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If you’ve ever visited Le Quaintrelle, you know that this blogger is a whiz at recreating runway looks without the ridiculously high designer budget. Today Emily is here to show us how we can steal a designer look using our favorite inexpensive accessory.

Spring is here and that means sunshine and warm weather, but it doesn’t mean having to ditch your scarf. Going from winter to spring, a scarf turns from being a necessity to an accessory. There’s a ton of different ways a scarf can be worn that will keep you both cool and stylish. Remember to keep the material light and the colors bright, and you can keep your scarves a part of your wardrobe all year long.

Here’s some ideas of how designers have styled scarves from their Resort 2010 collections, and my (very less expensive) way of coping these looks to show you how to make a look go from a runway to a hallway!


Lutz & Patmos

solid color pashmina

Tip: Try a solid color pashmina

Rag & Bone

lightweight cotton scarf

Tip: Try a lightweight cotton scarf.

Jonathon Saunders

skinny scarf

Tip: Try a skinny scarf.

Antonio Berardi

colorful circle scarf

Tip: Try a colorful circle scarf.

Antonio Berardi

neutral circle scarf

Tip: Try a more neutral circle scarf.

Bottega Veneta

red scarf

Tip: Try a red scarf.

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