3/19/13

THE HYBRID SCARF

BY POSH'MINA
I'm always trying to find new innovative ways to wear a scarf and with Spring coming in it was perfect timing that the Posh'mina got introduced into my wardrobe. While scarfs have traditionally been worn around the neck for extra layers of warmth throughout fall and winter, the Posh'mina is versatile enough to be incorporated into your wardrobe all year long. The slotted sleeves in particular make it especially convenient to wear as a wrap or cardigan if desired. Although I'm not attending Coachella this year, Coachella would have served to be the perfect occasion to wear a hybrid scarf. Tip for all you Coachella go'ers this year. ;) 



Scarf courtesy of Posh'mina, Alternative Apparel tank, American Apparel shorts, Aldo booties (old form 2009), Brandy Melville necklace & ring

24 comments:

  1. Very nice!!!!! You are so pretty!


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  2. Love this outfit!!! and your blog :)
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  3. Lovely scarf :)
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  4. So gorgeous and you are right, perfect for music festivals!
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  8. That's pretty cool, must be perfect for a breezy day.

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  9. What a cool scarf! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Beautiful photos and nice outfit! Love the ring :)

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