Dressed for: Disguising Damage

Already Pretty outfit featuring Gudrun Sjödén sweater, skinny jeans, Miz Mooz ankle boots, brown fringe tote, neutral mix scarf

Scarf – Nordstrom (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Sweater – courtesy Gudrun Sjödén
Jeans – Gap (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Boots – Miz Mooz
Bag – Nino Bossi via eBags (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Earrings – Target (no longer available) – similar/sustainable

So this scarf goes with everything I own. And it’s soft and cozy, but also lightweight enough for warm-ish weather. So, ya know, an MVP. Which means that, naturally, it got so fantastically stuck in a coat zipper last month that I spent 10 full minutes – no lie – trying to extract it before giving up and cutting it carefully free. (It was stuck high enough that it also meant I was trapped inside the coat. Lots of fun, let me tell ya.) The hole is tiny, but still – I was livid. Luckily it’s also voluminous enough that the hole can be easily disguised. Or so I hope!

Already Pretty outfit featuring Gudrun Sjödén sweater, skinny jeans, Miz Mooz ankle boots, brown fringe tote, neutral mix scarf

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2 Responses to “Dressed for: Disguising Damage”

  1. Urška Novak

    Dear Sally,

    Thanks for sharing how your scarf got stuck. So I’m not the only one with that kind of problems 🙂

    Love,
    Urska

  2. shannon

    I owe all my darning skills to the epic battle of scarf v. coat zipper. Kind of glad I’m not the only person this happens to!