Outfit: Modern Romanticism

When Wolford sent me their multi-functional scarf to play with a lot of modern scarf-tying looks came to mind. The scarf comes with a little booklet showing you a few ways to get creative with your scarf, but as I played with mine in the mirror I kept coming back to a draped, almost cape-like shape. It felt very old world and romantic, so I couldn't resist pairing it with a dramatic vintage brooch and long-flowing gown. The shape and style of the look harkens to long-gone times (and makes me feel one step closer to being a Pre-Raphaelite muse), although the pineapple print keeps things pretty modern and light-hearted! This dress was clearly meant for summer, but I couldn't resist wearing it now and styled this way--with sensible tights and boots--it works for this season as well.

details: Wolford scarf, vintage brooch, Endless Summer dress, Wolford tights, vintage boots
*all photographs by me*



  1. What a beautiful outfit! I love when an outfit can evoke such romanticism. It would be great to see a tutorial on how to drape a scarf like this. It is probably super simple, but I often have a hard time recreating scarf styles and this one is too wonderful to pass by.

  2. Oh my goodness this outfit is beautiful, you look like a medieval princess lost in the forest.....


  3. This dress and cape combo is amazing! You look so gorgeous in this. I would have died if I found that brooch. Also your dress has pineapples and you are wearing the best boots, like yes.


  4. Amazing look! I love your hair, and your little sword brooch is adorable :)

  5. Could you post a tutorial on how to drape a scarf like this? You could even have a whole post with other scarf styling ideas :)

  6. Just stumbled across your blog and i'm obsessed! Love this dress, who knew pineapples could look so classy! x

  7. oh, I LOVE this look, Rebecca! Here's to the Pre-Raphaelites!

  8. This looks stunning!! The scarf and dress pair so nicely.

  9. Beautiful blog!
    Lovin' it!
    Cheers from Iceland!

    P.S. Who do you get to take your photographs?

  10. @ εïз Sahara Rós εïз, I take most of my own photographs--as you can see at the end of this post I state "photos by me." That means I took the photographs with a tripod and self-timer and remote. Whenever someone else helps me take photographs they are credited at the end of the post, but many photographs on my blog are by myself.


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