So far his prediction has been pretty true for the the state of Maine.
We're still sitting with about a foot of snow on the ground, despite temps above freezing last weekend. But since spring is exactly 26 days away, we can at least start thinking and dreaming about it, right? And with this transition between the two seasons comes a shift in our wardrobe, too. I love bringing in some pops of colour to introduce a spring wardrobe, or adding some fun accessories when I'm no longer up to my ears in a parka. I may or may not wear several sweaters and coats every day during the winter, so its nice to be able to do something a little different!
So whether you still need a bit of protection against the cold, or just want something new to get you out of a winter slump, I have the perfect thing - So Sew Organized's new fleece infinity scarves and cowls!
|Black and White Chevron Cowl|
|Teal Print Infinity Scarf|
|Charcoal Grey Cowl|
These scarves and cowls are made of a light-weight fleece that is perfect for this time of year. It can help add some warmth when needed, but has a lighter feel and look that will be great through spring. Perfect for those chilly mornings!
There are two reasons to go pick up one (or a few) of these scarves right. now.
1. Order today and you will have your items by the end of the week! You can start accessorizing right away, and I just can't express how perfect and versatile these are for this time of year when the weather is unpredictable. I can already see I will need one in every colour!
2. The price. Folks, this is the biggest reason. I don't mind yelling it loud and clear that the price for these infinity scarves and cowls is only FIVE BUCKS! Really, how can you beat that? This price may not be locked in forever, so pick these up while you can. I can also take requests for other colours.
There are lots of ways these infinity scarves can be worn, here is just a sample:
Each scarf (not the cowls) hangs 30" long. You can accessorize your outfit with it at this length.
Perhaps my favourite length is to double the scarf once, creating two loops around your neck. This is a comfortable length to pair with a jacket.
If you want just some warmth around the neckline, you can loop it a third time around your neck, making it stay close to your chin. This length is good for bundling up to go out!
This is just an example of the versatility of these scarves. Pick up yours today and let me know how many ways you enjoy wearing them!
I'd love some feedback from you on how these scarves and cowls could benefit your wardrobe. What is the weather like where you live? Are you antipating spring? Could one of these cowls be the item you need to get you out of a winter wardrobe slump? How about those chilly mornings? Leave a comment with your opinion, and then hurry over to So Sew Organized to grab a few of these for yourself.