This pretty accurately describes the weather here.
I can't complain too much, though! Snow is one of my favorite things about winter, Nutcracker, and the holiday season!
That being said, as soon as it started snowing I realized I really wanted a nice, warm winter scarf that I could wear both indoors and out. Then somehow Marley Lilly seemed to sense that I was having an off day and surprise package came from them. What's better? What was in it was one amazingly soft, beautiful, monogrammed winter scarf.
See that white speck on my scarf? That's a snowflake. It started snowing when I was taking these pictures. Thank you to my sister for facing the cold to help me get a few shots. :)
I think this scarf is the Marley Lilly Cashmere Feel Scarf in Violet. IT IS THE SOFTEST SCARF I HAVE EVER FELT. This scarf is $22.99 on the Marley Lilly website and as far as I'm concerned, it's worth every penny. Seriously, I want one in pink and camel too!
My sister said it looked like I was grimacing in the picture. I wasn't trying to, honestly. It was just really cold.
I had been thinking about ordering this scarf for a while, but honestly, I was a little skeptical that it wasn't going to be that nice. I shouldn't have been. There's a reason why people like Marley Lilly so much! The fabric seems to be of very good quality and it's not itchy AT ALL. The monogram is also nicely set and it doesn't seem to be pulling away from the fabric an abnormal amount. Lastly, the tassels. Like most scarves, this scarf has tassels at the end of it and in my experience, they usually start to unwind after a few times. Between this and the Lilly Pulitzer murfees, I've finally found scarves that don't.
This is definitely my go-to Winter scarf this year and I can't wait to wear it all through the Nutcracker and Holiday Seasons! I would highly recommend buying it especially if you live in the North like I do!
Love and Stay Preppy,
*This is a sponsored post by Marley Lilly however the opinions presented are entirely my own. I would never endorse or recommend anything that I didn't truly believe was a good product.