Make Your Own Scarf Hanger

What to do with all the scarves you have tumbled together in a drawer or basket. If you are one of those who can’t be asked, to neatly fold every item and secure them from unravelling into a mess, then we have a few ideas for you. These inventive suggestions from scarf world, are ideas for anyone who lives in limited space and needs to be creative with their storage .

Make yourself some personalised hangers, using an adaption of the traditional coat hanger. Use wooden ones, and even paint them up to look more attractive. Buy yourself a set of Novelty Teapots Amber Bracelets Wholesale Glass Tea Sets that are large enough to loop the scarves through. String them on to the bar of the hanger and you will find that you can drape ten or fifteen scarves from just one of them. You could put them in the wardrobe with your other clothes, or make a colourful feature of them hanging from the inside of a door.


Screw a panel of wood,that you can decorate, to a cupboard wall or back of a door, and glue a row of wooden clothes pegs to it, personalise them if you wish. One scarf per peg and you will have a very decorative wall hanging as well as an easy way to store the scarves without them getting creased. Another variation would be to use bungee straps instead of pegs if you wanted to drape the scarves, rather than have them being pinched by the clothes pegs. Just cut the large clasps off and glue or pin the ends to a board, which you can paint in funky colours.

Try a set of interesting door knobs, each one different, but big enough to hold the scarf in place. Reproduction antique knobs can be purchased quite cheaply, and would make an interesting retro feature.

Collect interesting individual hooks, and arrange them randomly on a back board that could be cut to a pattern. Paint each one a different colour and hang one scarf on each of them.


Smallish woven straw baskets can be fitted to the wall, in a vertical line or random pattern. You can keep all manner of personal items of clothing in different ones. These splashes of colour will look like baskets of spices from a distance.

If you are lucky enough to find an old wooden ladder, cut it down to about four or five steps length. Sand and varnish or paint it with interesting designs and colours, then screw it to the inside wall or door of your cupboard. There will be space behind each rung allowing you to drape all your scarves over them.

As you can see there are a lot of possibilities, and you may no doubt have your own ideas as well. Experiment and be creative, it can be a lot of fun finding a solution to hanging items. Please take time to look at our wonderful range of scarves; we may have just what you are looking for.


Summer Scarf Styles

The scarf is not just for winter, it is an all year round versatile garment that can make an individual statement or be part of an ensemble. Not only will colour and style be an important factor in your choice, but something simple as how you go about knotting it, can create a myriad of different impressions. You can mix and match to your heart’s content and at affordable prices, allowing you a drawer full of possibilities. A scarf will refresh an existing outfit, making it feel different. Let’s look at a few hints to start your summer scarf adventure.

Don’t think of a scarf for just around your neck. It can adorn a hat, making the band an important feature, even trailing down the back. Loop a thin scarf through your waist band making it a very impressive belt. A small silk Bandana could be tied around the wrist like a bracelet or fixed to the handle of your bag,to add a bit of moving colour. Hold your hair in a ponytail by using a small silk scarf or use a broad folded Bandana for the Axl Rose look. The motto is to be inventive.

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Bustiers are a great way to look cool in summer. They can be worn with a long flowing cotton dress, a flash of midriff and especially a loose casually tied matching scarf . Slip on the sandals with just a few tiny beads attached and away you go skipping through the grass. They are also just right for slipping over a bathing suit so you can sip your Martini at the pool party.

A slight summer breeze and you can adopt the young Sofia Loren look and be a 50′s icon by tying a nice colourful scarf over your head,allowing the hair to fall partly free at the front.

Going out for the evening? Then try a Hijab style scarf, pair it with a smart blouse and some seriously high stilettos.

What about the cowboy look with a light denim jacket and jeans? Tie the scarf in a knot to one side for the equestrian/bohemian image.


Double loop a long thin summer scarf and drape over shoulder, for the student, just dashing look. Great with army type canvas jackets or the trusty leather version. Save the heavy knotted and tangled variety of scarf for winter.

For the older shoulders try a large, light cotton or silk patterned and colourful scarf, that will distract, yet cover sensitive areas of the neck and shoulders, but still allow the summer air to sooth you.

At work, a light scarf can complement a dress suit or smart formal wear. Wear it like neck tie with a loose Windsor knot. Try a Peter Pan blouse with small rounded collar, to soften the hard edges.


