Scarves. I wear them year-round. Summer time when it's 110 degrees with 100% humidity? No problem. I've got a scarf on. Because I'm always cold. And if my neck is warm then I'm happy. And the bigger, the better. I swear I need an extra closet just for my scarves.
Last summer, I lost one of my favorite scarves in Rhode Island. And I still lament the loss to this day. My poor sister had to hear me whine about it for days afterward. It was from the Gap and I'm pretty sure I got it for a song on clearance but STILL. I miss it. I haven't the foggiest idea what on earth happened to it, but it's gone. Poof. And I search eBay tirelessly looking for that same scarf with no luck. What was so great about that scarf? It was HUGE. Like, it could double as a neck brace huge. And that's what I dig. Late to the game finding out about Theodora & Callum scarves, but at least I showed up to the party. Maybe I didn't pay attention because they are kind of spendy. But let's be honest. If we break it down to cost per wear, it's a GREAT investment. As long as I don't lose it. (Don't you LOVE how I justify things?). Shopbop.com carries some of the styles. And we all know how I feel about Shopbop (freeshippingandreturnsandnosalestaxinillinoisWHAT!?!?!).
Absolutely loving this one:
And I can't be mad at this one either:
Loving this one as well:
Some people are shoe people. I'm a scarf person.