Fashion Friday: 10 Favourite Scarves For Fall
I’m so happy right now, friends! With the cooler temperatures making their way into our lives this week (and more to come!) I can officially say that Scarf Season is back! It’s time to pull your gorgeous collection of scarves out of the closet — or perhaps it’s time to treat yourself to a new one?
I recently brought home a cozy leopard print scarf and today I’m sharing a few of my favourite scarves from all around. Enjoy!
Canucks love plaid. I’m just going to come out and say it. I actually believe fabrics of a plaid distinction are inherently warmer… what do you think? 😉 Try on this cozy style by Urbe.
Hello, foxy! I can’t resist the cuteness of this fox-print scarf available via Aspire Style. It’s just too adorable, folks.
Mimic the gorgeous reds of the season with this lightweight style by Free People.
I’m always after deer-printed gear. It comes with having Fawn as your middle name… I just can’t help myself, and this lovely woven number by aCutee is calling out to me!
Such gorgeous colours! Reminds me of a sunset actually. This one’s from ModCloth.
More foxes? Don’t mind if I do. This one from Not On The High Street comes in a few different colours.
Keep it simple with a cute black and white print scarf via Forever 21. Easy on the pocketbook, this one.
Filled with Autumn harvest colours, this style by Scarf Obsession is light and airy, and great for this transitional season.
Lastly, my favourite. A gorgeous knit, contrasted with leather, by Three Bird Nest. Take a moment to browse through the rest of their shop… it’s a goldmine!
Lately I’ve been opting for lightest scarves, as it’s just not quite cool enough to break out my big knits — but soon! Soon! I’m excited for those brisk afternoons where the sun is shining just enough to keep your toes from freezing, but it’s chilly enough to make you want to layer up with cardigans and wool!
How about you? Are you more into chunky knit scarves? Or lighter ones? Statement scarves? Or simple?
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