9 Amazing Scarf Hacks

The scarf is an amazingly adaptable piece of material; it can be used in numerous ways to create inventive accessories that will liven up an existing collection of clothes. With affordable prices and the expanding variety of designs, sizes and materials there is no need to go out and buy whole new outfits, unless you can’t resist shopping. So here are a few scarf hack ideas from Scarf World, which will have you looking at the humble scarf in a whole new light.

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1. Two large silk scarves, complimentary colours but one plane, one with interesting design. Stitch together along from either end, on one side about two or three inches, and up the two sides about six to eight inches, depending on your size. You should then have gaps for arms and head, bingo! You should have a trendy summer slip on.

2. Buy a large colourful but cheap wristwatch, take off the strap and weave a small pretty silk scarf through the holders, and let it flutter from the wrist, or make a small bow.

3. You can even disguise the laces on your casual shoes with small neat bows.
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4. Two long rectangular cotton scarves knotted at one end and stitched part way up to sides, will make a colourful summer dress to wear over casual light clothes. Ideal for beach or pool parties.

5. Replace your belt with a length of twisted colourful material; it will give a splash of colour to your old trendy ripped or faded jeans. It you have some interesting belt buckles you can stitch a folded scarf in place of the original strap, or cover an existing one. At the very least have a colourful small silk scarf casually tucked into the back pocket of your jeans, so that it hangs partially out.

6. Twist a bright patterned scarf around the straps of your bag. Choose a colour that matches something else you are wearing. It can be twisted tight or left to drape at one end. You could even add a bow for a more feminine look.k5-1024x729

7. Make a vintage scrunchie, they may have been out of fashion for a while, but they are now back. If it’s good enough for Catherine Zeta Jones or Kate Beckinsale,then go for it. Sturdy silk scarf, large pattern, cut 4 to 5 inches wide and 16 to 20 inches long, stitch into open ended tube. Thread wide elastic into it and stick up ends so that the elastic pulls the material into a scrunched loop. These are ideal for holding pony tails and bunched hair in place without creasing it.

8. Design your own bracelets,by wrapping simple cheap ones, in interesting designed material. Add a bandanna in similar colours to achieve a bohemian look.

9. Take a layered necklace several loops of material,cut and twisted, mix and match from a couple of cheap scarves you don’t mind cutting up.


Wear Silk Not For Fashion But For Healing

Here’s a fact you may not be aware of: silk has been the luxury material of choice for humanity for approximately 7000 years. Now, that’s quite a surprising amount of time, but it certainly appears to be true as that number is derived from archaeological findings in China where ivory basins were discovered incised with silk worm designs, dated to around 4900BCE. Sure, we’re not entirely certain silk was considered luxurious all the way back then, but it’s difficult to imagine that it wouldn’t have been something a bit special as it is today.

Silk is also alluded to in literary works as old as Homer’s The Odyssey, where a shirt worn by the disguised Odysseus is described as ‘gleaming like the skin of a dried onion’, which is widely believed by scholars to be a description of silk cloth. In modern times, silk is used to create a multitude of luxury items from bed sheets to underwear, as well as a variety of other fashion uses such as blouses, scarves and pyjamas. However, silk is no longer all about the shiny, smooth feeling it creates when touching our skin because scientists have discovered numerous health benefits of silk, which should make the acquisition of some silk knickers or a silk scarf our utmost priority.

Anti-Ageing Benefits of Silk

The Cosmetic and Toiletries journal published the Swiss study nigh on a couple of decades ago which revealed the anti-aging ability of silk. Sericin is the protein in silk which can combine with the protein in skin (keratin) to create a homogeneous protective film which acts as an anti-aging barrier, retaining moisture and preventing wrinkles.

There is also evidence that the diet of silkworms contributes to silk’s health benefits as well. They feed on mulberry leaves which contain massive amounts of antioxidants (nearly 80% more than blueberries and cranberries which are known ‘super fruits’). These antioxidants help with the cellular repair that our bodies get increasingly bad at over time – hence our aging – and thus help us remain looking younger for longer.

