Back in the late 80's I worked the accessory counter at what at the time was the "dream of all dreams" retail department store. We were required to wear a scarf EVERYDAY. They didnt seem to care how we wore it or where we wore it...just that we had one on and that the drop of a hat, we could demonstrate for the "scarf and accessory challenged" at least 50 Ways to Tie a Scarf. We had a book we sold to them for $1.00 in case they needed guidance or ideas in the future.
So...as a result, I developed a passion for scarves.
Scarves are glamorous.
These days, scarves can be found for a steal at yard sales, thrift shops, flea markets. Some people bring trucks of them to sell. Real treasures. I just have them dry cleaned or hand wash and hang dry then lightly iron and you are good to go!
Look for scarves to hit the shop at Ginger and Tonic Vintage very soon.
Ive got loads of beauties for you! XOXO