If your like me, and you have a personal love for the art of incorporating scarves into your daily outfit, the ushering in of Spring can be that of a sad thing. It usually means a time to pack those cashmere, wool and knit pieces of self-expression into the box that won't be seen for another 5 months, something that I'm far from happy about. But then, I had an epiphany. Why must we limit our love of scarves, and the art there of, to just the months when snow lie on the ground? Who's to say it's wrong to wear the beloved by many a metrosexualgarment during the spring and summer seasons? This season I'm going to go against the grain, put on my sheer scarves, and be a rebel with a cause- to promote the notion that it's ok to go with the flow- of the scarf blowing in the wind on a summer day. My only change? Instead of thick knits or cashmere, I'll tr light silks and breezy sheers; something that won't pack in heat, but will pack in some major style points.
Pictured are some my scarves I plan to wear this summer season;
Welcome to Mountains of Style. This is a site from the mind of me, Brandon Brewer. I'm a sophomore in college, and a self-proclaimed card-carrying member of the fashion obsessed club. This blog is dedicated to style, local and broad fashion, art, news, and the lifestyle in which the fashionably obsessed choose to live. If your thirsty for nothing more than mountains of style- feel free to drink up.
Im the crazy guy you see on the street dressed non-arguebaly weirder ("better" as I like to call it) thank most other guys, smoking a cigarette. Im random, Im social, Im antisocial, Im predictable. I love fashion and style but I had unoriginality. I long for the life away from the mountains that define me, but while Im here, I try to have a little style along the way.