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Joan Smalls

Now, this is how you rock a scarf. Joan Smalls for Vogue April 2013 by Patrick Demarchelier.

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  • seriously

    Why? Do people just not care anymore? This is only acceptable in the privacy of your home.
    Get dressed and comb your hair before venturing out.
    Pajamas, slippers, scarves, rolllers, bonnets, etc. should not be seen in public.

    • Chacha1

      I think the right scarves worn in the right way can be fashionable especially if they’re worn in the right places (the beach/pool, road trips, and so on). They can be worn as headbands, or replace hats, plus sometimes it is cultural. I don’t always associate them with bed time. But this right here? It just looks like she woke up.

    • Starla

      @seriously..Nothing at all wrong with a nice head wrap. The above picture is ridiculous and far from fashionable, but I do love to see some of the different head wraps women do with lovely scarves. How about a turban? do you think a turban is a better alternative to the scarf?

      Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned is considered one of the best dressed woman in the world, and she wears a wrap all the time as she is Muslim:http://easybreazy.wordpress.com/tag/women/

  • Ain’t nothing cute about rocking a scarf as pictured above. Looks like Saturday morning house cleaning couture.

  • talaktochoba

    at last, a black model who somewhat resembles a…(gasp) black woman!

    now if we could just do something about those mambo sprouts purported to resemble hair–less petroleum distillates, maybe?

    • Chacha1

      Stop it. You can find many photos and models on Clutch and other websites by black women that feature black women that range the color spectrum and also have natural hair.

    • talaktochoba

      oh, you mean like this picture?

      or did you mean Zoe Saldana, Rihanna, Beyonce…yeah, i see that you’re zoo right!