When we think about accessories and all of the options that we have to choose from, scarves are the most versatile. They can be worn around the neck, on the head, as a headband, or even as a belt. Scarves are the perfect accessory to jazz up any outfit for those special occasions and they keep you warm, comfortable, and cozy during outdoor fall activities with family and friends.  Because scarves are made with various fabrics, they can be worn all year around regardless of the season. With fall right around the corner, let’s take a look at a few ways you can style your scarf this year.

Around the neck

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On the head

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As a headband

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Oh, and we can’t forget about the fellas! They love scarves just as much as ladies do.  Men also love fashion and they care about style and the way that they present themselves. During the fall months it’s common to see men wearing scarves as either a fashion statement or just to keep warm; or maybe a little bit of both. Whether it’s a businessman in a suit on his way to a meeting on a brisk fall morning or a dad casually dressed while dropping the kids off at school or even a college student on his way to class, you’re sure to see the different ways in which they style and wear their scarves.
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I think it’s safe to say that scarves are a fashion statement in and of themselves. Whether you choose to wear one as an accessory or as the focal point of your outfit, scarves are universal and they look great on everyone. You don’t have to be a certain age, gender, race, or ethnicity to show off your scarf style. Like any other garment or accessory, scarves are another way to express yourself and your own sense of style. There is no wrong way to wear one. So when you’re out shopping for your fall wardrobe this year, don’t forget to grab some scarves to accentuate your outfits and most importantly to express YOUR sense of style. Have fun with it!

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