I happen to get some inspiring ideas from other blogs about colour combinations
or how to style clothes
And so, today I want to share a way to wear a long scarf
( which a shop assistant taught me )
In the case you need an extra idea!
To make it clear I sketched how to tie...
Underneath the scarf ( so expertly tied! ), I wore my last made-by-myself necklace
Which I prepared out of spring colours beads.
On Sunday I visited a monastery and shrine in Pianezza.
It is not an ancient buildings but was built on the ruins of the previous one
which was built in 1647.
I thought the place would have been a good background.
It was a clear day, with mild temperatures.
And, talking about mild temperatures,
It's time for socks here ... I have already taken mine out!
What a stylish statement you make with this outfit Dan, and you are right about the location being a great backdrop for a photoshoot. Thanks for the scarf tutorial, great timing as I bought one this morning. Btw your necklace is stunning, you are so talented!ReplyDelete
I am glad that you like the new necklace, Fiona. I love making my jewelry, this way I can have one piece that matches to everyone of my outfits!Delete
You are so talented with your jewelry making Dan!!ReplyDelete
And what a fun way to tie this scarf!! I'm just working on some photos we took in Vegas over Christmas where the 3 of us are wearing scarves! Great minds think alike!!
:-) you are sooooo right, Jodie! I can't wait to see the post ...Delete
Dan - you are such a beautiful, stylish and talented woman! Your blog posts never fail to delight and inspire me. Thank you!ReplyDelete
I am glad that you like my blog, Rebecca! Your kind words mean a lot to me ...Delete
Love the coat, Dan. I have one in almost exactly the same colour. Thanks for the scarf tying tip. I'm not very good at tying a scarf, and have been known to follow YouTube tutorials for tying them. The made-by-you necklace is gorgeous! xxxReplyDelete
As Jodie said :"Great minds think alike!" :-)Delete
I have never thought about following YouTube tutorials to learn how to tie scarves ( silly of me! )...many thanks for the tip!!
No lack of good backgrounds in Italy, that is for sure. You have tied the scarf very well. Thank you, I will use this technique. It is a pretty scarf too. As always your jewellery is beautiful, although I still am much in love with that necklace you used with this dress when you bought it. The one you made yourself too. Pink is good on you. Probably your skin colour is right for pink.ReplyDelete
You are probably referring to the gemstone necklace. Its fuchsia colour is something which really catches the eye!Delete
I am recently making my stuff out of glass beads instead of gemstones and exploring new techniques, which for me means ... more fun!!
Yes you are right, it was not pastel but more fuchsia.Delete
Very pretty scarf, and I love the way you tied it! Thanks for sharing! I really like your necklace, too! Such a pretty color!ReplyDelete
Andrea’s Wellness Notes
I think it's time to store my winter-coloured necklaces and wearing the spring ones!! :-) I made so many of them and ... for every season!Delete
love the scarf and it is perfectly tied. I am glad you sketched it out, that is helpful to me. You are a good sketcher! Love the teal coat, color blocked dress, socks and tonal booties, and necklace!!! :)
Thanks Elle, I love sketching! Making necklaces is only one of my ( many ) hobbies...Delete
Thank you Dan for sharing this scarf style, as we are coming into some cooler weather it will be very handy. Pretty necklace , you are so clever. Looking as stylish as ever in your beautiful surroundings.ReplyDelete
It's a simple way to tie up a scarf, but it looks nice...I am glad that it is useful to you!Delete
What a fab dress! Love the colors and what a beautiful necklace. You look fantastic Dan!ReplyDelete
Now, with warmer temperatures, is time to wear that dress again...colourful and comfortable!Delete
Love the outfit and the scarf is a very nice way to finish it off. The drawing is awesome as is the necklace you made! Spring will be here soon. (hopefully)ReplyDelete
I love drawing and have a block notes where I sketch the best outfits ... not only a relaxing pastime but also...a source of inspiration!!Delete
Great photos 🙂ReplyDelete
I need to practice the art of scarf tying a little more, I think.
I do too!! :-)Delete
The sketch is inspirational and thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I am glad that you liked...Delete
So clever that you can make necklaces Dan. That's so pretty.Love the dress too! Have a great week Dan and thank you for linking up to Celebrating Style xReplyDelete
It was my pleasure!Delete
A good week to you too...
Oh, although I do wear scarf seldom I use also the method you show here and the shop assistant told you! You look beautiful in your spring look!ReplyDelete
xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
Probably...I was the only one who didn't know it!! :-)Delete