ϻasks are the number one accessory we just can't leave home without these days because their importance in limiting the spread of the Covid-19 virus cannot be overemphasized according to the CDC. Lately, I found use for my old scarfs by converting them into face masks like I did in these pictures. There has been so many videos made on how to convert a scarf or piece of cotton fabric into face mask without sewing and if you have not yet seen any of the videos, just do a Google or YouTube search. In this outfit, I'm wearing a chambray (light denim) dress shirt over a pair of denim shorts and a pair of slides which has somewhat become a summer uniform for me. Whenever I'm not in a cotton top and denim, I'm usually in a cotton or linen dress. For me, comfort is key this summer and since we are not going anywhere anyways, I put comfort over style. I completed the look with the hobo straw bag and I love the simple, natural look it gives to the whole outfit. This outfit can be worn to the grocery store on a hot summer day and is even great for just lounging around in the house or sitting on the porch. I hope you have found multiple use for your scarfs also this summer. Stay safe and sanitized and thanks so much for reading.
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