The leopard scarf - so timeless, warm and oh-so wearable. What better way to wear it than in a European loop. Taking a cue from the French, the European loop is a classic and simple way to tie your scarf - this is one of my personal favorites. Below are some illustrations of how it is done for those not familiar with this method:
First - fold your oblong scarf in the middle.
Second - Put it around the back of your neck.
Third - Pass the ends through the loop.
Fourth - Adjust the scarf accordingly, depending on how tight or loose you want the knot to be. That's it!
I love that this method is the easiest and warmest way to wear a scarf. It can be adorned by both men and woman and works well with both casual and business outfits. A tighter knot will give you that chic and polished look and a looser knot will give you that casual and comfy look.
Today I borrowed my friend's clutch to showcase to you my newfound love. The envelope clutch!
I absolutely adore this clutch. The structure and shape of it gives it such a masculine appeal, edgy, but yet chic. Most envelope clutch also comes with a versatile strap giving it a laid-back style that would be perfect for everyday activities like running errands or shopping till you drop!
I love how they come in a rainbow of fun colors, from neon pink, orange and teal to more neutral tones like yellow and this tan one. Slim, sleek and so sophisticated, the envelope clutch is like a great pair of black stiletto pumps, a classic wardrobe staple that goes with everything. [Mines is currently being shipped home as I type this]
Top :: H&M
Blazer :: Borrowed
Skirt :: H&M
Scarf :: Borrowed
Shoes :: Steve Madden Intyce
Tights :: DKNY
Clutch :: Borrowed
Earrings :: Gift