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3 Scarves You Need to Survive this Winter

I don’t know about how the weather is where you are, but it’s already getting cold in New York. Like ICE cold. Too cold to get by with just a leather moto jacket from H&M – even though it seems everyone in the streets doesn’t realize it yet. But here are three different scarves – all from Scarves.com – that you definitely need to survive winter!

The Heathered Knit

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This classic scarf style is perfect for both fall and winter, because it’s soft knit style looks just like something your grandma could have made with matching mittens! Wear it knotted or draped around your neck, either with a black or camel wool coat, an army green jacket, or a leather moto.

The Blanket Scarf

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Your friends will love you when you meet up with them for brunch with a wait outside wearing this scarf, because it’s large enough to wrap around at least three people! This reversible blanket scarf has two tartan patterns that can tame a bright coat, or liven up a more boring coat. Fold it over to show only one print, or drape casually to display both patterns.

The Neutral Pashmina

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I’ve been wearing this gray scarf nearly every day since I got it, because it is the perfect color, perfect light yet warm fabric, and perfect drape worthy scarf for casual and more dressed up looks! Even though this pashmina is lighter than other ones I own, it does not sacrifice warmth, and easily fits into my purses for discreet storage.

Scarves.com has hundreds of high quality scarves in different styles and colors, most ranging from $10-$25! In addition to scarves, they has other winter ready accessories like gloves, headbands, and even sunglasses. Plus, shipping is FREE!

What scarf styles are you planning to wear this winter season?

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  1. Oh la la! I had no idea of this resource and am in desperate need of a new scarf now that I’m no longer a SoCal girl. I cannot wait to check out their selection. Great post! #BLMgirl

  2. Scarves are my go to for the fall and winter! They are the perfect accessory for just about anything! This post is perfect for those who don’t really know “how” to accessorize their winter coats. Love it! #blmgirl

  3. I have scarves but l don’t wear them during the winter. Since, you showed me how to incorporate them I will this winter.

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