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Silk Eases Symptoms of the Menopause

Hot flushes and hormonally-driven skin conditions are common symptoms of the menopause, but silk’s soothing qualities can help with both of these ailments. It’s not certain exactly why silk helps with issues like facial flushing and other complexion problems, though it is likely due to its ability to be cool during the hot summer and yet warm during the winter.

Wear Silk Scarves for their Health Benefits

The health benefits of silk can be utilised in a number of ways, especially with the likes of pillow cases and knickers, but you can also benefit from silk by wearing a scarf made from the material. A silk scarf will also last much longer than underwear or pillow cases, plus you will be able to carry its anti-aging properties around with you wherever you go. Even during the hotter months of the year, silk is the ideal material for a scarf. It stays cool to help your skin remain cool, but will still keep you warm once the colder weather kicks in.

With such a great variety of inexpensive silk scarves to choose from, including patterned Pashminas and even coloured silk Hijabs, there’s never been more beneficial reasons to stock up on a selection of silk fashion scarves to ensure you always have the perfect accessory that not only looks amazing, but will provide you with an array of important health benefits as well.

Perfect Party Pashminas

The versatile scarf that is more than the sum of it’s parts. The pashmina is an article of clothing that can truly be called the perfect accessory. Its versatility and range of styles, makes it able to mix and match, with just about every design of clothes. It can be worn casually with jeans and a jumper,combined with smart day clothes, or even part of an evening ensemble, for parties and dining out. It is imbibed with nuances of different cultures, part eastern, but with western flair and inventiveness.

The poncho has often been seen as dated,ever since Emma Peel and the Avengers, but its cut down and modernised cousin, the pashmina is a perfect cross between a scarf and a wrap, and has taken the fashion scene by storm. Let’s look at some examples and how they could be paired with different outfits for parties.

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The Bohemian Look

Most people feel relaxed when they can dress casually for an event.For a number of years jeans have been seen as a fashion statement, rather than just cheap work trousers. High fashion jeans can even be more expensive than smart dresses. Matched with trendy shirts of cardigans and stylish leather boots, a pashmina will look alternative and carefree, especially if it is intentionally ragged and tasselled. Take a look at this lovely brown pashmina scarf.

The Elegant Casual Look

Many women have to find a look that is both elegant and smart, but at the same time comfortable enough to get through a busy day at work, including business functions and parties. Women that have to face the public in a stylish manner often need to use the same outfit regularly, especially if they cannot afford an extensive wardrobe of outfits.

Mixing and matching becomes important and the role of accessories takes on more significance. The pashmina is ideal for this role. It is cheap enough in general, to have several shades and designs in your wardrobe; Try this wonderful pink creation.

Pashmina Scarves Look Great With Both Daytime & Evening Outfits

Pashminas can also match a wide range of garments, and be worn by almost all age groups. The party night life of the pashmina could include being an accessory to summer silk dresses, in complimentary colours, or as a contrast to a sheer black dress and long dangly earrings,or even funky, with added beads,bangles and adorned hair styles. This strip of cloth takes on far more significance than would be assumed. It can transform a look,without changing much of one’s other clothes.

Other bonuses include practical issues, such as the fact that it will keep your neck nice and warm whilst travelling to your party, without spoiling the look with a chunky big coat. It is also easy to fold up and put away,if it gets too warm once you are inside and dancing away the night.

Coordinate Your Scarves With Your Outfits

Matching scarves and outfits, is quite a mysterious science. Although there are general rules such as, different tones of the same colour do not generally work together (red scarf and orange jumper and red/brown trousers.) There is always someone out there, who can achieve the impossible and make almost anything go with anything.

However, for the majority of us, we need some simple guidelines to help us match scarves with our attire. Matching does not mean wearing the same colour or even the same style, it means having items of clothing that look and feel comfortable with each other.

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Scarf Style Tips

A dash of strong colour can liven up a dull outfit giving a more zestful overall appearance. The attractive scarf will take away the eye from the plain colours being worn. It should be in direct contrast, and not contain similar tones to the other garments.

Wearing a scarf that is the same colour as your skirt can work if you are dressing casually, however an exact match would look a little contrived and would possibly be difficult to do unless they were purchased together as a set.

Pastel colours such as azure, rose, lilac, lavender or teal always look good with both winter and summer outfits. Because they do not compete with the overall image, they add just a dash of friendly subtlety to the neck and shoulders. They also give a touch of femininity to more harsh darker business, or conference wear.

