Scarf & Styles

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My affair with my scarves is ever-lasting. Scarves can change your look seductively. Also, a scarf can be your lifesaver for when your head is not washed or your dress is looking somber. It can even help you stay cool during summer or warm in the winter.

A scarf is a fashion accessory that never loses its sheen with time. A scarf is also known as a Kremer, stole, muffler, shawl or neck wrap. Do you know that scarves are recognized as a “new power symbol” for women? Those days are gone when they were used to cover the head but now with the passage of time, scarves have witnessed different styles and patterns all over the world. They are simply timeless and there are ample styles for you to wear them all year-long. So, scarves can be your next favorite accessory.

Check out my ultimate guide on how to wrap them in a stylish way:

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  1. Scarf Beads- they are simply beautiful!

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2. Leopard Print Stole- hold it like a gentleman!

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3. Infinity Wrap- goes rolling along!

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4. Check Print Stole- tie wrap!

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5. Leopard Print Stole- a feminine look!

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6. Scarf Beads

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7. Body Scarf

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8. Rectangle Scarf

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Thanks for reading! Keep checking back for our next style statement.

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21 Comments

  1. Despite my lack of fashion sense, scarves are my one weakness! I love them and collect them, although the collection is not huge or anything. They always look better on the store mannequins though lol. Thank you for your tips! Maybe now I can give those mannequins a run for their money lol 👏🏼😉❤️

      1. Hehe I definitely will! When I have a look to share, that is 😉. Right now it’s horrendous–button down plaid western shirt and either sweat pants or cargo pants. Not exactly Milan material LOLOL 😉💞. But I promise I will when I actually pull myself together, reclaim my fashion dignity, and dig out a righteous scarf 😉💜

  2. Interesting post, MT. I live in Pune. I’m recently widowed and have two grown children in the U.S.. My husband was an Indian citizen and I’m American. All the best in your future blogging. I’ve been writing and blogging since 1914. 🙂 — Suzanne

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