I first saw two scarves being worn together on Laura Wears(here,here, and here) and decided to personalize it. Since I’ve been trying to decrease the cost of wear on my items, I decided to pair my silk/lighter scarves with my heavier, warmer scarves together. The latter scarves that I have tend to be in solid colors, thus clashing of prints is less likely to happen. It’s a win-win situation as I still get to wear my prettier scarves during colder weather and still be warm. For this outfit, I paired my silk batik scarf with a pashmina scarf. I picked the batik motif to match the floral print on my dress, thus double scarves, double floral!
Dress: Banana Republic Factory Outlet F/W 2009 (similar and seen here)
Now I may not be a domestic goddess (and I highly doubt I will ever become one!) but seeing these pretty and fun aprons make me want to cook and bake, just like a Stepford wife! Well, you know just like Bree Van de Kamp in Desperate Housewives? Oh, and so 50s too!
Don’t they make you want to cook and bake just so you can wear the apron? Well, of course you can still wear the apron and be a “poser” and not cook and bake but er, you know it would be better if you do! Heh. At less than $30 and some of them even less than $20, you can now cook and bake happily in style in these pretty and fun aprons!
The seller Boojiboo also sells coasters and tea towels made out of similar pretty and fun prints on the fabric. I think these would make nice gifts for housewarming parties, Thanksgiving and of course, Xmas! Happy shopping!
*Kindly take note that I do not benefit from promoting this seller. I just happened to like the pretty things she has in store.*
On a separate note, here’s my outfit for the day:
Top: Ralph Lauren (outlet find!)
Scarf: Thrifted from London as posted here
Jeans: Miss Selfidge (gift from Miss Faux-Fashionista!)
Shoes: Banana Republic (Ebay find!)
Bracelet: Glass beaded necklace from Uganda as posted here
Bag: Marc Jacobs Little Stam in Milk