Many women love to wear casual clothes,even to go out for an evening. Fashion jeans, trendy shirts and jackets can be supplemented with the right scarf. If the look is slightly grungy, then a scarf that looks suitably but intentionally ragged will go well. It can even in this case contain similar tones,which would work better than something too different. As most casual wear tends to conform to blues/greys and browns,then the scarf should follow suit.

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For half the year the priority is to also keep warm. There is no need to abandon style,for comfort. It is quite easy to pick a scarf that will go with your favourite coat. In this case it may be better to consider a paisley or check design that will stand out from the normally dark tones of outer coats. However a splash of strong colour is quite acceptable with a black coat.

The summer holds another kind of problem. If you are wearing a nice bare shoulder or flimsy dress outside in the sun,then go into a cool ventilated house you may soon be wishing you had something to put around your shoulders. A silk scarf in summer designs or pastel colours could easily be stored in your bag awaiting its moment.

Older women may feel self-conscious about their upper arms and neck area, particularly with excess or sagging skin. The art of hiding using larger square scarves or pashminas, will allow you to cover a bigger area of neck,shoulder and cleavage, without having to resort to turtle neck jumpers and long sleeves every time. Simple to wrap around and easy to match up several styles with your existing outfits.

Evening Scarf Styles

The once very humble scarf that hung around in the wardrobe is fast becoming the style diva of modern fashion accessories. No longer have the stylish bags and shoes got it their own way,they have to match in with the ever growing army of scarf styles. The humble scarf has been called eye candy for a new generation. So what is this all about, what should we be wearing on our evenings out and whirlwind social calendar?

“When I wear a silk scarf, I feel so definitely like a woman, a beautiful woman”

This was said by, Audrey Hepburn. It also seems that Brigitte Bardot, Grace Kelly, Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon agreed with her, by constantly being seen in scarves. They wore them during the day and also at chic social functions. If it was good enough for them,then I think we should take the hint.

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Evening Scarf Tips

  • Scarves add a special finishing touch; they are often the focal point of an outfit. Make the most of a plain dress, by adding a splash of colour around the neck. Create different ways to wear it by experimenting with twisting, knotting, looping and draping.
  • Scarves are relatively inexpensive, so you can have a drawer full for every season and occasions. Having said they are inexpensive, did you know that one designed by Henri Matisse, sold for 4.8 million at a Christies auction?
  • Try a Royal blue scarf with a black dress.
  • A Summer scarf will go with a cocktail dress.
  • A Darker green scarf will go with black suit type clothes, and brown or red with dark blue.
  • Try a white scarf with leather.
  • Put opposite textures together, e.g. courser coat with smooth silk scarf or smooth coat with textured fluffy scarf.
  • Use the scarf as a trendy head wrap to go with oriental style clothes.
  • Beware the rainbow scarf unless you are heading to a football match.
  • If the scarf is complex and highly coloured then the rest of what you are wearing should be more subdued.

Many top fashion designers are now including scarves in their collections, for us it is all about being your own stylist. A spokesman for Bloomingdales puts the rise in interest in scarves down to a world, where every purchase has now more than one function. The scarf covers numerous possibilities both as a fashion statement, weather protection and also as a religious head cover.

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Increasingly Muslim women are looking for something more stylish to wear at work, college and also at family and evening events. The basic Hijab has been replaced by more fashionable creations. The traditional black, still has its place, but there are now Hijabs in all manner of colours and patterns to suit any dress. The traditional Abayas dress now also be found highly embroidered, and in a choice of many colours and digitally printed designs. There is no need now for having to stay in a drab costume when you go out.

The scarf is also a boon for the older lady, as Nora Ephron puts it:

“Our faces are lies, and our necks are the truth.”

Mature women can look elegant in silk scarves thrown across the shoulders and upper arms of smart evening wear.

Use a Scarf To Give More Elegance To Your Bag

There are two things to consider regarding using a long scarf and bag together. One is, do they match each other? And secondly how do I fix a scarf around,onto, or over the bag to give it extra appeal. Assuming that you don’t just want to tie it on for convenience, because it has got too warm to wear, and your bag is too full. We are considering that attaching the two together, is actually a fashion statement.

