silk for me, thanks.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

OK, so I'm trying hard to sleep (no the guys next door don't bother me anymore, trying to get the sleep they lost last night I presume) but I just can't get these outta my head..

The oh-so-beautiful silk Armine scarves.

Me : (quickly copy-pasting the URL and send it to dear boyfriend) OMGG cantiknyeeeeeeee *batting eyelashes*
Him : I think I saw these a lot dekat Pasar Payang..

Pfftt. Buzzkill.

I see a lot of shawls trend these days, what more with the ever-expanding Malaysian fashion bloggers' influence that creates a phenomenal transformation of the youngsters. I swear, I might faint upon my arrival at KLIA this March, seeing just how different Malaysian girls are now. I mean, tudung bawal?? Who wears that nowadays? Hehe. (a true tudung bawal-lover at heart)

So I've seen these scarves a lot in hijab-related pictures and articles, but I didn't know they're actually a Turkish brand called Armine. I don't know how long they've been in the fashion world, but the scarves are amazingly beautiful.

(and why, oh why the models are always so flawlessly beautiful..)
My favorite of all.

I love how the way the scarves make the models look so polished and elegant and understated; you can see not a single accessories used yet they can pull the whole outfit together. (or maybe it's just because of the pretty models.) I love accessorizing but maybe not on my head and hijabs; so a very well-patterned shawl is perfect for me.

And when it's silk, it's perfect.

Except for the price. $55 a piece. That's almost 4600 yen. Can I get this for an early birthday present please to-whom-it-may-concerned? Hehe.

But considering the quality, I don't mind investing in these gorgeous pieces. Yes, I call that 'investment'.

Definitely my favorite right after Vela :)



    But I never look good in silk, grrr . Esp hijab, it will go senget big time !

  2. Haha I've never worn one as a hijab, but I really wanna tryy! anddd chiffon silk..sighs.


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