Extreme One Scarf Challenge and Challenge of the Week!

 

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Hi, Justine!

 

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: One of the things that I (Rachel) love about our weekly Wrapunzel challenges is how they encourage creativity and for women to step out of their comfort zones, all while having fun with wearing tichels (or hijabs, veils, etc)! Occasionally, we might find ourselves in circumstances where we have to be flexible with how we choose to wrap our heads. This can happen during Challenge of the Week when the color or theme chosen isn’t a personal favorite. Perhaps, our favorite scarf is in the wash or that perfect outfit we pictured beforehand just doesn’t look right with the scarves and accessories chosen. A travesty, for sure! 😉

One fangroup member, Justine, recently had a trying experience with wrapping and truly embraced her situation to its fullest! Take a moment to read about it below:

 

 

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The infamous vacation scarf!

 

“On my recent tropical holiday to visit my parents, I didn’t bring any scarves. I had just started wrapping part time for fashion, and didn’t want to waste precious suitcase space for something frivolous.

But once I was there, I found myself yearning to wrap my head. My mom had a scarf in her closet and she let me borrow it. I have had fun finding all sorts of different ways to wear it. The distinctive ombre made for interesting opportunities! I also really enjoyed posting pictures on the Wrapunzel Fangroup page and getting so much positive feedback. Thanks for the love!”

Justine was gracious enough to share her daily creations with us and you won’t believe the number of different looks she achieved with just one scarf! Check them out below:

 

Talk about turning lemons into lemonade! How inspiring!!!

One of the Challenge of the Week ideas we’ve been been toying with for some time is creating multiple different looks with the same scarf, just like Justine has done here! Think of it as an extreme #onescarfchallenge! edit: Feel free to accessorize away and combine your choice with other scarves. Choosing just one and creating a few looks with it throughout the week can be the ultimate exercise in flexibility and I am so excited to give it a go! Something tells me this will be a good one…

Would you like to participate in this unique challenge? Head on over to the Wrapunzel Fangroup and share your pictures using the hashtag #wrapunzeledinone. If you would also like them featured on next week’s blog post, make sure to also post them in the comments on the pinned post at the top of the Fangroup page, so we know to share them. If you’re not on Facebook, you can also email your pictures to us at wrapunzelthestore@gmail.com with the subject line “Challenge of the Week.” We can accept up to 5 headshot-style photos per person – no collages, please! Can’t wait to see what you create!!

6 thoughts on “Extreme One Scarf Challenge and Challenge of the Week!

  1. Ombre scarves are THE perfect one scarf wonder choice. I absolute adore mine, and have them in every color I can get my hands on. No matter what you do with them, they always look a lot fancier and more complicated than they really are. 😉

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    • Yes! I realize that I forgot to mention that bit in the post, so it has since been edited to reflect that. So sorry!

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  2. I am stunned at what Justine could do, especially as a new wrapper. I’d like to see her do a video going through several of those wraps using an ombre. She is a wizard at making a color or two disappear.

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  3. I love how she used her imagination to achieve so many looks!

    One of my 4 scarves is a multicolour ombre, so this is a great challenge for me to play with it.

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