This absolutely charming and intelligent book has no text, so it’s appropriate for any child (and a lot of adults!) anywhere in the world… What a brilliant inspiration!
I was thinking about looking at shoes, to try to isolate the defining DNA of each scarf.
I love this scarf; I’m drawn the the silvery shadows, the cool hidden nooks and cranny of the image, and the overwhelmingly or, leafy and primitive feeling it gives me. So it was only logical that I would look for leaves, flowers, and animals!
Two things really jump out at me from this scarf – the angular nature of the image, and the really strong moss green, which is an unusual pairing with the other shades of blue and green. The woman who embraces and really wears this scarf to its best advantage is going to be someone who loves all shades of green, and who loves a good geometric!
This scarf requires whimsy – an ability to laugh at the world, and to enjoy the playfulness of life. And it doesn’t hurt if you can warmly embrace this strong golden yellow!
This is another scarf with strong angular elements, but also a real softness and silvery tone in the colors. If someone chose this scarf, it would open up a world of blue tones to be added to their wardrobe! And a lot of soft brushed silver…
So which scarf would you choose? I think I’d choose the first one… I think…