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A Little More Spring On Your Neck—Erm, Step!

Spring has popped up quite suddenly and brightly across most of the US and with the surge of heat beaming on our skin it’s only natural that we are jonesin’ for what will be the hottest Spring trends and the perfect accessory.

I’ve always been a scarf girl and when it comes to winter, I rarely go anywhere without my infinity scarf in tow—since the weather has changed its tune, I’m ready to update my look and share my favorite stylin’ techniques so you can find the perfect spring knot to complete your look:

Like the season, everything has gotten a little brighter—and with that said, so will your accessories—opt for a more whimsical shade when selecting your scarf and remember, unlike the necessary weight of a winter one, this scarf will be more partial to different knots.

What I also love about the sheer material of these pieces is how many different places you can wear them—use it as headband and you’ve embodied the perfect vintage ensemble; add another layer to your dress and secure one with a high waisted belt to add some more flavor to a look.  With so many patterns in your grasp, the possibilities are endless.

Not wanting to totally dress up while you’re running errands? Spring scarves will be your partner in crime all season because they add an extra layer of fab while also helping to dress up a plain white tee and pair of skinny jeans.  Keep an open mind when it comes to knots and play around with a few depending on your mood and personality—you’ll find yourself planning an entire outfit around one scarf soon enough! :)


Bre D’Alessio

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