Halloween and all things fall are in the air. This past weekend we took the little ones to Layman’s Farm where they had fun with the corn mazes, jumping pillows, cow car rides, petting zoo and more. We didn’t pick a pumpkin at this particular farm, but the kids had fun none-the-less. By the time the farm closed for the evening we were wiped out, as you can imagine.
Speaking of fall and Halloween I wanted to share with you one of my skull scarves that was gifted to me last year from a good blogging friend named Whitney. Now I mentioned it was given to me last year, but up until now I have not known how to style it. Alexander McQueen is famous for putting out fabulous skull scarves, see here and here but you don’t need to go expensive to get your own. Below are affordable priced ones. With Halloween being Monday I thought I would pull it out and give mine a wear and today I am sharing with you two ways to style it. It’s actually as easy as 1..2..3.
1). Like a blanket/Kimono:
This is my go to style with this particular scarf. Since this scarf is HUGE and blanket like I just draped the middle over my back and let the rest of it hang over my arms like a blanket, but I like the kimono effect it gives as well. I added a black felt hat to add some fall vibes and to match the black fringed ankle peep toe booties. A fun black hobo fringed bag would have been fun added to this look as well.
2). Over the neck waterfall front:
This style is most predictable and is just as nice and adds some character to the front versus all around like the blanket style. For this look I traded the hat for sun glasses.
As you can tell by these photos we shot these on the drive of a graveyard. Only a few of you know this but I do have a dark goth side to me and graveyards are a joy in my life. My children call graveyards “zombie homes” and we like to visit them frequently to walk through. There is something so fascinating, eeiry and fun about graveyards, especially the older ones from the 19th century. Now you know something new about me. I guess zombies and this skull scarf are perfect here.
Which style do you like above?
How would you style a skull scarf?
Outfit details: Skull scarf: gift, similar affordable one here//Tunic: Pink Blush Boutique, sold out but exact same for cheap here for $12.29//Pants: Target//Necklace: c/o d.monaco designs//Bracelet: c/o uncommon goods//Peep toe boots: Pink Blush Boutique, similar//Sunglasses: c/o Sammy Dress, similar//Lipstick: LipSense, color: Lexie-Beary.
Rachel is a former full time preschool special education teacher turned full time stay-at- home mom of four children with a passion for substitute teaching and blogging at Garay Treasures on the side. Garay Treasures is a fashion and lifestyle blog with some added posts on faith and everyday treasures. Rachel loves drinking several cups of coffee a day (hot or iced), blogging, and reading and playing with her children. You can follow Rachel by bloglovin, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest.
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