7/7 Red Dot Scarf Challenge

{scarf as a top: Red Dot, shorts: Zara, gold cuff: Red Dot, sandals: Forever 21}

Another scarf as a Kelly wrap.

Scarfed:) Saw my friend Angel of Travel Ilocandia Tours, also a former Provincial Tourism Officer, and her guests in La Paz.

The Kelly wrap was transformed into a shawl:)

During the course of my Red Dot 7 For 7 Challenge, I’ve discovered so many possible ways to wear a square scarf. And not just that, my old love for fashion was rekindled. The clothes and accessories safely stored in their original boxes literally came out of the closet. I don’t get to shop as often as I did before. It stems from my not-so-new-found passion for green living. The challenge has proven that it’s all too easy and chic as well to reduce, reuse and recycle.

Besides being a fashion staple with a sophisticated edge, the scarf can come in handy in several situations. Alexa and I used it as a coverlet and loved its silky feel during a recent road trip.
It can also lend pizzazz to a dull old furniture. Draped over a lighted ordinary lampshade, the chromatic cast can create a certain mood. I’m so into this bohemian feel:)
It’s lovely as a bento box or book wrap.

Additionally, old scarves can be used as bag dust covers. The possibilities are endless, so I can categorize the scarf as really eco-friendly. It’s one smart, chic multitasking product.

Drop by Red Dot on F.R. Castro St., Laoag, for a scarf:)

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Sustainability on ANC’s Green Living

Caught Green Living on ANC, the ABS-CBN News Channel. It’s a healthy new show, so current and packed with planet-friendly ideas. The episode I watched featured the shared advocacy of  WWF ambassadors Marc Nelson and Rovilson Fernandez and Green Living host Paolo Abrera’s interview with Jeannie Javelosa, one of the three green thinking women behind ECHO Store.

Airing Tuesdays, 9:30 PM.