Because why would you restrict something to the region between head and chest when you could just wear it, well, everywhere? And so, today, we discuss the succession of the scarf from its original standstill place on the neck to the arms, torso, and even legs.
And finally moving onto me, because I do too. Which brings me to the next segment of our discussion: taking the runway and making it real life, real time, less expensive. So say hello to your very own Dries Van Noten for less.
Mine may be suited for warmer weather and smaller bank accounts, but it has blue, black, and some scarf pants. All in all, it gets the job done. In fact, it may do the job even better. Especially when added with a black background to make it less fruity, and a black tank to pull the look together.
Wearing Zara pants, a Tsquared tank, an H&M vest and cardigan, and H&M shoes. Photos by Alicia Hanau, via Marie Claire and Style.com. I love you, now love me too. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Like me on Facebook. Follow me on Twitter and Bloglovin.