Scarf It Up! Spring Trends to Try Now

Gone are the days when scarves were just a cold-weather necessity! Appropriate for everything from casual weekend wear to office-ready attire, spring scarves are one accessory you shouldn’t live without. Take a look at these spring scarf trends featuring some of our newest and cutest arrivals — and sing away those winter blues once and for all!

Spring Trend: Prints & PatternsThis trend is likely the most versatile, with a plethora of options ranging from striped scarves to scarves with polka dots! Take this opportunity to mix prints and patterns, such as striped blouses with animal print scarves or a chevron dress with a tribal print scarf, for a fresh look that will stand out from the crowd.

Pictured above: Caitlin Polka Dot Skinny Scarf | Liza Colorblock Zebra Scarf | Fiona Leopard Pashmina | Candice Feather Scarf | Sarah Striped Two-Way Scarf | Liz Tribal Infinity Scarf | Delia Giraffe Print Scarf | Mimi Metallic Leopard Scarf

Spring Trend: PastelsNothing says spring like pastels! So, how can you wear pastel scarves without looking like an Easter egg? Pair pastels with a neutral base color such as black, white, or nude, or mix and match pastels (but try to limit your pales to avoid the Easter-egg effect). Whether solid or printed, these scarves are a must for your spring wardrobe.

Pictured above: Juliet Lace Scarf | Nicole Cotton Scarf | Heidi Striped Infinity Scarf | Marley Skull Scarf | Renee Polka Dot Skinny Scarf | Mila Cross Infinity Scarf | Beth Geometric Skinny Scarf | Margie Solid Color Scarf

Sprint Trend: Floral Scarves

April showers bring May flowers … and this trend captures that saying perfectly! Floral scarves are great for adding a touch of femininity to any outfit for even the most un-girly girl. From paisley pashminas to tropical infinity scarves, floral scarves come in nearly endless options and colors to fit a scarf gal’s style. Pair a striped dress with a floral scarf and a light jacket or blazer for the perfect spring look.

Pictured above: Sophie Floral Loop Scarf | Haley Floral Dot Scarf | Lilly Paisley Striped Pashmina | Paige Hawaiian Flower Scarf | Angela Paisley Scarf | Louisa Floral Scarf | Justine Floral Pashmina | Britta Floral Lace Infinity Scarf

Kaelah of The Clueless Girl’s Guide

Scarves Dot Net Style Guide Blogger

Over the past few months, we’ve asked our favorite fashion bloggers to knot, twist, tie, loop, twirl, drape, braid, and style our very own scarves. The result? A Scarf Style Guide featuring fabulous scarf looks styled by real life ladies.

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Our most recent scarf spotlight is a winter-inspired look by the lovely Kaelah of The Clueless Girl’s Guide. This creative Tennesee gal loves graphic design, photography, and blogging about her fabulous life. We can’t get enough of her feminine, eclectic style, too! Get to know Kaelah in our interview below, see how she layered one of our winter scarves to perfection, and grab some inspiration for staying snowstorm-chic.

Psst … speaking of snow, grab our Polar Vortex-ready scarves here


If you were on a deserted island and could only take one thing from your closet, what would it be?

Kaelah: I’d take this vintage Hawaiian-print dress I snagged from the flea market. It’s the perfect ’50s cut, but lightweight enough to feel breezy in a hot/humid environment. I mean, I’d want to look nice when I was rescued, right?!

If you could brunch with any blogger, who would it be and why?

Kaelah: Elsa Billgren, probably! I love her whole look/style. She looks like loads of fun!

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Biggest fashion faux pas?

Kaelah: Do you really want to know? Okay, so in high school, I maybe (totally) wore one of those scrolling LED belt buckles that was bedazzled all the way around. Yep, I had a scrolling marquee right below my waist. At the time, I think I programmed it to say “Kaelah <3 Kyle” (my boyfriend at the time). Am I ashamed? You betcha. Would you believe I was voted Best Dressed in high school? Me either. So shameful!

Best fashion advice your mom ever gave you…

Kaelah: “Throw those pants away.” Sounds way harsh, but man she was right. I was so into ripped Hollister jeans in high school. My jeans looked like they were pulled from a woodchipper. Hindsight is 20/20.

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If there is one song that would be your life theme song, what would it be?

Kaelah: “Independent Women” by Destiny’s Child. 1.) Because it’s totally true and 2.) It’s Destiny’s Child! And yes, I totally know that song is from 2000. Gotta love the throwback tunes!

Annnnnd which scarf knot from The Knot Library fits your style the best?

Kaelah: I’m totally a Boho Loop Tie or Ascot Wrap. Definitely.

Thank you to Kaelah for being a part of our special project!

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12 Scarves to Wear During the Polar Vortex

Baby, it’s cold out there. Like really, really cold. While we’d prefer lounging poolside in some tropical location over trekking through the arctic tundra, we’re trying to make the best of the situation. Our remedy for the Great Polar Vortex of 2014? 12 of our warmest and most popular scarves, so you can stay warm while braving the elements and look cute doing it!

Click through the scarves or find them in the list below to snag your favorite!

12 scarves to keep you warm during the polar vortex

Moriya Knit Infinity Scarf Blake Knit Scarf Lena Houndstooth Infinity Scarf Patti Solid Color Pashmina Cambridge Houndstooth Wrap Scarf Dylan Infinity Scarf Lexy Leopard Crinkle Scarf Jackie Circle Scarf Kayci Knit Loop Scarf Monica Houndstooth Scarf Danica Cozy Loop Scarf Buckingham Plaid Scarf

Featured Scarves:

Moriya Knit Infinity Scarf | Blake Knit Scarf | Lena Houndstooth Infinity Scarf | Patti Solid Color Pashmina | Cambridge Houndstooth Wrap Scarf | Dylan Infinity Scarf | Lexy Leopard Crinkle Scarf | Jackie Circle Scarf |  Kayci Knit Loop Scarf | Monica Houndstooth Scarf | Danica Cozy Loop Scarf | Buckingham Plaid Scarf

Pantone-Inspired Scarves & Accessories!

At, we’re head-over-heels for the latest Pantone Color of the Year! Rich, vibrant Radiant Orchid is just the right amount of playful, polished, and pretty. Plus, purple has always been our choice for adding drama to our look (it’s the color of royals, after all)!

If you’re a little shy about this in-your-face color at first, stick to a scarf, accessory, or makeup addition — we love pastel pops of this color for your winter/spring wardrobe and a bright splash in the warmer months. Here are a few of our favorite Radiant Orchid-inspired pieces to wear all year long! Talk about a smart investment. ;)

Find all purple scarves here >

Pantone-Colored Scarves and Accessories

 Snag those scarves! (clockwise) Alexis Paisley Pashmina | Gabrielle Ombré Pashmina | Helen Bubble Pashmina 

(Psst … find each accessory pictured above here!)

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