Meet the ScarvesDotNet Girls!
Have you ever wondered what beauty lies behind the brains of the ScarvesDotNet blog? It’s time to introduce you to the gals who are responsible for all the style and creative!
Hi there. I’m Sarah, a writer, editor, and polyvore extraordinaire. I love mod and vintage style, and I think there’s nothing a big bow can’t fix. Today I’m wearing the Teresa Leopard Scarf. I have to say I’m not usually an animal print girl, but I have on a sassy pair of black jeans that just need some leopard love. I tied it as a fake loop scarf. To do this, drape the scarf around your neck. Tie the ends in a small knot so it’s one big loop. Make a figure-8 in the front and loop it over your head. It looks like an infinity scarf, but it’s not – fake out!
Hey guys! I’m Maggie, and I’m responsible for the technical, behind-the-scenes stuff here at Scarves Dot net. When I’m not nerding out over website mechanics, I love Youtubing cute baby orangutans, cooking new things for my coworkers to try, and posting on my Tumblr.
I’m a t-shirt, jeans, and Chuck Taylor’s kinda girl, though I love a good excuse to dress up. I’m notorious for my love of the color green, which is why I paired my casual outfit with the green Lori Crinkle Scarf, tied in a neck tie knot.
Heyo! My name is Stacie and I’m the newest member of the ScarvesDotNet dream team. I recently graduated from DePauw University here in Indiana. I totally love making stuff, collecting old cameras, taking lots of pictures, raising baby lambs, and dressing up for, well, everything. I am super stoked to be blogging for ScarvesDotNet because I get to sit with a couple of rad girls who totally love scarves… and tissue paper pompoms… French café music… and Mad Men cocktails. (*Ahem, Sarah, you need to start watchin’—it’s on Netflix for crying out loud! :))
I’m wearing the Katherine striped pashmina and I tied it in the “Half Bow II.”
Stay tuned for more from the SDN girls! They’ve got some sweet DIY projects and style in the works for you!
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