Monday, January 5, 2015

It's A Wrap...

I absolutely adore this type of a wrap,
and as you know, in Houston during our mild winters,
most of the time this is all we need.

call it a poncho, a ruana, a shawl, it doesn't matter.

it's beautiful, simple to wear, and gives one a very elegant look.

I think the fur is knitted onto an underlying fabric so it would be kinda stretchy & lightweight.

what do you think?



Mary said...

I'm with you on this one Marsha - it's absolutely drop dead gorgeous, and the glorious color! I just want to get my chilly little hands in it, feel the softness around my now wrinkled neck - who would even notice wrinkles with something this beautiful enveloping it! Anyone sitting behind me in the theatre would be soooo envious, who could blame them. Perhaps there's a knitting pattern available, I have the big needles ready, haha!

~ Have a happy week ~

Emm said...


michele@Portlandia Vintage said...

Unfortunately the fur is hideous

VM Creation Atelier said...

I am totally in love with those kind wraps,Marsha!
Capes or ponchos or big and SO comfortable shawls.....Mmmmmmm,perfect!!!

La Contessa said...

WELL YES MADAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!THAT IS SO ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DO you have any of those long scarves to GO SEE!

Marsha Splenderosa said...

I'm laughing, Mary !
You are a doll !

Marsha Splenderosa said...

I know there are many people who do not wear fur at all. And, I respect that. In some ways this looks a bit like shearling because of the curliness. That's OK because nothing had to lose their lives.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

Yes, My Contessa, I do have the scarves. And, just re-ordered again.
Tell me which ones you want via email.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

I often wear them over coats, just as an extra piece to keep me warmer. This works really well in very cold places. xx's

D. A. Wolf said...

Stunning. Oh, do I wish I could pull this sort of thing off! (Being of the Lilliputian persuasion, it's next to impossible if one isn't stick thin.) But it is gorgeous!