Ode to the Viscose Scarf

Viscose Scarves are perfect accessories when the temperatures drop, but perhaps what’s most liked most about them is the fact that they can be used all year round to brighten up almost any ordinary outfit. Over time scarves have grown to be alluring extras that have transcended the boundaries of being more than just functional additions, but fashion statements. Continue reading

Ways to Wear and Tie Head Scarves

Tamara-3 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  Continue reading

Unconventional Scarf Dos

trendy scarf Scarves have been a staple attire for centuries now, and have inspired creative endeavors from fashion stylists the world over, with new techniques and chic ways of wearing them to suit more modern avant-garde looks. Here are some featured ways and fun tricks to using scarves in a whole new way of atypical and offbeat styles. Continue reading

Fur on Fur

Fur is one of our favorite textured functional pieces to turn to as winter sits around11831309434_888a76b194_b the corner. What better way to fend off the cold and let loose the diva in you with classic fur on fur combinations, certain to keep you warm and looking totally chic this winter season. Although a fur scarf worn with a fur coat done wrong can be a lot to digest and possibly leave you looking like a hairy primate, if not worn tastefully.

Here are a few inspired looks that will keep you warm as the temperatures drop and have you look your best in fur. Continue reading