Blue, Gray, and a Cowl-neck Scarf

I found another way to wear my Ivan Grundahl skirt. I got it on sale a few years ago, but even on sale, designer threads aren’t cheap. But my cost per wear is getting lower. I’m glad I bought this piece. I feel like it’s timeless.

blue and gray

Jacket: Swapped
Sweater: Target
Belt: Ross Dress for Less
Watch and cuff: Thrifted
CowlScarf City
Skirt: Ivan Grundahl
Boots: Prada via consignment

Today I paired my skirt with denim, navy, and a pair of thrifted, microfiber Prada boots. In the past, I’ve worn it with fuchsia, green, and even dusty rose.

pink cowl tops it off

I have enjoyed my cowl-neck scarf a lot too. I was so happy when Rosalind, owner of Scarf City, made me a custom non-wool scarf. I find wool terribly itchy and I’m on a quest to not wear animal products of any kind. This cotton scarf did the trick!

grundahl

I’m joining Visible Monday today. Check out all the other visible women at Not Dead Yet Style.

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8 Comments

Filed under Ethical, Fashion, Thrifty

8 responses to “Blue, Gray, and a Cowl-neck Scarf

  1. I agree, designer threads are expensive but can be worth the money. I like a touch of pink of your scarf. What a versatile outfit….you look great!

    blue hue wonderland

  2. Love the skirt so much. And the boots! LOVE!

    • Thanks! I couldn’t resist the skirt. And it was 70% off so it could have been worse. Finding Prada booties in a consignment shop in my size was a treat too! I need to wear those more often. They have a totally cute, walkable 2″ heel.

  3. That’s a great skirt, and you wear it very well!

    Popping by as a fellow Visible Monday blogger, do pop by my post and let me know what you think!

    Emalina
    http://www.kikiandthegypsy.blogspot.co.uk

  4. Really a great buy, and looks wonderful on you! Even at my age, if it were mine, I’d wear it till everyone was sick of seeing me. Beautiful.

    • Thank you! It’s such a unique style. And true, that means it doesn’t blend in and people will know that ‘I’m wearing it again.” But who cares? It’s fun and I think it’s a style that defies age.

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