Since Kevin scooped it up in December I have not gone more than a few days without throwing it on. I'm afraid I'll wear it out.
Next up is Freida Pinto in grey pullover. I couldn't find a good view of whatever that embellishment is on her neckline.
Not sure if it's a bow or a gathered ruffle? One piece or an add on? What do you think?
Here we have the Duffster, one of my favs, with a cute coffee run ensemble. I dig the tone on tone she's got here. The scarf is perfectly simple and super cashz.
The edge could be crocheted or knitted and then sewn on after. I like the relaxed gauge that give it that stringy feel.
Katherine Heigel wears a sleeveless cardi with an outfit I'd love to own. Le sigh. It looks great in the first photo, worn open. The second photo shows what it's like when it's wrapped closed, and look super cozy.
Annalynne Mccord is wearing a chrocheted scarf and eyebrows that are way too dark. We get it, you aren't a natural blond.
Not much to say here. Average scarf on an average tween actress.
But Rihanna on the other hand....
First thought-DomiKNITrix. Julie gave me her first book a while back and there was a similar pattern for a mens sweater. Second-skulls are dead to me unless they are on an Alexander McQueen Scarf. Third-Still a nice bit of intarsia/fairisle. Fourth-Rihanna can wear anything.
Last we have Shenae Grimes, who is an actress(cough) on the new 90210 teen slutfest. Clearly, I'm not a fan. Which is why I'm suprised that she had such a kickass cardi. The musical theme is imaginative, fun and totally great against her tousled brown hair.
That's as nice as I can be talking about this girl who butchered one of my favorite childhood shows. Even with Brenda, Kelly and now Donna resurfacing I can't bring myself to watch any more. It's too sad.