Peacoat: Macy's (similar), Top: Express (similar), Jeans: Express, Boots: Runway Fashion Exchange (similar), Pashmina: my hospital's gift shop (similar), Rings: c/o The Vintage Pearl
The cold front that came through Boise last week turned our neighborhood's waterfall and pond into a frozen winter wonderland. Though the temperatures during the day have been hovering in the 30's, the early morning 20's are starting to get to me. I'm looking forward to the warm front that is said to be heading our way this week!
If you're ever curious—no idea if you even are—but you may notice that every time I wear a scarf it looks like it's an infinity scarf. I actually only own 2 true infinity scarves. All the rest are normal scarves and pashminas that I tie to resemble an infinity scarf. If you lay a rectangle pashmina or scarf out on the ground and tie just two of the opposite diagonal ends, leaving the other two ends free, it works so nicely. I'm usually able to wrap my standard pashminas three times, pulling the un-tied corners to the front to make a "V" at the bottom of my scarf. I like using fringed pashminas the best, because I like that the tassles hang loose when I wrap it. For me, the bigger the scarf—the better!