I love a scarf. They’re versatile, cool, fun, inexpensive and they can be the perfect accessory to brighten up a drab winter ensemble. Gone are the days of your grandmother’s scratchy gray wool scarves.
Today scarves are made from just about any material you can think of. Silk, cotton, wool, pashmina, linen you name it. And the designs and colors could make any rainbow blush.
And best of all, they can be worn by anyone. Kids, adults, women and children.
A few of my favorite brands include Abercrombie & Fitch, J . Crew, Juicy Couture and StyleWe who has some nice European style designer clothes for women.
There are all sorts of styles and patterns too. Why be boring and just have a solid black scarf (as I did growing up in New York City)? There is a plethora of scarf designs out there waiting to be worn. You can even get hand painted or treated scarves for the one of a kind look.
And buying a scarf doesn’t kill a budget either. They are a simple way to add a splash of color and individuality to your wardrobe for usually less than twenty bucks. That’s actual fashion “cents”.
Here are a few scarfs I found that I really liked. And yes, both scarf and scarves are acceptable uses of the word (I had to check it!).