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Scarves aren’t only for family ski trips and shoveling snow, they can be used all year long! Yes, you may think of them as winter gear and part of your kid’s winter safety attire but they aren’t a one trick pony. Just Google scarves in summer and you’ll get a whole array of ideas on how to use scarves in warm weather. From tank tops to dresses to anything short sleeves a scarf could go with that.
I had a chance to review a Nimli Kitara Scarf. I choose to pair this scarf with a black summer dress. This scarf is called Queen of the Jungle. Fitting, huh?
It’s a leopard type print scarf with the traditional colors of white, black, and orange. It’s made of a 100% viscose, 72 inch length x 22 inch width, is imported, and is dry clean only.
This is what Nimli had to say about this scarfs designer:
Contemporary collection of scarves inspired by the east. Drawing from classic lines and modern touches, the collection offers a stylish and elegant approach to essential accessories.
I found the material of the scarf to be very soft and comfortable. Not itchy at all. The scarf is pretty sheer. Thin enough to see through. The bottom ends of the scarf have a fray detail.
My scarf either had a rip in it that was previously repaired or a separate piece of fabric was added to make it the desired size or it just may be a random stitch. It’s hard to tell. It’s not noticeable at all unless you are inspect it closely like I am.
Overall, I really like the scarf! Especially the feel of it. I can’t stand those itchy fabric scarfs. I also like that it’s light weight making it extremely versatile for any type of weather. Just keep it loose and flowy in the summer and wrap it up a lot in the winter.
To purchase this scarf or pretty much anything. Visit Nimli. It has it all. It’s a marketplace of makers and sellers that’s sure to catch your eye. Please visit the Nimli website to learn more.
Are you a scarf person? Have you ever worn a scarf in summer?
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Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.