Is this one of your purchases from Paris? What a nice color and goes well with your grey knit!
convincingly Parisienne! That is such a warmly sophisticated and wearable pink -- I'm not a big fan of the equestrian Hermès scarves but in this colour, its subtle restraint has an appealing wit, especially in this fold that only hints at the full design.
I like it!
metscan - no, I actually purchased this one earlier this year from luxury-scarves.com . Thanks! mater - merci bien! It helps that the colors and designs are subtle. rita - thanks!
Hey, isn't it supposed to be back in the 100's this week? Enjoy your lovely fall Parisian wear while you can. Soon you will be in bikinis and pareos!;-)Love the pink and gray together.
I love pink and gray or pink and brown. This is such a soft lovely tie I'm retying the one I'm wearing right NOW!
A lovely soft look, very feminine.
Loves it. What a pretty color for Une Femme.
Love it! You look tres chic, in an 'Not trying too hard, I'm just naturally fabulous' way.
ah, it must be nice to have a neck that can have a scarf wrapped around it twice... my big problem with scarves -- my short squat neck, i love them, but they don't love me. i particularly like this style -- a nice alternative to a turtleneck!
LBR - Gah. Yes, it's supposed to warm up for several days this week. According to my weather.com we're looking at low-to-mid 80's. At least it cools down at night.Duchesse - thanks! Grey has become my favorite neutral.
Sue - thank you! I still feel like a novice at achieving these looks compared to les Parisiennes though.Miss Janey - merci. I'm a recent convert to pink.
madame suggia - that's a high compliment indeed, thanks so much!bonnie ann - actually I can't tolerate anything tight around my short neck; the scarf is actually wrapped quite loosely. You could probably to this or something similar.
Deja Pseu: Second day in a row I've tried this one and really like it. Always fun to have a new tie, thank you.
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