Well, you guys, I think I’ve found it. The tartan scarf to end all tartan scarves. The One scarf to rule them all.
This gorgeous, goooorgeous little number is from Zara. I got it in Mallorca when I was home a few weeks ago and it cost me a grand total of €18. Amazing, right?! I think it’s only £19.99 in UK stores as well.
It’s huge, more of a blanket than a scarf, and so incredibly soft and luxurious-feeling. The orange and camel shot through with navy blue is also totally different than the navy, green and red of my other one, making this purchase totally merited and excused.
After all, one can never have too many tartan scarves, right? Right.
I made it the star of the show and kept the rest of my outfit super plain: my favourite blue skinny jeans, flat Chelsea boots, a light grey sweater, and black leather jacket from New Look.
Want to see another way of styling up this stunning scarf? Check out Cider with Rosie‘s fab outfit post!
I had a gorgeous weekend at Bridge Farm in Salisbury with my family. It’s was my Auntie’s 60th birthday so we all headed down there for the weekend to eat, drink and be merry.
The house is STUNNING. A gorgeous, English farmhouse with tons of bedrooms, wooden beams on the ceiling, old brick fireplaces, a bright red Aga cooker and lush green lawns leading down to the river. Absolutely fabulous.
And (as is traditional in my family!) we massively over-catered. Like, a LOT. I’ve come home with a huge pot of fish curry, a bucket of pork curry, and two tupperware pots of veggie curry. I’ve also got 4 packs of rice, naan breads and poppadoms.
And then there’s the desserts. Chocolate cheesecake, lemon cheesecake, chocolate and pear tart, cupcakes…
I’m taking everything over to Gary’s house tonight and we’re going to have an Indian food feast with his housemates. I’m hoping between the 6 of us we’ll be able to get rid of everything!!!