5 ways to transform a silk scarf
So many times when I am wearing one of my silk scarves tied as a turban, women insist I share with them where I bought my turban. Pssst, I’ll let you in on a “trick” – it’s just a scarf!
I have a gorgeous collection of vintage silk scarves for sale right now at Style Girl Vintage. If you make an appointment to shop (910.538.5657), I will give you a hands-on tutorial on 5 different ways to rock it! I am sharing visuals below. Thank you to my beautiful model Amy Hammond. The featured black & cream silk printed scarf is currently for sale.
(silk scarf is for sale at Style Girl Vintage)
Classic – Simply tie two ends behind your neck.
I promise, it’s the same scarf!
I can make you a scarf turban expert with a one-on-one tutorial.
Neck tie with loose double knots.
If the full-on turban is bit intimidating,
there’s always the “tur-band.”
Twist the ends in front & tuck.
Start with scarf ends in back , wrap around & tie in front.
Tres chic, darling!
If the scarf is a little too much fabric for you, there’s
always the hankerchief, which made a HUGE comeback
last year. I have several of these for sale, ranging from $18-$25.
And, I give you J.Crew’s how-to-hanky!
To get yourself a copy of Joel’s book
(which inspired the play currently running at Theatre Now),
please click HERE.
$100 of proceeds from book sales will go towards
Bill Ladd’s cancer treatment.
Last night, my dear friend Pat Kusek hosted a campaign event for her
run for County Commissioner at Air Wilmington.
WHAT I WORE:
Golden monochrome for the win!
I rarely do sets but I found this vintage triple set (came with gold tank too, but switched it out for cream) was just too good to pass up. It was made in Laguna Beach, CA. Found in Southport, NC.
Pat Kusek with husband Walter (left) and Air Wilmington’s Bill Cherry
Style Girl Vintage Trunk Show
All About Art, Too
Bald Head Island
Style Girl Vintage has been invited by All About Art on Bald Head Island to bring curated vintage to Bald Head! We are hosting a kick-off event / trunk show at All About Art, Too (next door to Island Retreat Spa).
I will have a rack full of treasures plus vintage accessories. Island Retreat Spa & Salon will be offering a special trunk show package – Plaits + Polish! (aka: braids + mini manis).
If you are not on the island next Thursday, you still have a chance to shop Style Girl Vintage at All About Art’s main location until September 8th.
A La Mode Grand Opening Party
If you haven’t had a chance to check out Nancy VanWhy Burns gorgeous new boutique A La Mode Boutique in Downtown Wilmington, now’s your chance to see the shop + CELEBRATE!
Nancy (she is always one of the chicest in the room wherever she goes!) is hosting a Grand Opening Party you won’t want to miss!
A la mode at 108 Market Street
Date/Time: Friday, August 26th 6-9pm
Theme: Think Pink.
Giving Back: All day 20% store wide discount. 10% of sales goes to breast cancer awareness.
Live jazz. Light hors d’oeuvres from Pinpoint.
Rose and champagne cocktails by Joel Finsel of Astral Cocktails
August 27th & 28th
Vintage Yard Sale Sip + Shop
(Sat & Sun) 11am-5pm
at 2001 Perry Avenue
Jess + Joel are having a not-your-typical yard sale.
TWO DAY EVENT!
Sat + Sun 11am-5pm
(No early birds, please!)
$1 bargain bin
Vintage clothing, shoes & jewelry!
Summer tunes. Cold libations.
Join us to shop Style Girl Vintage overstock, vintage bits, bobs & books.
We will have a champagne colored tent in the front yard.
For more info + teasers, Click Here.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Thursday October 13th
(the gorgeous new venue behind Lumina Station)
More details coming soon!
VIDEO PREMIERE: Solving the Mystery –
Who is Jess James & What does she do?
FOR HIRE: ON-CALL STYLING
1 hour, 20 outfits (styled from your closet) for $100
Make an appointment:
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Photo: Leslie Koehn