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!
Wow, that looks really neat. I have never heard of these before, but they look cute. Love that color blue.
Love that it supports a good cause
Ohhh I want one! That color is spectacular on you by the way!
I definitely want one of those too! Thanks for sharing. We are going to New York (brrrr) for the holidays. It looks like you can make it kind of dressy or casual. I went to the website and they have a woman on a video showing you how you can wear it in a million different ways. Here's the link http://www.isabelgarreton.com/how-to-twist.html