The Scarf Trend

I have always had a thing for scarves. I think back to the mid 90’s and I can remember exactly what I wore to the Master’s golf tournament the first year that Tiger won. Not because I’m a Tiger fan, but because it was a memorable moment in golf history and I really loved the outfit I was wearing that day. It was the perfect GAP outfit made up of a pair of khaki cigarette pants, a sleeveless white button down and a dusty rose colored scarf with little flowers. I kept that scarf for a long time after they went out of fashion and now they seem to be making a comeback. Bloggers are rocking scarves all over Instagram. Something about a scarf makes life a little more glamorous to me, like back in the 50’s and 60’s when woman wore them often around their heads or necks. Anything that makes me feel a little like Jackie O or Grace Kelly is perfection in my book. They both had such impeccable style and while we’re talking about it, I would be tickled pink if pill box hats and women’s driving gloves came back in fashion. Seriously!! What a classy time in fashion. But back to scarves….

I’m a little upset that at some point I decided to get rid of my small scarf collection and I have recently decided to start a new one. I purchased a pretty little red one from Madewell for $12 last week and I seriously want to wear it all the time. Scarves are easy to wear and can make a simple outfit look more polished. You can wear them around your neck, around your wrist in a bracelet style or several different ways in your hair. Check out the ways I styled my new scarf and go pick up one of your own.

My oldest monkey was playing photographer while this one was just playing.



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