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The Trendsetter: Scarves

October 8, 2010

Erase that crazy idea that scarves are strictly a winter accessory and get a hold one of the reoccurring fall trends; scarves as an indoor outfit accessory.

For far too long women of all ages have believed that scarves are just for keeping our delicate necks warm during the chilling winter months (which seem to last forever in this state)! ¬†Instead, a new idea has evolved; a scarf that can keep you warm and double as a fantastic indoor accessory. Every fall I see more and more women embracing the idea of a scarf that can be worn for practical and fashionable purposes. Who said fashion isn’t practical?

The most important thing to remember when buying a scarf that can serve dual purposes is to think of fabric. A cashmere scarf is more appropriate as outdoor wear. If you’re looking for an all-day fashionable scarf, try to find one with fabric that is flowy yet sturdy enough to keep you warm when you’re outside. I love long woven or knit scarves that can be doubled up outdoors and then retied for a trendier look inside.

Any department store is a great place to being your search. Scarves come in solids, patterns, light-weight, heavy-weight, and I’m not referring to boxers! Search online or look in magazines to get an idea of what you want before you crash into the scarf section and are overwhelmed by the plethora of options!

One of the only pictures I have of me wearing a scarf just so happens to be a picture of me eating! I was in Venice, eating the BEST pizza on earth…it had to be documented!

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