I like it! Also would like to see a print scarf with the leopard jacket, that could be very nice.
I really like this color and print combination. Well done.
Clear and bright against the leopard. Looks good!
Just watched How to Steal a Million with Audrey Hepburn. Made me think of your site.
You're ringing the changes on the teal/blue/green with leopard. It looks great.
Turquoise does this magical retro thing with leopard. Same with hot pink. I bought a cheetah print box pleat skirt last spring, and it does take a gutsy day to wear it but it's such a blast with these colours. Hotcha, Pseu!
Ooh! What a striking combination!
Love the volume in that scarf!
Rita - what I really need to do that is a scarf with a larger print, and most of mine are smaller. But it's definitely something to try.Stephanie H. - thank you!Sue - thanks!
Miss Janey - thanks!Thom - wow, that's high praise indeed. Thank you!Frugal Scholar - thanks! (In the interest of frugality, you might be interested to know this scarf came from Pier 1. I didn't even know they carried scarves until someone gave me this one.)
Duchesse - I'm a bit chicken for the hot pink, but I'll bet it would look great.Marsi - thank you!Karen - thanks! I'm enjoying this cooler weather which allows me to wear my more substantial scarves.
Love that combination!
Materfamilias - thanks! I'm really warming up to this color.
Love that combination. Turquoise and leopard is somehow incredibly stylish
love that scarf colour with your leopard!
You know, I got a scarf at Pier 1 two years ago--I was chicken and so got black. I went back this year to see if they had gotten them again, but didn't see them. They had some fabulous colors and I wish I had gotten them all. Is it heresy to say that the rayon one doesn't look all that different from the cashmere one I have? And the rayon feels good too--though, of course, in a different way.
Mardel - thank you! Imogen - thanks! It was you who provided the inspiration.gp - merci bien!Frugal - yes, the rayon has a differen "heft" than cashmere or wool and drapes differently. But it is very light and soft!
Great look...Now are you ready to pattern mix like Karen is doing?
Belle - in good time, ma chere, in good time. ;-)
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