My daughters wear scarves all of the time. When they wear them, they always look sophisticated and chic. When I wear them, I look like a goofball. They say I don’t look like a goofball, but I swear I do.
Still, every once in a while I see a beautiful scarf that I cannot resist and I buy it. Then, I take it home, wad it up, and stick it on a shelf in my closet. After I do that, even if I was inclined to wear a scarf, those wadded up piles of fabric somehow lose their appeal. They stay wadded up and only collect dust.
Then, I tried to fold the scarves and put them in a neat little row (I have more scarves than this, but I can’t find the other ones). This was more visually appealing on the shelf, but not on my body. For, when I unfolded my nice neat little scarf, it always had crease marks on it. Now, you might ask why I don’t just iron the scarf and then wear it. Really? Is it worth that much effort to wear a scarf when I am only going to look like a goofball anyway? I don’t think so.
But there may be hope for me yet! While browsing Amazon recently (my favorite place to shop!), I came across this cleverInterDesign Axis Scarf Holder, Chrome. Don’t ask me why there is no space between “inter” and “Design” or why “inter” is not capitalized – I cannot answer that. I can tell you, however, that I’m loving this idea! You can store up to 18 scarves and they look pretty in your closet – not crumpled or creased! Scarves displayed in such a manner might actually inspire me to give this whole scarf thing another try.
If I ever like the way I look in a scarf, I will post a picture here (but don’t hold your breath). In the meantime, I’m going to buy this scarf holder. If nothing else, my closet will look fantastic!