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Should You Wear a Scarf?

By |   September - 22 - 2010

Scarves, or commonly known as wraps, are an accessory that not a ton of people wear. But when you see someone wearing one and they look really cute, you think to yourself, maybe I should own a wrap… Well I’m here to tell you YOU SHOULD! And I’m not talking about winter scarves, everyone wears those. I’m talking about those floaty material wraps you wind loosely around your neck over a tank top or flow-ey shirt or button up jacket. Those red paisley scarves are the most well-known pattern for wraps, but there are many, many more patterns and colors for scarves that you can buy. I included a few examples below of some cute scarves that are much more stylish. And as for what to wear them with, don’t mix bold patterns with them unless you’re wearing a non-patterned scarf, wear simpler looking shirts, and don’t clash colors or styles of clothing (like don’t wear a furry winter coat with a floaty wrap because they’re totally different styles of clothing, and don’t wear a bright green scarf with an orange shirt..ugh!). So if you’ve had your eye on a pretty scarf in a certain store but was unsure whether to buy it or not, go get it before somebody else does! And if you haven’t found one for you yet, try clicking on the designer names below or going to the Scarves/Wraps category. And good news, Fall is the best season for wraps!

Madewell by J CrewCactus Paisley Scarf $35.00 (on sale) Leigh & Luca New YorkBest of Nirvana Scarf $165.00 TiloHand Dyed Scarf $125.00

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