I’ll stop wittering on about Whistles soon but first just let me show you this scarf….

Remember the Whistles terrazzo print scarf that I showed you yesterday? Well here I wore it for my final shopping day of the week. Whistles does some great prints each season and a scarf is a nice way to tap into those prints without having to spend a huge amount of money, whilst at the same time updating your wardrobe.


Often Whistles will do a shirt/top/skirt/dress and sometimes trousers in a print – so in a way the scarf is at the bottom of the food chain but that’s fine with me. I’m not averse to scurrying around on the metaphorical sea bed of a brand! But it’s hardly a hardship – I love scarves for the way that they can pull an outfit together in an instant.


I wore the scarf with a pale green cashmere All Saints jumper which I bought from an outlet store over the summer (which has now closed, boo!) navy Cos trousers, Zara boots and a Marc Jacobs bag. My husband bought the handbag for me as a present for our 10 year wedding anniversary which was nearly 4 years ago now. Now there’s a thought – do you reckon 15 years deserves another handbag? I have nearly a year to plan. Heavens knows what he deserves….

Later on in the day I swapped the cashmere jumper for a pale pink Zara knit and the trousers for khaki green Next coated jeans – for a cooler (in the temperature sense) and slightly more relaxed look. Then I got into the school run, cooking dinner and doing the washing though so no snap of that outfit. Sorry!

Wishing you all a fantastic weekend!


  1. GlamRosie
    September 28, 2013 / 5:02 pm

    The scarf looks gorgeous against that cashmere jumper Beth, great find x

    • StyleGuile
      September 29, 2013 / 1:33 pm

      Hi Natalie – thank you, that's very kind of you. I think I saw a nice mint green bag somewhere but not being able to afford it, went for a mint green jumper instead – odd how these things come about isn't it?! Hope that all is well with you all. x

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