As we move even deeper into autumn and our craving for a pumpkin spice latte grows even stronger, we dig out our coziest clothing to keep us warm. Like most people who live in an area used to the rain and fog, we at Quest are great at layering up. Or, even if some of us hate the cold, we sure do look good while hating it. There is an accessory almost every Quest student owns to ward off the fall chill: a wonderful scarf.
Scarves were all over street style looks for London fashion week, allowing all Fashionistas and Fashionistos to transition gracefully into the cold. Scarves are the perfect fall accessories for a number of reasons. First, they’re versatile. If it’s cold in the morning but hot by the afternoon, so you can throw your scarf in your bag and your good to go. Another great reason to rock a scarf is that there are so many different kinds of scarves. From huge cable knit to light cotton, scarves come in all shapes and sizes to fit your perfect look. Not to mention the number of ways to style a scarf is almost too many to count; Anyone can throw their own style into wearing one.
This Fashionista opts for a knit, eye-catching scarf to brighten up her rainy day. I love how she plays with colors you would not expect to go together, like purple and orange, but makes them look so good! A pair of hunter boots completes her fall look. With her added knit accessories, this Fashionista is sure to stay warm and fabulous all autumn long.
Want to look for your scarf sole mate? It is sure to be out there. Details to focus on for scarfs are in the material. Do you need your scarf to ward of some serious cold? Head for a thicker knit scarf or a wool scarf. Want a scarf that is able to transcend the seasons? Check out a thinner cotton or silk scarf that you can rock in any month of the year. You could also be prepared for anything and begin a collection. Either way, a scarf is essential accessory for any complete wardrobe.
Spotted: Mui Mui featured other cozy accessories like cable knit socks and tights in every color for their spring 2014 ready-to-wear show during Paris Fashion Week.