November 20, 2014

Must-Have Fall Scarves

Fall Scarves

I've been been singing fall's praises since the first leaves fell, but this week I've really been feeling it. And by "it" I mean that brutal, sharp wind that makes you add an extra sweater in the morning.

I've also been grabbing for my favorite scarves as I run out the door. Below are the three I reach for the most. My advice to you: best get to bundling up, girlfriends!

Plaid Zara Scarf 

Plaid Scarf: Few patterns say "it's fall" like plaid. I especially love the blanket plaid scarves that are perfect for getting wrapped up in. Since it's a classic pattern, it can make an outfit more polished.
Leopard Print Scarf 

Leopard Scarf: This scarf has gotten me through 3 fall seasons -- proof that this is really a must have. Since leopard is a neutral (if you don't think so, we can't be friends), you can wear it with so many different outfits.
Knitted Scarf
knitted scarf: This is truly the warmest, most worn scarf I own. If you don't own a knitted scarf, you're basically telling the universe that you want to catch a cold.
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18 comments

  1. I really love plaid and animal print scarves...aside from the scarf I rarely wear animal print LOL!! I love the one you have!! Hope you have a great weekend!!


    www.blovedboston.com

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  2. Great choices! I have a leopard and plaid, but the cream looks amazing.

    xo, Amy Ann
    The Real Arnolds

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  4. First off, love the new look of your site. Second, love those scarves! You are on point with these three choices, especially the leopard print one. Because, yes, leopard IS a neutral!


    www.girlinahotcity.com

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  5. I am loving everything about this post! First, you are beautiful! Second, love your shot of your three scarves. Third, we can be friends bc leopard is the neutral of choice in my closet.
    So, I've got it covered...a knit cowl, a leopard infinity & a big long leopard scarf, and a few plaid ones. We are on the same page:)
    Your blog looks fabulous.
    XO, Gina
    http://classyeverafter.blogspot.com

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  6. Um yes yes and yes! I'm obsessed with that leopard one! I hope you have a great weekend!


    <3 Shannon
    Upbeatsoles.blogspot.com

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  7. Scarves are hands down my favorite accessories. So chic and so warm, and these are great picks.
    xo, Whitney and Blaire
    Peaches In A Pod

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  8. I love scarves, any color, style or length! Leopard scarves are my fav go to! Great post love! TGIF!

    XO Chelsea www.shesaidhesaidfashion.com

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  9. Great post! I have the leopard (which I live in) and the knitted, but I have yet to purchase a plaid one...definitely need to get on that!


    Shannon
    www.clothesandquotes.com

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  10. I love scarfs and have been living in my blanket one. I'm on the hunt for a grey knitted one now though. Also, that lip color in the last picture looks good on you! Have a great weekend!


    Niocle
    Nicole to the
    Nines

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  11. I cannot stop buying scarves! My favorite cold weather accessory.

    Heidi D.
    www.wishesandreality.com

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  12. Currently wearing a knitted grey infinity scarf. (Feeling so on top of things after reading this post)

    xoxo,

    http://petitemaisonoffashion.blogspot.com/ ♥

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  13. I love this post, such a great idea and so true! Great picks!

    Eleventh & Sixteenth

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  14. These are all great picks - my favorite is the plaid one (:

    - Deniz

    www.dressedupdeniz.com

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  15. you rock these scarves! such a darling post!

    kelseybang.com

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  16. These scarves are all so cute. You look amazing.


    pinkandnavystripes.com

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