Sunday, January 6, 2019

Three Scarves to Liven Up Your Wardrobe

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If you follow me on Instagram or have read this blog for a while, you'll know that I love accessories, especially scarves. I have a huge scarf collection and am known for not being able to pass up a new scarf. I especially enjoy buying scarves as souvenirs; they are really the perfect souvenir as they are small and light! You'll always find room for a scarf or two in your luggage! And I love remembering a trip when I wear a scarf! Finally, a scarf is absolutely essential on an airplane, no matter what time of year. I like taking two - one to use as a pillow and the other as a blanket.

I like adding new scarves to my collection because they can breathe some fresh air into an old outfit and really change the look with little effort and (often) money (depending on the scarf you choose).

This winter I have been wearing three of my winter scarves over and over again, and I think everyone should have a version of them.

1. A Solid Color Scarf


I think everyone should own a solid color scarf in a color that complements most winter jackets and coats in their wardrobe. I bought a light pink scarf (with matching hat and gloves) before my Germany trip because the color goes so well with my grey winter jacket. I got all three pieces for less than $50 because they were on sale, and I used a reward.

Details: Scarf, Hat, Gloves

 2. A Plaid Scarf


I love plaid scarves for fall and winter. I opted for a red plaid scarf, and I love how festive it makes any outfit. But I think a grey/white/black plaid scarf will be next (I'll try to wait until the fall to buy one).



3. A Colorful Scarf


Winters can be dark and dreary, even in California at times. What better way to brighten up the day than with a colorful scarf? My wardrobe consists of mainly neutrals, so adding a colorful scarf is an easy way to add some life to an outfit. My striped scarf is pretty thin and not too warm, so it works well with coats as well as with a sweater indoors.





Here are some scarves I wouldn't mind adding to my wardrobe:



Questions: Do you like scarves? If so, what is your favorite scarf at the moment? 



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Be well,
Andrea

15 comments:

  1. Anonymous1/06/2019

    Great scarves! I like the striped scarf that you linked!

    Mary

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    1. Isn't it great?! I'm hoping it's going to go on sale soon...

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  2. You got a great deal on the pink scarf, hat and gloves! Unfortunately, they are not on sale anymore...

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    1. Yes! They were on major sale after Thanksgiving. Hopefully, they'll be reduced again soon. I'm eyeing the grey scarf...

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  3. Scarves are truly an easy way to add interest, other colors or warmth to any outfit!! And you're right...they are wonderful souvenirs!!
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    Jodie
    www.jtouchofstyle.com

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    1. Thanks, Jodie! Have a wonderful week!

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  4. These are such great scarves! I amt he same, I'll never say no to a scarf! They are a fun touch and way to add a little extra colour or interest to an outfit - and they can keep you cosy too! :)

    Hope that your 2019 is off to a good start and you're having a lovely week :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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    1. Thanks, Mica! Glad you support my scarf addiction! ;-)

      Hope you are enjoying 2019 so far!

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  5. I love to wear scarves because I cycle a lot. And it is so nice warm with a scarf over my ears! I am knitting one now!

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    1. Yes, scarves are great for cycling! Knitting is so relaxing! I should try to do it again...

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  6. I love scarves, the stripy one is my favourite
    https://lookingfabulousat50.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks, Anna! I love the striped one, too! And I really want to get the striped one I linked to. But it would have to go on major sale for that to happen...

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  7. I am sporting my first ever blanket scarves this season. Never really THAT cold in El Paso but it is cold where I work. My blanket scarves are keeping me warm inside!!

    Seems everyone likes your great striped scarf. Love the colors and how beautiful that mural behind you complemented the scarf.

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    1. Yes, I also wear scarves to keep me warm at work! The barre studio where I work at a few hours a week is in an historic building with high ceilings, and it's always cold outside the studio room. So scarves are a necessity.

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  8. Your sweet boy is looking so grown up!

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