Wear a print scarf? Yes, please.
Ever wonder what is the perfect accessory to keep warm and still look cute this winter? Two of the most long lasting trends, prints and neons, are now coming together this season. With this said, I recommend you try a bright print scarf like this Fashionista. This lasting trend can help any trendsetter be bold this season and more to come.
I spotted this Fashionista’s scarf from a distance and thought what a stylish piece that completed her outfit. This mixed pattern design would be flattering with any basic camisole underneath. I love this combination of a bright scarf with her matching red nails and lipstick. Her accessory makes her stand out and even brightens up her outfit. Print scarves have been in for a few seasons now, but this Fashionista renewed the trend by wearing a bright print and matching other accessories to her scarf. Even though this scarf is no longer available, I found another style, a floral print scarf from Anthropologie.
A scarf is a great piece to add to any wardrobe for a quick accent piece. Since scarves are available in all types of materials (wool, silk, cotton, etc.) it can be worn all year round. It is a simple accessory to throw over any outfit to give a different vibe, whether you want to make your outfit look girly or Bohemian, let the print and fabric be your guide to do so. Don’t worry Fashionistos, you can wear this trend as well. Be aware that scarves are sold in many different lengths and can be styled various ways. When purchasing a scarf, pay attention to how you would want to wear it. Check out this fun video, “25 Ways to Wear a Scarf in 4.5 Minutes!”
Besides being obsessed over this Fashionista’s scarf, I also love her outfit. This stylish outfit consists of a cropped navy cardigan, white camisole top, black high-waisted circle skirt and sheer tights. Her moccasins can be found at Nordstrom. This is a great look to wear for a sunny winter day in the city or can be worn on campus for a club meeting or school event.
Spotted: This accessory was featured on DKNY spring 2011 ready-to-wear collection. Looks like this trend will be leading us into the new year with more prints to come.