I have been wanting to try this headscarf things since FOREVER but I always thinks it looks right wonky on me :( I don't know whether it's my tiny head or my not so mad scarf tying things, but it never ends up looking the way I'd want it to look. HOWEVER, my hair was absolutely gross and greasy yesterday (I mean seriously I could smell my own hair, yuck) and I was too lazy to wash it, so I needed to IMPROVISE. The only time I regret not having short hair anymore is when I need to wash my glorious mane, it just takes sooooo much more time and effort now :-( FEH! Anyway, here's my improv turban.
By the way, don't worry, I won't start EXCLUSIVELY taking pictures inside now. But the weather still sucks so I'm sticking with my rain sheltered guns!
Also, guess I'm REALLY into selective caps today? OH WELL
My boyfriend was brimming with compliments again. When I asked him what he thought about the turban he told me it reminded him of the cleaning lady, and then proceeded to carefully position an empty plastic wrapper on the nearest cat's head, cooing to it about how I had told him it was the latest fashionz.
Isn't he the SWEETEST? /irony :-D
I still think it was a rather cute way to cover up my greasy mop of hair though. But the search for the perfect scarf+tying method continues! If you're wondering how I put this fabulous confection together: the scarf I used is quite long and rectangular. I placed the middle part of it on the top of my head, wrapped it around my head once (crossing it at the back), made a knot on the top of my head again and tucked in the ends at the sides et voilalalala! You like? Any tips to improve it?
jeggings, shoes: New Look
ring: Alex Monroe
PS: I was featured on the website of one of our national newspapers today with my festival outfit, AWESOME! Check it out here :)