If you’re somebody who hates sport then 2012 is not the year for you.
I don’t know about the other girls but my social life is taking a backseat whilst the Euros are on. In fact, right now I have the football on in the background as I type this post. The nation (and myself) has gone football crazy.
But it’s not just Euro 2012 you’ve got to put up with in terms of sport. You see once the football is over, we’ve got the tiny matter of the Olympics to put up with…
I’m actually looking forward to them, especially as it’s in London. Me and Bhav have got tickets to the Olympics closing show where Blur are performing. No tickets to an actual sporting event but hey I think getting Blur tickets softens the blow a little, ahem.
Before I jetted off on my first holiday, Next had sent me an official Team GB and Paralympics GB supporters scarf. There are two designs on sale, and I received the one on the right (the blue one).
By sending me the scarf, they wanted to know how I would wear it. As you know, scarves are so versatile and can be worn many ways. You can tie it around your neck, across your head, tie it around your wrist, tie it on your bag or simply just wave it around in the air!
I normally wear my scarves around my neck but this one was a bit too small to do that (for my liking). The scarf I have is 50x50cm (which is only a fiver) but you can get the 90x90cm for £10 which I would definitely wear around my neck. As most of the other bloggers have worn it tied across the head, I thought I’d try something different. You know what I’m like.
Inspired by listening to “Drop it Like It’s Hot” by SNOOOOOOOOPPPPPPP, I’ve worn mine hanging on the right side (that’s so not the crip side…nor is it the back side lol).
I took these photos before I went on my second holiday (check me out) and I thought having a hint of the scarf hanging looked alright. Feel a bit unsure now!?
In keeping with the patriotic theme, I decided to wear the colours of Team GB: red, white and blue. I wore my red Beatles t-shirt with my blue jeans and my cream desert boot wedges. Okay, so I cheated with the colour of the shoes but we’ll allow it *winks*.
It looks okay doesn’t it? A great way to support Team GB during the Olympics, and not bad for a fiver! Also all profits from the sale of the scarves will be donated to the British Olympic Association so everybody wins…and hopefully Great Britain will win something in the Olympics too!
How will you be showing your support for London 2012? Are you loving all the sport or hating it?
Scarves image courtesy of Next. All other photos taken and copyrighted by Wardrobemag.com