Mystery Monday, Ferragamo Spring 2011 Head Scarf: PAMELA PEKERMAN
If there was any dought that the 1970s is going to be the decade du jour this coming spring, Hollywood’s golden gals set us strait – Farrah Fawcett hair and all – at last night’s Golden Globes. Jennifer Lopez looked stunning in her Zuhair Murad gown, followed by a short, angelic number from Marchesa for the after party circuit. Other notable Boogie Nights-inspired looks: Sandra Bullock in a blush, one-shoulder Jenny Packham gown with sparkling embroidery, Julianne Moore's one-shoulder misstep (sorry just didn’t feel the excess fabric) in Lanvin, and Angie's emerald green (another one of the evening's trends) backless gown with pointy shoulder pads.
Not planning on going to an awards show any time soon? Have your own 70s style statement with a chicly wrapped silk scarf around your head. Salvatore Ferragamo had a slew of interesting and soothing prints sashay down their spring 2011 runway. Reasonably priced (by luxury brand standards) at $160, the scarves are great way to buy into this iconic fashion house. My sister owns several of their scarves and is quite happy. My current count: zero. But, that might change this season. The scarves will be available at select Salvatore Ferragamo boutiques nationwide in March, but you can get on the waitlist by calling 1.800.628.8916.