So, when I did my first BIG floral watercolor last year, I had an immediate a-ha moment. I thought these suckers would make a GREAT scarf. So, I did some research, even had a meeting, then let the idea get buried in the craziness of life. Thankfully I kept painting.
But then, somehow it all suddenly fell into place when someone reached out, and here we are. Say hello to my first (of what I hope will be many designs) Goldfish Kiss Scarf. Not a collab. My own l’il label. And I couldn’t be more thrilled with how this beauty turned out.
I wanted something big enough to double as a coverup if needed, but also soft so you could also wear it when you need a mood-boosting tropical vibe pick me up on cold grey days. So these suckers are big, breezy but also versatile and if worn around the neck will also give you a little cozy hug. Heck, they’d even look cool hung on a wall.
Now, onto the deets:
Fabric = 90% Modal 10% cashmere
Size = 40in x 71in (100cm x 180 cm)
This design is of the Beautiful Things painting I did a few months ago.
They’re bright, with slightly frayed edges, semi-sheer, and hopefully something you’ll love and cherish (and maybe want to collect more designs as they come along, too.)
I’m too excited to write much more.
Yup, I’m done.
Goldfish Kiss scarves, find them over at goldfishkissgoods.com.