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Monday, February 28, 2011

Pirose by Reno Rose Review

I am so happy to say I got the chance to review the Pirose. It's from and to quote from their website, it's a "stylish and innovative scarf with endless fashion potential." I found the Pirose through a random tweet and have wanted one ever since. They have two kinds of Pirose scarves, one is the fashion scarf (which I received) and the other is a nursing scarf. I want to point this out because if this would have been available when I was nursing, I would have had several in various patterns. I am so happy that nursing continues to be promoted and that clothing is starting to catch up with nursing. Now you can be stylish in ways that were never available to me thirteen years ago.

I got the Pirose in the Ori print. I can't tell you how many compliments I get when I wear the Pirose. They send along and instruction card with twelve different ways to wear the Pirose. It also comes with a storage pouch in the matching fabric to protect your scarf when it's not being worn.

I found some other great information at their Facebook page and you can keep up with what the Reno Rose company is doing on Twitter as well.

This first picture of me is how I wore the Pirose for church. You wrap it around your neck like a regular scarf than tuck one end through the slit so it hangs nicely in the front and in the back at the same time. I loved it because it's so easy to create the look, but it looks a lot more complicated than it really is.

This second photo is how I have seen it worn a lot. You just take the longest side and put the point so it is cascading down one arm. Again, you can't get any easier to create this look, but it will garner many compliments. I'm still trying out the other suggestions and finding out which styles look the best on me.

If you've never seen the Pirose before, I would encourage you to take a look and see all their patterns and styles. And for any nursing moms out there, I would have loved to have the Pirose for Nursing when I still had children who were nursing.

Do you have a Pirose? What is your favorite way to wear it?

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