Itsatwist – A multi-functional Accessory that Supports a Good Cause!

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Living in the tropical climate of Miami, Florida often has a downside that many don’t consider…for instance, the lack of seasons! I simply love pea coats, scarves and knitted caps, but I can rarely wear them because our temperatures don’t normally drop below 50 during our “winter” – and I use that phrase lightly.

I recently received a beautiful scarf from Itsatwist to review, and I am happy to report that not only is it totally adorable and stylish, but it is lightweight enough that I can use it as a decorative accessory even when the weather isn’t very cold!

Not only was my Twist beautiful, but I thought that the packaging was perfect for gift giving! I know a few ladies on my gift list that would love to receive a Twist! I can’t call them a scarf because they really are more than scarves!

You see, a Twist is a wrap…a scarf…a hood…a belt…you are only limited by your own creativity! There is also a video on how to twist to help you decide how to wear yours!

Itsatwist creations come in three different categories:

Spirit Collection – Man made fibers with wool puffs, priced at $56.

Adventure Collection – 100% hand-dyed wool, priced at $76.

Indulge Collection – 100% natural Alpaca with wool puffs, priced at $156.

I received the Blue Inspiring Moment from the Spirit Collection, and I couldn’t be happier with it. I have to warn you though, I am already wanting to add more to my collection!

Best of all, Itsatwist is a gift that gives back.  Itsatwist is manufactured entirely in Chile, by disadvantaged women who have been taught weaving and embroidery by Isabel Garreton, the founder of Itsatwist.  100% of the proceeds from the collection go back to the women who create them, making each Itsatwist a gift for two.

Check out Isabel Garreton’s Facebook page for more great looks on the Twist!

 

*I received a Twist to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own!

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