Leather sleeved jacket: Tara Jarmon/ Dress: Rag & Bone/ Scarf: Hermès/ Ballet Flats: Chloé
Clutch: Saint Laurent/ Aviators: Oliver Peoples
After over a whole month of chilly and gray weather here in the Middle East, the last few days have been pleasantly warm with lots of sunshine. I had to break away from winter colors for a day and say hello to spring that is just around the corner. It has been quite windy though, hence the messy hair ( my apologies). Contemplated on taking a dip in the Arabian gulf but decided against braving the still very cold ocean. Opted for cocktails under the clear blue, sunny skies instead.
Happy Travels and Happy Shopping! xx
I have been looking for a winter/spring travel scarf for a few months now. I was wanting another silk twill scarf from Hermès because they are simply indestructible. The cashmere scarves are absolutely gorgeous but I’m a major klutz and I know that I’ll snag the delicate material and ruin them within thirty seconds, so that option’s out of the window.
I am very happy that I found this print in these vivid colors from the Monsieur et Madame collection just recently. After months and months of browsing my local H store, I decided to make this the newest addition to my collection. The combination of the teal, golds and oranges is just stunning. The print is corky and classic too.
I was speaking to a girlfriend the other day and she was telling me how confusing it is for her to shop for scarves. I understand the daunting task as I still run into the same dilemma every now and then, but I have learned a few things in the last couple of years that have helped my scarf shopping less stressful and more pleasurable.
So I thought I’ll share with all of you my amateur /non-professional guideline for scarf shopping:
Tip for Hermès scarf buying (in my case):
Happy Shopping! xx