• Ways to Wear and Tie Head Scarves

    Ways to Wear and Tie Head Scarves

    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,...

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  • Unconventional Scarf Dos

    Unconventional Scarf Dos

    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...

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  • Fur on Fur

    Fur on Fur

    Fur is one of our favorite textured functional pieces to turn to as winter sits around 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...

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  • Get Scarftastic This Fall

    Get Scarftastic This Fall

    Scarves come in a myriad of styles, designs, fabrics, textures, and materials. Make sure you’re all warmed up and protected from the sharp chill of winter with these must-have functional fashion accessories. Cozy and absolutely glamorous, scarves this season are edgy and packed with snoods of fun.

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  • A Head Scarf is a Multi-Faceted Accessory

    A Head Scarf is a Multi-Faceted Accessory

    Headscarves have been worn for eons for a number of reasons. They can be used for keeping the head warm, to keep hair do’s intact, or purely as a fashion statement. Katharine Hepburn and Grace Kelly made the trend way popular in the 60s. Here’s how to wear a head...

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  • Loop and Tuck Scarf Knot

    Loop and Tuck Scarf Knot

    Instructions: Step 1: Take a chunky scarf and find the middle. Put it on the front of your neck and let the ends of the scarf rest against your back. Step 2: Bring the ends of your scarf around to the front again. Step 3: Take the ends of your...

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