Wednesday, February 11, 2015

WIWW: My Little Scarf Trick

I'm happy to report that yesterday was another day full of happy.  Minimal middle school shenanigans, happy kiddos and mexican food (and lots of shenanigans) with my girls!  I'm hoping to keep the "happy" ball rolling all week long!

It's been a while since I've done a WIWW post, but today is your lucky day. ;) hahaha

Yesterday to school I wore one of my easiest outfits.  I woke up late and needed to throw something together really quick.  I ended up with a white polka dot top (I got it at Rack a while ago), my favorite denim jacket, black linen pants, wedges and a scarf.  These linen pants are some of my favorite - but keep in mind that they're LONG!  I'm wearing wedges with them and they hit the floor (which is exactly how I like them). 


I like this outfit because it totally changes depending on the accessories I pair it with.

My scarf is actually a normal, lightweight, non-infinity scarf that I draped and pinned more like a blanket scarf...

Since y'all seemed to really enjoy my blanket scarf tutorial video, I decided to make another one to show how I tie my "spring scarves"...


 I made this video after Dave got home last night and before running out the door to dinner with my girlfriends.  I had time to do it one time, hence all the ummmms :)  Hopefully it was helpful and made sense.  I taught lessons on calculating surface areas of triangular prisms and cylinders, writing function rules and simplifying and factoring radical expressions yesterday and I feel like I was more clear during those ;) hahaha

If you're looking for some fun new scarves to try this out on, check these out!


'Tassel Bonanza' ScarfIkat Print ScarfFloral Scarf

Thanks for reading and watching and not making too much fun of my super awkward video skills :)

PS - this post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on a link and purchase an item I receive a small commission.  Thank you so much for supporting my blog!!! Love y'all!

31 comments:

  1. I like your videos. You always manage to look so natural.

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    1. Thank you! I always feel super awkward so that made my day! :)

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  2. You know how when you're reading the Bible and you come to all those names you can't pronounce you just skim over that part? I totally just did that with you math talked!!!! I don't even know those words! Hahahahaha!! Your outfit was so cute and I loved our girl time. :)

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    1. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!! I can tutor you in Algebra any day :)

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  3. Oh my gosh I just love your hot pink scarf. So dang cute. Happy hump day :)

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  4. I love an Andrea tutorial! Made my morning :). And Erika's comment made me laugh out loud!

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    1. Thank you!!! You've had A LOT of Andrea the past few days :)

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  5. I'm TOTALLY with Erika! It's like you were speaking a strange foreign language there for a moment. And I LOVE scarf #3!

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  6. "Awkward" hahaha you are actually so endearing. Thanks for the morning tutorial :) love it!

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  7. Great video! So glad I know someone who can do all of that math stuff--I'm sending my kids to you if we can't finish homework. ;)

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    1. Any time!!! I LOVE doing Math (#nerdalert) so I'll help your kiddos any day!

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  8. I totally did the same thing as Erika too!! Too big of words for me, Lol! I love, love that outfit with the pink scarf... that polka dot shirt is so cute!

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  9. Love your videos, you are too darn cute and the videos are really helpful so thanks for them! And I agree with the above about your math talk...what the what?!!! Ha, math was my worst subject by far and I give anyone who understands it and enjoys it major props....me and my calculator are bff's at work!

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  10. You are just too cute. I love that outift! Happy Wednesday!

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  11. Love the video! You are so cute and I love you hair! Also, I want your scarf collection. :)

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  12. Great outfit! What size of jacket do you have? Been really wanting to order one!

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  13. Cuteness surrounds you! Thanks for the fabulous tutorial. Trying it tomorrow with one of my spring scarves!

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  14. You are too cute! I LOVE your video tutorials. Especially the blanket scarf one. I had no idea what to do with mine and it was so helpful! Thank you!

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  15. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your scarf videos! Always a treat! And very informative! I'm looking forward to trying this trick on a few of my spring-y scarves :)

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  16. Andrea. I always struggle with how to wear scarves so I enjoyed your video greatly. Where do you get such big scarves?? I just have a ton of infinity ones and then a few non infinity but non of them are that big and I love it.

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  17. I love your scarf videos too!! great tricks!! and you're so real!

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  18. I love that pink scarf! Perfect for Valentine's Day :)

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  19. Love this! Perfect. I am going to have to try this! The blanket scarves are too heavy for where I live, but I can handle this for sure. Thanks!

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  20. I love your videos! You're adorable and I love your accent :-)

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  21. I don't even own a scarf but I watched because you're so darn cute. I loved when you mumbled, I have three chins right now :)

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  22. Grade 7 math (or mathS as we call it haha) is a s high as I teach. I already linked your blanket scarf tutorial, but this one is great too :-)

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  23. Awww, your tutorial is so cute (and really informative)! And I love the "awkward" part at the end, too funny! :) Glad your week is continuing to be happy... That Pharell song is totally going through my head now :)

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