Pirose scarves come in many colors/styles, whether you want a more quiet look or a bold, bright coverlet. I actually received the Janelle, with its quiet, soothing color tones yet beautiful, graceful design. It actually comes with its own little bag for storage; both the bag and scarf are very beautiful and delicate. I’m reviewing it as a fashion piece that can be worn with either casual or dressy. What I like about this scarf is that it’s lightweight, very classy looking; it could be worn in both cold and warm weather. The colors of this particular scarf are very neutral, meaning it could be mixed with several different outfits, making it especially nice for out of town trips when trying to pack lightly. There are more than 12 ways to wear this scarf, so it’s versatile and doesn’t get old. I’ve included a few pictures throughout this post, so you can see some of the ways it can be worn.
Personally, I might not wear it often as a cover, although it does make for a very elegant, beautiful cover….unless I was cold and just needed something to cover up. However, I would definitely wear this scarf in my hair….around my neck….possibly as a belt….etc. I could even tie it onto my bag or purse if I didn’t need to wear it right away but wanted to wear it later. It’d still give a bit of style to my handbag. Even though it does have the head hole in the middle, you can still roll it to where that’s not even visible. It’s a beautiful accessory to any outfit.
Just to tell you a bit about the nursing aspect of Pirose scarves…. With the scarf on, you shift it around, until the wider part of the fabric is covering your front, and voila, you have a nursing cover.Ã‚Â You can also use it as a stroller cover, which makes it even more functional for a mom on the go.Ã‚Â You can keep an eye on baby through the hole.Ã‚Â The Pirose is so small and lightweight that it can easily slip into your purse or diaper bag.Ã‚Â The best part is that it can be washed and dried, as itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s made out of 100% polyester.
There are several different colors/designs available. Some of my favorite include the Jordyn, the Juli, Aki, etc. You can buy scarves specifically for fashion or specifically for nursing, but the fashion scarves are not meant for nursing, so you’ll want to make that distinction when choosing a design. You can purchase the Pirose scarf for $35 in sizes small, medium, or large. They actually compare the three sizes and ways to wear to give you an idea of what each size looks like, as they’re not your typical normal sizing. The great news is that we are giving away 4 Pirose scarves, 2 for fashion and 2 for nursing! There will be 4 winners for this giveaway! You can enter to win by doing one or more of the following; just be sure to leave a separate comment for each way that you enter. I’ll draw the winner, via random.org, on Monday, March 21. Good luck, and have a wonderful day!
- Visit Reno Rose, and tell me which Pirose scarf you would most like to wear; would you choose nursing or fashion?
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(Disclosure: I received a Pirose scarf, free of charge, from Reno Rose Inc, for the purposes of this review/blog tour.)
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