My favorite way to wear a scarf on my head

Everyone has those days. Those days where you don’t get around to washing your hair… and you can tell that you haven’t washed your hair. This was one of those days, so I turned to my best friend on days like these… No, not being a hermit for the day – a headscarf.

IMG_2438 IMG_2442Scarf: Shoulder (Brasil); Glasses: Clearly Contacts; Blouse: RW&Co; Jeans: Old Navy; Shoes: Arezzo (Brasil).

Photos by FOATography.

5 thoughts on “My favorite way to wear a scarf on my head

  1. You look lovely, I have glasses too and wasn’t sure if it would be “too much”. I have been meaning to actually wear my head scarf out of the house, you may have inspired me to do it!

  2. You look lovely, I have glasses too and wasn’t sure if a headscarf would be “too much”. I have been meaning to wear mine out of the house and you may have inspired me to do so:)

  3. I couldn’t help but notice that despite your great sense of style. You lack some arm candy.  Would it be right to assume that bracelets are just not your thing ?  Leave it to me to notice something so simple. I recently opened my own small business. I work from home but I dedicate my time to selling yoga bracelets. I find this category of fashion interesting because my wife dedicates a lot of her time to “Looking good” and we also participate in Yoga classes as a couple.   Soon after my first Yoga Class I went ahead and purchased some very inexpensive bracelets and started marketing them in areas that lack the type of “Yoga” influence/culture.  Soon demand grew and (60days) I find myself opening up my first website. Let’s see how the online retail works out for me🙂

    For now this is totally a hobby since I have a fulltime job. As long as I can make enough money to pay my webhosting fees and whatever I spend on buying merchandise. Im cool with it all. Personally I find it exciting. Yoga bracelets are a super cool and simple form of woman’s fashion.  Once I get my feet on the ground, I would love to donate a bracelet to you so you can have for your photography.  I enjoyed your blog and hope to stay in touch. But for now, farewell!

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