The T-Shirt Makeover with Different Scarves
Quote of the day: “The miracle is this: The more we share…the more we have.” Leonard Nimoy
As a continuation of the theme to enhance the look of your favorite t-shirt, I’ll pair it with a scarf for this post. Now the scarf doesn’t change the shaping of this boxy t-shirt, but it certainly pulls the focal point of your look up and away from your middle trunk area!
There are many lightweight scarves if you think wearing a scarf wold be too hot around your neck in the warmer months. The same t-shirt for each of us was shown paired with a jacket too.
Jodie’s (50+) Outfit: I love the tassels on the end of this scarf—they are such a fun embellishment. I wrapped the ends of the scarf around itself so that it would look more like a necklace!
Nancy’s (60+) Outfit: This scarf is wider than Nancy likes, thus we twisted it so it doesn’t overpower her! We opted for smaller earrings so they wouldn’t compete with the scarf.
Charlotte’s (70+) Outfit:: This is one of the simplier ways to wear a scarf, and yet shows off the wonderful colors beautifully. The pants are a seersucker pattern, yet look almost like a solid in this photo.
Wearing a t-shirt doesn’t mean you have to be boring or sloppy. The addition of a scarf can make your outfit shine.
Thanks to you all! Does wearing a scarf with a t-shirt seem silly?
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Here’s a great selection of print scarves to add interest to your plain t-shirt (all under $25):