Hi everyone! I was recently contacted by UncommonGoods to see if I'd like to review a scarf from their collection. For those of you that may be unfamiliar with UncommonGoods, they are a company that sells unique items, from jewelry and accessories to housewares to kid things and tech accessories. Many of their items are handcrafted by independent artists and/or made from upcycled or recycled materials. As an artist myself, I really appreciate that UncommonGoods supports handmade, creative pieces. I can definitely see myself doing a bit of early holiday shopping with them, and might snag one of their handmade pieces here.
scarf: c/o UncommonGoods
sandals: c/o Lane Bryant
For this review, I selected a Shibori Tie-Dye Scarf. I like the fact that it is hand-dyed, making each one unique, and that it utilizes a Japanese process of tie-dye called shibori. It’s definitely a unique twist on the hippie-esque tie-dye that I’m so used to seeing! It arrived quickly and was perfect out of the box. It’s made out of 100% cotton, so it’s light and perfect for spring/summer, but can also be layered for the fall. I think this scarf, or one of these options here, would be a great stocking stuffer for the holidays.
Overall, I think this is a pretty great scarf, and perfect for throwing on to punch up an outfit. In fact, I like this scarf so much that I asked UncommonGoods if I could have a second one to give away to one of y’all! This giveaway is open internationally to all my readers and all you have to do is use the Rafflecopter below to enter the giveaway by October 6. I’ll announce the winner here on the blog and email the winner as well. This scarf would be a great little present for yourself, or even a gift for a loved-one for the upcoming holidays. You can see more of their under-$50 gifts here.
(photos by El Boyfriendo)