I’m heading to Charlotte this weekend for Charlotte International Fashion Week with my friends and fellow bloggers Ashley and Tomris! We’ll also be meeting up with Angela while we’re there! I am SUPER UBER REDONKULOUSLY excited to go! Of course I couldn’t leave you with out an amazing read so my adorable, sweet, savvy, and stylish friend Lindsay from the Domesticated Working Woman is stepping in with a guest post. I gotta be honest with you guys, I pretty much think Lindsay is my long lost twin sister (can’t you see the resemblance)? We have SO much in common sometimes it’s scary! I am so happy that we met! She makes her own clutches, clothes, and scarves and she blogs about it all here, so be sure to go visit and show her some love. BUT before you do read her guest post!
I’ll be back next week with the giveaway winner, ANOTHER birthday giveaway, and a recap from fashion week!! 🙂
PS: If you haven’t already be sure to enter my giveaway here for a blog design package worth $100 from Jennie called Jane!!
Take it away Linds!
Hi everyone! I’m
Lindsay from The Domesticated Working Woman where I blog about thrifting,
fashion, and repurposing clothing. I’m so happy Marissa asked me to guest
post for her; I met her through TriFABB and honestly, we may have been separated
at birth! Just adore her.
Growing up in upstate New York, fall meant heavy
sweaters, wool socks, and ski coats. Now that I live in the south, I
don’t need all those layers to keep warm.
So, fall is my favorite season for lots of
reasons: colors, everything pumpkin, football, and cooler weather to name a
few. I like to enhance my outfits with bold accessories and fall provides
the perfect opportunity to rock a scarf.
Scarves dress up everything from a simple white
tee to a LBD. They can take a look from simple to glam. They also
provide just enough coverage to keep warm on those crisp, fall days of North
Carolina. Not to mention, tailgating in the south is similar to an
outdoor fashion show and scarves glam up a tailgating outfit just enough
without going over the top.
Outfit Deets: Scarf: me, Tee: Walmart (Danskin), Skirt: me, Shoes: Goody’s (old)
There are so many ways to tie them and so many
ways to wear them that I feel scarves can be worn over and over again without
people accusing you of repeating an outfit.
Here, I’ve taken several pieces that I rotate
through on a weekly basis and made an entirely new outfit simply by adding the
purple scarf. Honestly, when I add a scarf to an outfit, I just feel so
much more confident. It’s my statement piece and I just feel like I was
made to rock a scarf.
So, go on out, grab a scarf, and rock it.
Rock it with everything!
Thank you, Marissa, for inviting me to post for
you. Stop on by The Domesticated Working Woman some time and see what
else comes out of my closet.