Wrapunzel in the Kitchen!

My husband snapped this photo as I did dishes at the end of a busy, magical day.  I was very happy with this outfit choice!  (Earlier in the day I was wearing a shorter light blue skirt, but switched to the grey later for cello playing!)
andrea grinberg wrapunzel

The tichel I wore was a happy experiment!  I am really enjoying using pins to create interesting drapes and poufs with the ends of scarves.  This one was no exception!
andrea grinberg wrapunzel

Hope you are all doing well!  Are there any new looks or ties that you’ve been experimenting with?

Elegant & Earthy (aka clothing post #1!)

You asked, and I have listened!  Here is the first of hopefully many posts where clothing matching suggestions are included.   Many ladies shy away from anything other than solid colours when covering; I know I used to!  However, this need not be.  As long as you use the scarf to pull out and enhance colours of your outfit, the scarf can actually allow you to wear MORE colour combinations than you previously would dare.  I am looking forward to showing you how this is possible as I post more clothing advice.

But I digress.  Here is outfit #1!  Often for my outfits, I pick the scarf first (because obviously that’s what I love choosing the most), but in this instance, the shirt was one I had been wanting to wear for a while, so that was picked first.  The brown skirt and layering shirt were easy choices, and the orange and gold scarf matched the shirt perfectly!  Even though the scarf has silver threads in it, the gold earrings and pin were a good match.  I could have easily added a green sash to the scarf wrap as well.

andrea grinberg wrapunzel outfit

You may recognize the scarf as the background curtain of many of the tutorial videos.  Remember?
andrea grinberg wrapunzel tichelThis scarf was delegated as a curtain because I previously thought it was too thick to wrap well.  Since moving, the pashmina “curtains” were taken down, and I decided to try wrapping it on my head!  I don’t think this will going back to being a curtain any time soon 🙂




The scarf was wrapped in a basic pashmina regal wrap.  Here is the result!

andrea grinberg wrapunzel tichel pashmina

I hope you are all doing well and having a lovely weekend!
Love, Andrea


It’s cold, I needed to wrap something quickly, and I’m going to be outside quite a bit today.  So of course, a pashmina is exactly what I need to wear!  (See tutorial on how to wrap pashminas here.)  I especially like this one because it’s so soft, warm, and the colour is beautiful.  A pretty antique-y pin pulls the look together perfectly.

Pashmina Tutorial :)

Ahh… the illustrious pashmina.  So soft, warm, and elegant.  Most ladies who live in climates that dip below 10 degrees Celsius own at least a few of these to keep cozy in the winter months.  Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could wrap them on our heads as well?

However, sometimes using pashminas as headscarves can leave us with residual feelings of itchiness, slippiness, manuverability complicatedness… and most of all… that dreaded BULKINESS.  Now, I for one admire those rare women that can pull off a wide and volumous pashmina wrap, but it takes a lot of guts and the right face shape.  So where does that leave the rest of us?

Have no fear, Wrapunzel is here with a pashmina video tutorial!

Pashmina Love!

Hello Everyone!  Today I am rocking a pashmina scarf, wrapped in a “Regal Wrap” style.

regal wrap turban wrapunzel        IMG_8305


Many of you have written, requesting a tutorial specifically devoted to pashminas, especially on how to make them look less bulky.  Bli neder, I will be making a video tutorial all about pashimas tomorrow!  Today I decided to experiment with some styles in preparation for the video, and here is what I wore out of the house from morning til night!

I hope everyone had a lovely day ❤