I don't own much orange (it's not a good color on me), so this coral-y/orange-y sweater is the closest to orange that I own (I know - these pictures make it look pink-ish, just trust me!). But I wanted to share so I could participate in this link up with Walking in Memphis in Heels, The Fashion Canvas, and Vodka Infused Lemonade for their weekly Trend Spin Link Up. The theme this week is black and orange (for Halloween, obvi). So, please excuse my dark and grainy pictures - the sun goes down so early (curse you, shorter days!)! But please appreciate my enthusiasm for blogging/Halloween/link-ups :)
A for effort?
Let's switch gears. Majorly.
If you have a scarf that you think would be just divine as an infinity scarf, look below for a few simple (REALLY simple) steps to make that happen.
Place a rubber band around both ends of the scarf, so you have a large loop, and a little "tuft" for the ends.
Place looped scarf around your neck. I put the "tuft" at the nape of my neck.
Now make a figure-eight with your scarf, by crossing one side over the other.
Flip up the bottom of the eight, and place it around your neck.
You should have 2 loops of scarf around your neck.
Fluff your hair.
Adjust your scarf.
Give yourself a pat on the back. Or a thumbs-up.
You have now made an infinite scarf a (temporary) infinity scarf! Ta da!
I've found that the "tuft" is smaller (and thus, more manageable) when you use a thinner scarf. However, it's not impossible with a thick scarf - I would recommend wearing your hair down so you can cover up the "tuft." Or, become an expert at scarf arranging so you can cover it up with the 2nd loop :)
Ever tried this? I do it all the time! It's just a different way of tying a scarf. Tell me how you stretch your existing closet and wear things in a new way.
(temporary infinity) scarf: thrifted