While I was in D.C. last weekend, I hopped in a cab (well, to be honest, it was more like hoisting the baby carrier in the cab with the frigid wind blowing everything everywhere; trying to close up the stroller with my arms full of diaper bags and coats, and shopping bags on the return trip; but lets romanticize it and say, "I hopped in a cab,") and went to the nearest shopping mall for a little outing with Landis.
While there, I got my lunch (which would have been French crepes if I had seen the shop before I settled for greasy McDonalds over "Texas BBQ") and sat on a ledge to eat. Apparently, everyone in D.C. knows how to snatch a table the moment it comes available, because I certainly was not quick enough. As I ate, I preoccupied myself with people watching. First I noticed coats, but soon grew bored of that, so I decided to observe how many different ways you can wear a scarf. Below are my findings, modeled by Amaleah. (P.S. Is every little girl born with an innate ability to model something?)
The Throw & Go:
(for the sleek, wanna be "cool" guy)
The Sophisticated/Business Over-the-Coat:
(very D.C. diplomat)
(or: I got too hot and had to untie)
The "30 and Flirty" (or so it seemed), and sometimes sported with a knot...
The Through the Loop
(or: Scarve Wearing for Dummies)
My Personal Favorite...
Two in One--It's Both a Hat and a Scarf
So take your pick this winter and wear that scarf well!