Now I hate the word snood - a combination of a scarf and a hood I think? I currently own just this one but my friend wears them a lot and that's what prompted me to dig mine out again. And I found it was easy to tie and had no long ends to get caught in the car door.So here's my snood - a River Island one from last season:
And here I am wearing it a few different ways, along with my Zara snakeskin dress, H&M cardi and River Island ankle boots:
In the first photo, I've wrapped the snood around my neck twice - snug and cosy. In the second, it's just wrapped around once and fluffed up a bit for a fuller look and in the third photo, I've knotted it. So they're more versatile than I gave them credit for in the past. Here's a round up of some great snoods in the shops at the moment.
|Penguin Snood by Brat & Suzie at Room 31 - £12|
|Red Polka Dot (also comes in Navy/Pink) £10|
|Pink Graffiti Print (also in Green) £10|
Another benefit of a snood is that they are great for wearing with closed up winter coats as you don't get any bulk underneath the coat and you've no scarf ends getting caught up in zips - am I the only person who gets annoyed by this? These Next ones look super cosy and I'm loving the three colour ways:
Finally, check out these gorgeous prints from ASOS - I want them all!
Wrap up warm - especially my east coast USA readers…thinking of you all during this scary storm. Also thinking of my sister in law, Claire who's on a shopping break in New York…except they've not been able to do any shopping and have instead been barricaded inside a rented apartment for the past 24 hours. Scary stuff - hoping they all get home safely to Dublin soon. x
|Cable Knit Snoods - Next - £12|
|ASOS Owl Print - £12|
|ASOS Horse Print - £12|
|ASOS Pieces Buster Snood - £11|