A good scarf is a universal tool of style. Buy one scarf, get endless possibilities. They can dress up any outfit and keep you warm at the same time!
Meg Johnson is pictured wearing our Chelsea Sweater & Cornucopia Blanket Scarf.
Also shown are our Mariah Maxi in Burgundy paired with a Juniper scarf, and in Hunter Green paired with a Spiced Cider Scarf.
Scarves are 145 cm x 145 cm
If you're not sure how to wear a blanket scarf, click below and check out our short video. You'll be a pro in no time!!
Jack Frost - Sparkling frosty white with sharp, crisp black. Attention black or red coats. A kick for the elegant little black dress or life to jeans and classic black turtleneck. A scarf that lifts any outfit from ho hum to “look at you”
Cornucopia - Butternut squash, pumpkins, falling leaves, mild days and cool nights. A cornucopia of the picture perfect season. Wrap yourself in all that is fall! Looks great with gray, blue, and black.
Candy Apple - Firm, ripe Jonathan apples coated with rich hot, spicy cinnamon. A scarf with the hot, crisp, snap of fall. Pairs well with white, gray, blue and red.
Juniper - Like anticipation of pure white snow on green mountain trees, this item brings the fresh clean colors of the winter season. Pair this scarf with gray, white, red or green.
Spruce - Cool dark nights, the shadow of spruce trees - colors of this accent piece. A warm memory of a forever love. Looks great with yellow, black and blue.
Indian Summer - This scarf speaks of warmth, with the fun anticipation of events to come. Memories and future fun in one addition of the last drop of sun. Use to accent yellow, green, gray or brown.
Frosty - A day to play, new snow, a backdrop of night sky and a snowman to build. Opportunity for adventure in color. Goes great with blue, yellow, white or gray.
Spiced Cider - Cinnamon, hot cider- colors that speak comfort to our day. Colors, when worn bring warmth to our outfit. Wear it with white, brown or yellow.