Wednesday, March 21, 2012

how to wear a warm-weather scarf!

I went to organize my overflowing stash of scarves the other day and separated them into two distinct piles... warm weather (these got moved to the front of the closet) & cold weather (these got put away for a while).  Cold weather scarves are those that are made of wool, cashmere, heavy cotton or any blend of those materials.  They are made for keeping you ultra warm and cozy through the winter months.  But there are scarves specifically for warm weather as well - these are usually made of cotton, polyester, silk or a blend of these materials and are made of gauzy and thinner gauge fabric.  These scarves are designed to be worn when it's warmer out and make perfect layers for cool evenings and mornings. Especially in the spring or when lakeside.

I personally love to wear a warm-weather scarf with a simple outfit of jeans and a t-shirt for a relaxed and stylish spring look!  Here are some ideas...


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