One Scarf Worn Two Ways!


In general, I’m a bit too accessory obsessed, and specifically, there’s just something entrancing about scarves…it’s almost like they’re hugging you or something (is that pathetic?).  Hands-down my favorite brand of scarves right now is Theodora & Callum. A friend introduced me to the brand a year or two ago, and I was immediately impressed. Full disclosure, they are a little pricier, but the quality and appeal of the brand’s scarves make them worth the indulgence. Not to mention the fact that they’re SO multi-use (I promise) – they’re  great for an island getaway, some sun-shelter in the desert, a quick trip to Target or even the cold of winter Italy!

The fashion-forward vibe of the prints and the obvious attention to detail when it comes to the style-level of T&C’s scarves is simply fantastic. Apparently the designers get their inspiration for prints from trekking across the globe. Plus, have I mentioned that they are HUGE? I might have used these scarves as a blanket on a plane more than once…Which leads me to my next point. Because of the size of this brand’s scarves and the great, light-weight materials used in their craftsmanship, they can be worn so many different ways. See below and let me know if you want me to do a how-to video!

Tie a little loop on each side and wear your scarf as a cape at the beach or by the pool (or a light house -haha).


If you want a more covered-up look, try the cape look, but tie it in the center to grab lunch or walk around town.  I think this would look great with a belt, too.



Keep it traditional and tie the scarf around your neck to stay warm and look fabulous.

Also doubles a blanket/towel!

Comments: 4

4 Responses to “One Scarf Worn Two Ways!”

  1. chrisMusic88 says:

    Oh really so cool a dress a scarf and more all in once.. Ah I would love this outfit.
    Btw the pics are gorgeous You’re both Lovelies 😉

  2. Prince Shobi says:

    impressive and artistic 😛

  3. Joslyn says:

    thank you! oxox

  4. Joslyn says:

    Gotta love stuff like this – for trips you have to pack so much less!

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