It’s been years since I made this video, and I’ve always been meaning to remake it. Here is part one of the remake!
Here I discuss one of the reasons why I love covering my hair: the intense multi-level pleasure that I get from it! Learn about the different kinds of pleasure we can experience in this world, and why hair covering allows me to start my day connecting to all of them!
Check out this awesome trick! Great for anyone that gets annoyed with having too many knots at the base of the neck! This will change your tichel tying game!
It seems that spring has finally sprung here in Baltimore! (Praying that it lasts!) I love spring for its energy of renewal, rebirth, the rediscover of potential. There are so many wonderful holidays that we celebrate that have the energy of spring:
Purim – allowing us to reveal the hidden
Pesach – enabling us to cast off our chains and grow towards our full potential
I am just so excited to be a part of all this! And here on the Wrapunzel front we are also working hard in the springtime! We are currently launching our new spring line, and we are truly inspired by the potential of these new tichels and accessories! Here are some photos of what we’ve found for you so far! Get excited… there’s more to come!
What are you looking forward to most about spring?
It all started when Naomi Rose posted this photo…
In it, she’s wearing a purple 2 in 1 and a Lakeshore Bliss in Green, a color combo rarely seen! What resulted was an IMMEDIATE snowball effect! We all had to try out this gorgeous color combo! It started with a few ladies…
And then more jumped on the bandwagon… we tried it with different scarves and sashes too!
Finally I had to join in as well! I had been looking for the perfect excuse to break in my purple lace sash… and don’t worry, even though this color is sold out right now we are getting more in!
Thank you Naomi Rose for clueing us in to this gorgeous color combination!!! Love it love it love it!!
Teal, and teal, with teal, plus teal??
I wanted to figure out a gorgeous way to wear this new Teal with Black Threads Limited Shimmery. What better way than to pair it with a Teal Shimmery? (And a teal shell, and a teal shirt…)
Any wild guesses as to what my favourite color is?
And it’s so easy to tie! Here’s the tutorial! I just used a black hair elastic to secure the ends and did a slight zig zag with the front.
I wish the photos showed the lovely “shimmery-ness” more, but you get the idea! What is your favourite current shimmery combination?
So I have a confession to make.
I don’t own as many tichels as y’all think I do.
The reason is that I usually end up giving them to ladies that I end up Wrapunzeling unexpectedly… and that often happens in shows, formal events, and public washrooms! So it certainly helps me keep my collection manageable.
Never have we carried a scarf that I’ve loved enough to want in all colors… until now.
The Tapestry Luxe is awe-inspiring. We first carried it in grey, as a fancy neutral scarf for the elegant and subtle ladies. Then we saw it in Blonde and just had to share it with you as well. Soon after our jaws dropped when we saw the Auburn… now THIS one was my favourite! Oh wait, but I love the blonde and grey too… so why choose? And then we got it in purple.
Basically, I am not going to choose which one I like most, because it’s always the one I’m currently wearing! This is definitely a thick, cooler weather scarf, but it’s so so soft. And the different sides of it (there’s the colorful side and then the gold side) make for so many different wrapping options! I just can’t get enough!
I’ve paired it with a cream&gold Braided Wreath Necklace (made into a headband with the Regal Clasp, of course!) – but usually I just wear it on its own! Here is a tutorial on how to wrap this scarf!
Hope you’re all doing well and if you’re in the cold/icy weather like I am, staying warm and safe!
The Star Trek character Spock, played by Leonard Nimoy who passed away last week, has had a profound impact on my life. Thank you Mr. Spock and Leonard Nimoy for helping for teaching me how to live in the paradox of this world. Here’s the story: