A couple of weeks ago, I was lucky enough to win a scarf in a Vida Moda giveaway hosted by Hollie of Pretty Big Butterflies.
The lovely Johanna from Vida Moda invited me to choose a scarf from their current selection, and a few days later it arrived on my doorstep. It was boxed and wrapped in the most cheerful, sunshine orange tissue paper, and unwrapping the parcel brought a much needed smile to my face that day. It felt like Christmas.
Inside was the most beautiful coral scarf and my first impression was of how soft the fabric felt between my fingers and of how great the quality of the fabric was.
I chose the Fiorella scarf in Strawberry and Pink; a scarf in graduating shades of coral and peach with fringed edging. The colours are so pretty, and scream "summer!" to me, but it deserves to be worn all year round. I personally think the colours go well with burgundy, cerise, and plum for Winter.
The fabric is made from the softest viscose I've ever felt, and although it's light-weight, it's reasonably thick and surprisingly warm. I'm extremely impressed with the quality of this scarf; it's so reasonably priced at just £16.95 and to me it feels far more expensive. I've bought scarves that have cost far more that haven't had even a fraction of this quality.
The fringed edging gives the scarf a relaxed feel, making it the perfect casual scarf to wear with everything from jeans and a tee, to day dresses. I'll most likely be wearing it over my favourite dresses on a regular basis!
Here I am wearing it and making it work for Winter with shades of purple and pink on a drizzly grey March afternoon...
I love it! (Excuse the bruise on my nose).
Unfortunately the scarf is out of stock at the moment. I don't know if it will be restocked, but it could be worth checking back at a later date just in case. It also came in a beautiful indigo and blue. You can find Vida Moda's selection of scarves here, which I'd also recommend checking out.
Thank you to Hollie and Vida Moda for the giveaway, and sending me this beautiful scarf! I'm smitten with it and know I'll be giving it plenty of wear this Spring and Summer.