Monday, September 28, 2015

Favorite Things Party - Favorite Scarves Edition

It's SCARF WEATHER, ladies!!!  HALLELUJAH!!!  Well, it's scarf weather here from like 6:00 - 8:00 a.m. and then it's tank top weather. hahaha  BUT, all day scarf weather is coming, so we should probably be prepared. 


My favorite easy, every day, budget friendly scarves are from Nordstrom.  This fringed scarf is so easy to wear.  You just put it on, wrap it around one time and you're done!  It comes in a variety of colors and adds a layer of interest to any outfit.  They make a great gift as well!  In the picture below I'm wearing the paprika color. (the shirt is from TJ Maxx and while it looks cute in this picture, I wouldn't recommend it because it is literally covered in little pulls. Boo!)


I LOVE blanket scarves!  They're warm and cozy and scream Fall and Winter.  Lots of people love blanket scarves too and so if you're looking for something that's a little departure from the same plaids you see everywhere, these two are AWESOME!  Definitely not one that you'll see on every other girl ;)  The one on the right has two different plaids which I think is so fun.


 

Last year I did a blanket scarf tutorial, because they can be confusing to tie.  If you missed it (or need a refresher), here's the video.


This one is on it's way to me and I can't WAIT to see if it's as great in person.  It's over the top and amazing and I think with jeans and a white shirt it will absolutely make an outfit. 


There's always room in my closet for another scarf, and I can't wait to see all of your recommendations!  Happy Monday, Friends!!!'

   
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21 comments:

  1. If there was ever a scarf made completely for you, it would be that Anthro one!! Can't wait to see you wear that!

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    1. I thought so too!!! I'm sure you'll see a lot of it this fall ;)

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  2. I love that video, I pinned it so I can use it this winter! I didn't get a blanket scarf last year but it's on my wish list for this year for sure! I absolutely love a big scarf!
    Linds @ Not A Mom

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  3. Girl, you are the blanket scarf QUEEN! You whip that together so effortlessly! Love!

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  4. I agree with Erika. And I'm thinking that Anthro should probably just name that scarf The Andrea.

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  5. I have never seen a blanket scarf and cannot believe it's literally the size of a blanket! Looks great on you though!

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    1. They're not all that big - but my favorite ones are. Hahaha. They're handy for being at soccer games and stuff as well because you can take it off and wrap up with it.

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  6. I love the plaid Old Navy scarves! I have had in my cart multiple times, just need to pull the trigger!!

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  7. I can not wait for scarf weather! Please Lord, send it soon!

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  8. I love the fringed Anthropologie scarf, but can't afford the $88 price tag. If you find a cheaper version, let us know! It's super cute.

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  9. Both you and Shay have mentioned the fringed scarf from Nordstroms and it's been it my cart forever. Time to pull the trigger! And I agree, the Anthro scarf is YOU!!;)

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  10. I must get a blanket scarf! I have a couple that are a bit bigger, but not full blown blanket style.

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  11. I've always wanted a blanket scarf and love the ones you suggested! Your tutorial is SO helpful! When I finally get one, I'll have to refer back! My favorite place to shop for scarves is Nordstrom. Surprisingly you can find some awesome ones for under $20!

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  12. You should join us for a blogger scarf exchange!!! Because you can NEVER have too many scarves :)
    http://work-it-mommy.blogspot.com/2015/09/favorite-scarves-fall-scarf-exchange.html?m=1

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  13. I just purchased a blanket scarf at the thrift store the other day and I cannot wait to wear it :)

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  14. Great scarves...love your tutorial! I *may* have watched it five times when you first posted it!! :)

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