Spring is in the air!

February 12, 2013

I had a few extra minutes today downtown and decided to stop into Neecee’s. I love this store and enjoy coming in and looking around every so often.

Neecee's

Today, what caught my eye was this rack of beautiful scarves shown in almost every vibrant color imaginable. All I could think about was springtime and how some of these pieces would go with so many things I already have in my closet.

A scarf is a very inexpensive way to spruce up a wardrobe and give your standard winter wear a splash of color. It’s also helpful to look to visual sites like Pinterest and Facebook that show new ways to wear scarves and make them look different so you can wear them over and over again.

With the dreary winter weather that’s been hanging on, who else needs a little pop of pink, orange, and red to help get a spring in their step?


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Tasha Eland (Mills) was born in Minnesota and raised in both Florida and Montana. She spent lots of time enjoying ‘beach school’ with her mom in Florida and learned a thing or two from her dad while he was on a ranch up near Grass Range during her childhood. (1. Cows enjoy baths when they are tame and 2. Nothing smells better than fresh cut alfalfa on a warm summer morning). She attended MSU – Bozeman for 2 years and completed her degree in Marketing at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, FL. After graduation, she moved to Denver with her husband, Jon, and spent 2 years there enjoying life in a “big city”. 9 years ago they moved to Billings and after adding 2 kids and 2 dogs to the family are now glad to have finally figured out where home is. Tasha works in Marketing Services part time for Allegra Marketing | Print | Mail where she helps companies figure out the who, the what, and the how when it comes to marketing their businesses. When not at work, she enjoys running, hanging out with family and friends in the ‘Hood (a.k.a. Josephine Crossing), and shopping!


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