It is, in fact, more beautiful in person than it is in the photographs! The size is the same as Hermes scarves – 90cm square (just about a square yard). And the fabric is soft and light without being flimsy; for those of you who find Hermes to be too “crispy” and heavy, definitely look at these. I’m so happy…
For purposes of illustration, here are a very few black garments, and the always essential black flat shoes:
Ahhh, this comes together nicely, and looks very comfortable for me:
I could wear this, happily:
I guess the real lesson here is to look deeper, and consider options that aren’t immediately apparent. If you’re committed to a few accent colors, you can invest in some lovely accessories (many of which aren’t really that expensive, and which will last a long time) and there will always be some way to wear them.
What stunning options. I suppose one could also have a base colour of soft brown or white but I can't see them having the same dramatic flair as the black provides. Hmmmm
Congrats on your new scarf, she's a beauty!
I am glad you went for the aqua and the teal, as those were the colors my eye sought out.
Have fun with it! =)
Janice Riggs says
I love how you say your eyes "sought out" certain colors! I think it's important that we're very aware of what our eyes are seeking, because that must mean something about our deepest preferences. Something to ponder…
big Thursday hug,
Madame Là-bas says
Back to my own closet I go! I already have a lovely black purse with a touch of pink. I could "pull" the pink out of a scarf and wear it with black pants and merino v-neck sweater. I am determined to wear what I already own for the rest of this year. Your blog provides me with so many possibilities. Your scarf will be so versatile. I visited the Kathkath site. Such lovely colours. Next year!
Congratulations on a beautiful scarf. I love the versatility of it – I could easily wear any of the combinations. I would probably wear the pink and aqua in warmer weather and the red and teal in colder weather.
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Deb from Vancouver
Those are Dr. Scholl's?! I may have to have another look at their brand, I would have never guessed they produced those shoes.
And as a person with green eyes, you've inspired a lust for a piece that initially I thought wouldn't work for me. But there is that sprig of teal, and pink to make it work for me… but I can't act on it! I'm on a no-buy spree right now, I have several trips coming up and I'm saving my pennies for those experiences! Next week I'll be having a 6 hour layover in Chicago (but with those pesky travel/check in times I'm anticipating having a much shorter time to really explore) and am plotting a trip to the Art Institute.
Deborah Montgomery says
What a beautiful scarf! And so many possibilities . . . Of course, my favorite is the pink. I always love the accessories you choose.
Fab scarf and fab colors; love the teal and the pink :-)
What a lovely scarf! I'm constantly amazed that companies don't bombard you with freebies to blog about. By now you should have one of everything Land's End and Uniqlo have to offer!
I'm drawn toward the aqua and teal combos myself, though the pink is very cute.
One scarf, five stable pieces of clothing accessorized four amazing ways. Doesn't get any better than that. Well with Janice, I'm sure it will. Great post. Carol S
I love that scarf and would have purchased the long verison but they have sold out. I don't wear large silk squares. I did purchased the long verison of the silver chains scarf and it is fabulous.
Also love the style of the red crossbody.
Kathryn Pledger says
Hi, So glad you love the chains; that scarf will never go out of fashion.
We will be printing more of the long marble scarf later this year along with a new collection of designs. Sign up to our newsletter and social media to keep in touch. K&K
Lovely scarf! As usual, your accessories are flawless!
Kathryn Pledger says
Thank you so much for discovering & supporting our small brand on your blog and for introducing us to your wonderful readers. We really do love what you do with our scarves.
Kathryn & Kathy from kathkath.com