A Leopard Print scarf

Only time for a very quick post this Friday as I have been on Granny duty for the last few days looking after my one year old grandson so have not had a moment to myself let alone time to blog. Still I had a free day today and managed to go to the Freize Art Show with a friend (which I will post about with pictures on Monday). In a rush to find something suitable to wear I discovered this scarf in the back of my wardrobe. I have had it for years and can’t remember where I got it from. I tend to keep are my scarves and I am certainly glad this one did not end up at the charity shop as I think it looks a bit like the one on sale at Net a Porter.

Picture taken by my friend Caroline (she should be a Professional!)
Yves Saint Laurent scarf

Tish Jett of http://afemmeduncertainage.blogspot.com/ is running a great series on women of a certain age. Do pop over to her blog it is well worth a look. Let us all support the cause of mature women becoming more visible.

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  1. 14th October 2011 / 12:52

    Fabulous scarf! Scarves are a great way to introduce some leopard print into the mix. You look so chic and radiant!

  2. 14th October 2011 / 14:20

    This scarf is so wonderful, and looks just like the YSL! Hooray for mature women looking and feeling beautiful.

  3. 16th October 2011 / 18:54

    That scarf looks great on you! I one very much like it also Very useful item.

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