One Voluminous Scarf Necklace compliments of ...Anthromollogies.
There may be countless ways to wear one infinite loop scarf, fully equipped with it's own string of beads, by Mickey London (with a backwards capital D) Below are two of my favorites.
|Voluminous Scarf Necklace by Mickey London|
Sarmiento Pane Tee by Yoana Baraschi on sale HERE
Thank you Molly. I'm honored to have won your first giveaway to celebrate your one year blogiversary.
What I lost...
I lost my Bejeweled Bee Ring. Scatter brained me couldn't remember when, where, or how such a calamity came to be. I thought about all the hidden nooks and crannies where it could reside for an eternity. I ransacked my closet, dug through every pocket, handbag, drawer, and yes even the car. I know, it's just a piece of costume jewelry. OK! So I'm a control freak. I don't just lose track of stuff.
|Photo by Kristine Ko of KK Creative Studios|
When my ring didn't turn up, I began to consider a replacement. My yellow/black version was sold out everywhere. The yellow/white just wasn't the same. KJL's new bee designs resembled a fly more than a bee. No, no, no! One evening I stumbled upon one lone ring on Amazon. As I placed the order, I thought...what were the odds I would find Ring #1 now?
Ring #2 arrived absolutely perfect. I placed it in the same spot where Ring #1 always sat. There it remained for a week before I decided to wear it. What was I waiting for...Ring #1 to buzz my head proclaiming here I am?
|Kenneth Jay Lane Hand Enameled, 22K Gold, Swarovski Crystal Bee Ring - Amazon - $108 - Feb 2012|
As I walked past the front desk wearing brand new Ring #2, it suddenly occurred to me to ask if a ring just like this one was found. POW!
|Bejeweled Bee Ring - by Kenneth Jay Lane - Anthro Orig $105 Sale $70 - July 2009|
Imagine my disbelief when the receptionist began rummaging through a desk drawer and seconds later pulls out Ring #1. NO Way?
When Ring #1 was turned in months ago, an email was sent out that described the ring as....well a ring that was found in the bathroom. To add to the confusion my ring may have been found and turned in before I knew it was missing. Huh! I vaguely recall the email and thought nothing of it. As far as I knew, I wasn't missing a ring. Besides, there was no mention of a rather large Bee. So much time passed since the ring was turned in, the receptionist couldn't remember when or who turned it in. It was found on the floor in a corner of the ladies room. It may have been there for weeks.
I doubt I would have thought to ask about Ring #1 , if I hadn't been wearing Ring #2 like a reminder around my finger...Duh!
I was charmed for the rest of the day. Hope and inspiration continue to linger through the week.
Anthro Sister Love, Laura (firstname.lastname@example.org)