sweater dress – Crumpet, Cardigan – Max Mara, Twinset – Iris von Arnim, Jeans – J. Brand, Leather skirt - Kookai

Motorcycle jacket – 3.1 Phillip Lim, Trench - Episode, Wool coat – Dorothy Perkins

4 comments:

  1. Wow, now you have given me all sorts of wonderful thoughts for a fall/winter wardrobe with colours and styles that work for me. Are you able to give us the websites where you find your scarves? I think scarves would be great to buy online because there are no size issues.

    Deb, a Canadian

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  2. The scarf pictured is from stylebop.com. Etro are available from a handful of department stores too. I have one that I bought when I got married, and although I haven't worn it for a couple of years, I would NEVER give it up. (well, maybe to pay the rent)

    Hermes scarves are of course available from the Hermes website, I have a couple for sale here, there are a couple of excellent websites that sell them (it's all goode, desigersilkscarf, luxury-scarves.com are all good places). If you want to bid on one on ebay, let me know first so I can let you know if it's counterfeit.

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  3. One of my Hermes scarves is multi-colored and I wear it A LOT during fall/winter/spring--LOVE IT! I find I am not wearing scarves at all during the summer...not even in my hair. Looking forward to cooler temps. xxBliss

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  4. I have a multi-colored Etro scarf that is blue/turquoise based. It goes with everything, and it is one of my staples that is packed whenever I travel. It brightens up pale neutrals, stands out against black, and looks upscale and tropical against white. The pattern is classic, edgy and contemporary. An Etro scarf should never be purged from your closet unless it is a fiscal emergency!

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