You can indeed! Don't you love how scarves can make peace among otherwise warring garments?
Very cute comment from Sal...scarves as fashions diplomats.
I like the somewhat rough bangle avec.
I really like that colour... and it is surprisingly versatile--Pucci (or at least the now departed Matthew Williamson) has been teaming it up with navy, raspberry, burgundy-brown, teal, to great effect.Looks great on you!
Love! All of it, Miss Pseu.
Wow, can you ever. Yet another talent!
I like! Very much.
With your personality, Pseu, you could never achieve "dadame"-- sorry!I love the jauntiness of that scarf, tied precisely that way.
Your picture shows once again, that a nice scarf can be just as nice as a necklace.
I adore your blog & yes that scarf is le' magnifique! I love a great outfit with a smashing scarf. Hope you went out on the town looking so good?Cheers ~ deb
I was just thinking how great you look in that color as I saw the photo, then I read your comment; hah! Brilliant!
Sal - thanks, and yes, that's one of the best things about scarves!Belle - Fashion Diplomats...love it!LPC - thank you. It's a Talbot's piece.Katriona - Pucci does some great (and unexpected) color combos that somehow seem to work. I've found this to be a very versatile color. I love it with turquoise too.
Miss Janey - thanks so much!Duchesse - probably not a talent so much as genetic inheritance and dumb luck, but thank you! ;-)Marieanne - thank you.materfamilias - thanks for your reassurance. I think wearing silk scarves off-center helps to overcome an otherwise stodgy effect. metscan - thank you! I tend to think of them as fabric necklaces.
Deb - thanks so much! I actually wore this ensemble to work, so it did "go public."enc - thank you. It would be fun to take a poll of what colors are supposed to be "unwearable" that look good some of us...hmm, that gives me an idea.
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