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Okee dokee…This isn’t nail related but I just had to share this lovely fashion statement piece with you! I was contacted by MoonCats ~The Scarf Expert~ about featuring one of their scarves on my blog. Cheeyah! Oh, and as I get more items to review here I plan on adding a page to my blog that will be fashion/beauty-related, apart from my mad, mad, mad lacquer world that saturates my daily life. πŸ˜‰

I have to give a quick shout out to my beautiful niece, Chelsea Rodman, for agreeing to model this gorgeous, lightweight scarf which is a perfect seasonal transition fabric that I will explain in this article. Which her golden locks and fresh face, I couldn’t resist dragging her into my project. Also, huge kudos to my freelance photographer son, Nathan Duncan (yes, this is a family affair), who is already an established fashion/fine art photographer and owner of Photoalchemy. His work is truly amazing! Thank you both for playing along.

Let’s take a look! This particular scarf is called Pop Taupe, and is 100% Viscose. It’s light as a feather and a perfect neutral shade.

Pop Taupe is described as a frayed fringe scarf. The scarf you can grab every morning when you're running late for work, being sure it will match your outfit.

Pop Taupe is described as a frayed fringe scarf. The scarf you can grab every morning when you’re running late for work, being sure it will match your outfit.

100% viscose, Weight: 3 OZ, Length: 71″, Width: 32″. Hand washable. This style also comes in Black Cat and Pop Grey.

MoonCats explains, "This is a timeless classic that you MUST have in your dressing room. You will love feeling its soft fabric on your skin, as well as its sweet grey-brownn shade!"

MoonCats explains, “This is a timeless classic that you MUST have in your dressing room. You will love feeling its soft fabric on your skin, as well as its sweet grey-brownn shade!”

The Pop Taupe scarf is so light you'll forget you're wearing it. It is 100 percent Viscose, which is described by Wikipedia as, "Viscose rayon is a fiber of regenerated cellulose; it is structurally similar to cotton but may be produced from a variety of plants such as soy, bamboo and sugar cane."

The Pop Taupe scarf is so light you’ll forget you’re wearing it. It is 100 percent Viscose, which is described by Wikipedia as, “Viscose rayon is a fiber of regenerated cellulose; it is structurally similar to cotton but may be produced from a variety of plants such as soy, bamboo and sugar cane.”

MoonCats also has a plethora of other scarves in all fabric types, styles and weights. From infinity scarves for men and women, to hats, gloves and even Cashmere items. And shipping is FREE on all US orders, plus free exchanges and returns.

These scarves are long enough to tie in knots, wear partially on your head and trailing down, around your waist or tied on your purse. You're only limited by your imagination.

These scarves are long enough to tie in knots, wear partially on your head and trailing down, around your waist or tied on your purse. You’re only limited by your imagination.

Moon Cats is a fashion accessories brand, selling exclusively online at MoonCats.com!
Most of MoonCats super trendy scarves are less than $40 from chunky oblong scarves to wraps and oversized capes, trendy light weight scarves and super lovely infinity scarves, and even some styles for men. Don’t forget they have elegant gloves, warm knit winter hats and stylish headwraps, starting at $24.95. And they offer free shipping to the US both ways!

β€’ Here is my special coupon code for 30% OFF on ALL the products. The MoonCats code is: LACQUEREDLORI30OFF

Photo credits: LacqueredLori, Nathan Duncan of Photoalchemy
Model: Chelsea Rodman

*This product was sent to me by MoonCats for review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated in any way.

You can also follow me on Instagram (I’m lacqueredlori) and on Facebook I’m lacqueredlori. πŸ™‚ Links are also at the top of my blog page, just click/tap on the icons.

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