Swooning over this adorable look by Rebecca of The Clothes Horse featuring our Patti Pashmina Scarf in Black! Rebecca is a 27 year old blogger living in Pennsylvania. When asked what her fashion philosophy is Rebecca answered;
Scarf Style Guide
Mix and match styles are bold fashion statements to make this season. It’s all about which print looks grand on what. Although staying safe with expected combinations in block neutrals offset with graphic print scarves remains a popular look. Bolder personalities have found a way to shine in contemporary bohemian pairing of print on print.
Add a dollop of fun and fab with a printed scarf that adds playful dimension and flavor to a tribal motif blouse or paisley print top. Be it graphically stylized in trending grunge skull and cross bones, or your favorite animal or bird, printed scarves haven’t looked cooler than when matched with another print.
Leather and red lips!!! We’re dying for the weekend so we can try out this trend. Meet Natalie of Style Stun! Natalie is a Southern California native who has made fashion her passion. When Natalie isn’t blogging about her mega great fashion sense she is spending time with her little family. Natalie’s great taste is definitely being passed on to her little sunshine, Aliah, who is just as stylin’ as her mama. We are swooning over how Natalie styled our Marilyn Leather Infinity Scarf with some killer red lips! Send Nat a little hello and stop by her blog! Happy shopping!
Priscilla of One Lovely Precious tells it like it is when she says “It’s all about the accessories!” We love this chic outfit enough that we may try to replicate it for casual Friday tomorrow!! We love how Priscilla accessorized a basic outfit like skinny jeans and white blouse with our Rebecca Leopard Infinity Scarf and a structured handbag! Show this lovely lady some love and stop by her blog.
Scarves Dot Net is thrilled to introduce Noelle of Noelle’s Favorite Things! We’ve never met a girl more vintage than this. Noelle is a 20-something fashionista living in Brooklyn who loves peter pan collars and bunnies! We love how she styled our Best Seller the Tyler Plaid Blanket Scarf with a sweetheart handbag and sweetheart elbow patches. Doesn’t she look so cozy? Show her some love and check out her adorbale blog!
Meet Alyssa from Platinum and Penniless guys!! We love her edgy, trendy look! This fashionista enjoys spending time with her dogs, she loves live music and instagram. We are drooling over how she styled one of our favorites, the Clau dia Silk Scarf with a fringe handbag and denim jacket for a real 90’s girl look! Show Alyssa some love and check her blog for some serious outfit inspiration here
Classic and elegant evening wear calls for an extra bit of fashion to make the occasion even more special and memorable. What better way to achieve sweeping style with a delicate, almost gossamer scarf neatly pinned or knotted on a shoulder? A scarf simply draped across your shoulders or even held in place looped around the elbows makes a startling difference to an evening dress.
Head scarves have been used for centuries now for both fashion appeal and functional elegance. Worn to keep warm, protect hairdos and hair from hard weather conditions or purely as a fashion statement, head scarves premiered as fashion trends in the early 60s. Iconic figures like Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, and Katherine and Audrey Hepburn all made scarf styles popular.
Head scarves have become more than just fashion statements, however. They have become ways of self-expression, particularly for those who have gone through medical treatments that resulted in hair loss. Scarves have become an
Acclaimed by fashion gurus the world over as the new fashion necklace this season, scarves remain to be top hot and popular style additions. Everybody, men and children included, enjoys wearing scarves as soon as the temperature drops. However one of the most common obstacles women face is what to do with their scarves, apart from the ever mundane double loop around the neck.