Anchors & Stripes Bandana featured on Chronically Vintage Blog
The fabulously vintage obsessed Jessica from Chronically Vintage has been saying lots of lovely things about our nautical Anchors & Stripes Bandana. In her post Nautical by Nature, She chose our bandana to feature in her nautical-meets-landgirl outfit and she matches it perfectly with a mid-century vintage enamel anchor shaped brooch and a made-by-herself vintage inspired anchor charm bracelet.
"I really like this charming nautical print headscarf from Inkabilly. It's lightweight, expertly made, has excellent colours, and would go with a million and one different nautical inspired looks. I could easily see packing it the next time we were headed to the ocean, but know that it will get plenty of wear around these landlocked parts as well ...."
You can read the whole article here
Photos by Tony Cangiano
Jessica's blogs are always far more interesting then mere outfit descriptions, her posts are always full of personal snippets and interesting facts, and she writes about more than just retro fashion and style ... vintage recipes, homeware, and her musings on assorted elements of daily life. Well worth a read! She also has her own vintage store on Etsy!
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