How to DIY a scarf without even trying.

Sunnies: F21; Earrings, Aldo; Scarf, Fabricland; Jeans Jacket, Buffalo by David Bitton (thrifted from the Ruby Slipper Vintage); Cream button-front shirt, Sirens; Mini skirt, Mango; Oatmeal tights, the Gap; Platform loafers, Schutz.

This is a post about the time I decided to get my craft on. I said to myself: Self, you are a creative woman. Let’s make something! Anything!

Having planned on making on of Natasha’s mullet skirts, I’d already purchased some fabric from the über discount section of Fabricland. A black with white polkadots fabric, and this sheer taupe fabric. I started playing with the polkadot fabric, and threw the taupe over my shoulder. As I was folding, draping and wrinkling the polkadot fabric, I happened to glance into the mirror.

And, lo! Without even trying, I made a gorgeous sheer taupe scarf. I took the fabric, folded it into a triangle, and wrapped my new scarf around my neck. Perfection, is it not?

Photos by Aarron.


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