French women have an obsession with scarves. They’re like our security blanket. It’s true, we wear a scarf almost every day of the year, whether it’s “un foulard” (think Hermès) or “une écharpe” (think oversized wool scarf).
Even in the spring and summer, I always like wearing a light pashmina scarf for those breezy summer nights or the cold office air-conditioning temperatures.
This month, I’m so excited to be collaborating with lou lou boutiques on their amazing Pashminas for Patients campaign. For every pashmina scarf purchased in stores or online during the month of May, lou lou is donating one pashmina scarf to cancer patients at Inova Fairfax Hospital and Howard County General Hospital.
Pashminas bring comfort and style to many patients in hospitals with cold heads due to chemotherapy or other medical treatments. They also give patients the confidence to fight and get well. Pashmina scarves come in different colors and can be styled in many ways to keep patients warm while brightening their day!
The pashminas are made in India and are the softest! They range from $18 to $25 and come in beautiful pastel and bright colors.
I picked a soft grey color which looks très chic with an all white outfit, perfect for Memorial Day weekend!
You too can help cancer patients feel better during their stay at the hospital. Just go to lou lou’s website and order yours before May 31st!
Hope you enjoyed this post.
As always, thanks for reading!
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