Scarfing it Up

Wouldn’t one of these scarves look great as a wrap with a simple shirt and long necklace, or draped around the neck and paired with big earrings? Very Parisian.

They are made by company Project Isuga and benefit children who have lost their parents to AIDS by providing them school lunches through the South African Children’s Resiliency Project.

Apparently this little guy is scared of dogs. I’d like to take him home and introduce him to Blue. My mom once made the brilliant observation that Blue is just one of those dogs you picture trotting along at the heels of a 7 year old boy. (Not a 31 year old chick. Sorry, Blue!) But thanks to the help of these two great organizations, Nkosi has a great home with his brothers and sister and a full tummy as well.

So bundle up in one of these against the snow storm that’s just arrived, and stay tuned for another little giveaway from across the pond courtesy of the amazing Mark of

Images via Project Isuga.


About Meg Davis Hely

I'm a New Jersey native who finds herself living in New England with a soft spot for presents, pretty things, and businesses that do good.
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