33-Worthy Friday

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nepali by tdm scarf
neplai scarf bambi zebra
size 12 fashion blogger
Shirt: Gap | Jeans: NYDJ “Marilyn” | Shoes: Softspots (similar) | Scarf: Bambi 1 Square Zebra” c/o Nepali by TDM Designs | Bracelets: Silver cuff (similar), indigo bracelets c/o Lifetherapy

It's Friday! When I got dressed this morning I was thinking more about the rain and wearing some shoes other than the black Cole Haan sandals I have worn for almost two weeks straight (those and these are the only shoes I can carry off with the hurt leg). After getting dressed I realized that this outfit is all pieces I would choose if I was doing Project 333 (details here). While the white jeans are a different pair (last year's jeans fit but they look strange, too low rise and a bit too short in length too), everything else is something I would choose if I had to pare down to just 33 piece in my closet.

This scarf has become quite a favorite, and I can't believe this is the first time it has been featured on the blog. If you know me in real life, you know I wear this scarf weekly. It's a soft bamboo that has gorgeous drape, the cadet blue shade is quite versatile, and it just feels good around the throat. This is the type of scarf I would take on vacation; it would be a great wrap on a plane, a cool shawl with an LBD, and can even be tied around the swimsuit like a pareo. All that, and you're doing good by buying a scarf from Nepali by TDM Design!

I am proud to have partnered with Nepali by TDM, a company that creates opportunities for poverty-stricken women to generate sustainable income in Nepal. They are also invested in a literacy and education campaign throughout the country. Nepali by TDM Design's mission is to bring about social and economic change by allowing women to participate financially in their society. All their scarves are hand-made in Nepal from natural materials and eco-friendly, azo-free dyes. You'll see int he coming months that the clothing and accessory companies I partner with are ones I admire for doing more than making pretty things. Be they companies who give back to the community, improve this world, or care about how and where their products are made, I am proud to give them some visibility. I've been working with Nepali by TDM Design for several months now, and find them to be sweet people who truly care about the world around them, and the scarves are fabulous quality and high on style.

UPDATE: If you too like Nepali by TDM Design scarves, they are offering all Wardrobe Oxygen readers 25% off with the code wardrobeoxygen.  Happy shopping!

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  1. June 10, 2013 / 2:07 pm

    Your happiness is overflowing in this outfit. Thanks.

  2. June 7, 2013 / 11:11 pm

    I really like that it always looks like you and your husband are in the middle of a good laugh when he is taking your pictures. It just makes you look so happy 🙂

    honestly, I’ve always wanted white jeans but can’t find anything that I even remotely feel comfortable in. You’ve inspired me to at least keep trying.

  3. Dawn
    June 7, 2013 / 11:37 am

    You look great! And I LOVE that painting behind you (what I can see of it).

    • June 7, 2013 / 11:39 am

      It’s a pretty awesome painting Karl’s grandfather did of himself. He’s on a boat in aviators, a can of beer in his hand. His wife always hated the painting, when they moved to assisted living we found it in the basement and they said we could have it. Grandpa passed away a few months ago, it’s so great to have this badass self-portrait hanging in our living room to remember him! 🙂

  4. Julie Heinrich
    June 7, 2013 / 11:19 am

    I love the scarf! Of course, I simply cannot wear scarves very much in the summer because it is too hot here on the southernmost place on the Texas coast. When I go back to northern Mississippi this fall, I will resume my scarf-wearing and look forward to cooler temperatures.

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