I love it! Frilly but casual---a rare combination. I think you are on to something!
Love it; I've seen other ruffly scarves, they're so soft and pretty.
I just love ruffled scarves. So feminine :)
Love this! So soft, and very flattering to the face.
I am a real scarf lover so this really appeals to me...love it, xv.
OK, this is really fun. You learned a "word" chez moi today, da-dame (yes, frumpy, old lady), now you have to tell me from chez toi, what is an "infinity" scarf.Does it mean in your hands it can be tied in an infinite number of ways? Probably.Whatever your answer, it's very pretty.
Bonjour femme d'un certain age, j'aime le blog! And the scarf which is tres chic.
Katriona - thanks! I think this is my favorite way to wear this particular scarf so far.materfamilias - thank you!Duchesse - I'm really liking this ruffle trend right now, feminine but not too fussy.
Sher - me too!Sue - thanks! This is really a great color that I think would look good on just about anyone.Vicki Archer - merci bien!
Very feminine and yet not fussy. Lovely. And the colour is great!
tishjett- an "infinity scarf" is a long loop scarf. Here's a link to one:http://tinyurl.com/yfk4ulh
That's Not My Age - thank you very much!LBR - Thanks! I think you'd look fabulous in this color.
Ann Taylor is really rocking it this year...I shopping there again.This scarf looks great, except that I would sort of love to see a vintage brooch on the knot in this scarf.
Lovely, Miss Pseu!
Pretty pretty ... love that shade of pink.
Gorgeous - I have a lilac scarf that's ruffley like that - I'll have to tie it like that (next winter mind, bit hot here today!)
Belle - thanks! And you're right; I'll try adding a brooch next time.Miss Janey - merci beaucoup!Tiffany - thank you! I love this shade too.Imogen - Yes, definitely not a summer option. ;-)
That ruffle scarf in that color suits you so well!
Homemade...are you going to show us how? I went to the link you gave Tish. Looks almost like an add-on cowl neckline. I could see this as a way to put some colour between ones face and black apparel...duh, what scarves are often used to do, right?
So pretty! That mauve-y, ashes of roses color really suits redheads!If you're a knitter, you really can "home-make" one of these. Just search the Ravelry or Knitty pattern archives for a "Moebius scarf." They're dead easy, and a fun way for novice knitters to play with pattern stitches. (Also an affordable use of the hand-harvested, hand-spun, hand-painted, luxury fiber yarn that I'm always lusting after!)
Ma chère femme, you need this Guardian article: The Hermès scarf: hip to be square - http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/nov/21/hermes-scarf-fashion-iconGallery of scarves: http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/gallery/2009/nov/21/fashion-design
metscan - thank you! I'm finding this color also works with a lot of my clothing.Shelley - I'll show a how-to on this one next week. It's easy-peasy!Rubiatonta - thanks! Now that I know this color works for me, I'll be on the lookout for it in other garments. I don't knit (yet) but I'll take your word for it!lagatta - great links, thanks! I have one of the "wearable art" designs (tiger) but in a different colorway.
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