Gotta Love Scarves

Not those narrow thin long ones that you can’t really do much with but those big, light ones that you can carry around all day, wear in a dozen different ways and even use as your beach-spreads. I carried these two beautiful scarves from Shingora with me to Koh Samui and they turned out to be so versatile! I wore them as sarongs, tied them up as tops over my bikinis, wrapped them around my head when we were on the bike under the sun for too long. I even spread them on the bike’s seat when my bikini hadn’t dried up completely and we had to get to another place! They get folded into tiny pockets of love, occupy very little space and offer so much. No beach vacation can be complete without a scarf or two. See how I played around with them on one of our beach days.

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | side wraping pick around waist

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | side pink as body wrap

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | half front mustard arms raised

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | half side pink from below

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | half side mustard arm raised

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | full far back pink at waist

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | mustard covering face

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | full far side pink flying

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | half side mustard

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | headless pink

Shingora | Akanksha Redhu | full far side mustard

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Both scarves: Shingora
Sunglasses: H&M
Photographs courtesy Aman Godara
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1 Comment

  • Reply April 15, 2016

    Tjori

    You look amazing and yes you are right no beach vacation can be complete without a scarf. Tjori has a large collection of curated hand made scarfs & stoles https://goo.gl/o7Zf97

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