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Ways To Convert Your Bag With a Scarf

When matching an outfit and accessories, it is common to link up shoe, bag, and scarf or hat colour. They may not be exactly the same tones, but near enough to be comfortable with each other.

Studs in the shoes may be translated into spots of regular colour in the scarf design, or patterns on the bag. The rest of the outfit will tend to be tones that accentuate the accessories rather than clash or compete. Therefore if you have a strong coloured scarf and bag, the skirt and blouse or jumper may be fawn or dusty colours.

Having decided on the colour scheme you now have to attach the apparently casual but cunningly designed scarf, to the bag. This will depend on how you want to appear. You may want to be cool or even make a statement about who you are.

The easiest form is to just knot it mid-way down its length, onto the end of the handle of the bag. This will allow the scarf to hang down covering part of the bag. If you want to have the girl in a hurry look, make the scarf one that is very long, so that it trails behind your shoulder, when you are heading somewhere.

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If you have time, then a neat pretty bow on the clasp may look good. But remember a tatty bow will look awful, and you will in any case have to design it so that you can still open your bag with ease. A better place for the bow, may be on the start of the handle before the area where you would hold it.

You can make a custom clutch, rather than use a bigger bag, and decorate it by entwining a small silk scarf around the handle or hanging from the corner. But don’t make it too big, so that it dwarfs the clutch, or makes it difficult to carry.

There seems to be a trend at the moment to completely encase your bag in a scarf,so that it more or less disappears, apart from the odd glimpse of the handle area. I think the idea is to give the appearance that you are carrying a casual scarf type bag knotted at the corners.

The inner bag gives the security of knowing that all its contents are not going to fall out from the corners of the scarf. The other good thing about this style is that you can change the colour scheme much more cheaply, than having to buy a new bag each time. There are some who have the skill to do away with the bag completely and fold and knot the scarf to take its place as a carry-all.



Scarf Tie Guide for Every Neckline

We all know that scarves can make or break outfits and are one of the most useful accessories we have in our wardrobes. The right scarf can turn a dowdy dress into a fantastic frock and a bland blouse into a show-stopping shirt. There are scarves which can flatter certain body shapes as we’ve covered in scarves to suit your figure blog before, but there are also many scarf designs which work particularly well with certain necklines and dress cuts. Have a glance below at some awesome scarf tying techniques and the necklines they are best suited for.


Round Neck

A braided scarf adds an extra dimension of elegance which compliments this particular neckline shape very well. It can work with other necklines, but the rounded necklines allow the braided side of the scarf to cut across the open neckline for a more eye-catching effect. The braided scarf works best when you only braid one side of the scarf, which keeps it quirky and cool rather than overdoing it. Once braided, simply drape the scarf around your neck so the ends meet in front of your chest and then tie a loose knot to hold it in place. Light pastel scarf colours work best, though clashing light and dark colours can also look good when done right.

Strapless Dresses

Strapless dresses are usually worn for a reason, and that reason is often you have nice shoulders! So obviously, if you’re showing off your shoulders then you won’t want to be covering up part of them with a scarf. However, your scarves can come in handy when worn as a waist accessory. Simply fold your scarf like an accordion until it’s of the desired width and then wrap it around your waist with a simply knot at the back or side. This style of scarf accessory will help accentuate the natural cut of your shoulders, making you look slimmer and fitter. Try and clash the colours with this style, such black on white, red on blue or yellow on green.



Square Neck

A lovely scarf style that works excellently with square cut necklines (and v-neck, for that matter, but we have another one especially for that cut) is the chain knot style. It wraps tight around the neck and lets the rest of the scarf flow down your back. To achieve it, drape the scarf around the back of your neck so the ends hang down your front, then wrap the ends around each other twice near your throat to form the part that gives the chain knot its name. Once you’ve formed the chain, drape the ends back over your shoulders and tie a simple over-and-under knot to hold in place. Wear with any colour you like, but ensure it’s different to your top.

Off the Shoulder

Dresses or tops that come off the shoulder and around the arms are a casually classy style which is ideal for accessorising with a scarf. It’s a dress style that can work with several different scarf tying methods, but perhaps the best is the Windsor knot style. The basic idea is to tie your scarf similarly to that of an ordinary neck tie that men usually wear with their suits, but effected with a scarf turns into a beautiful design that will particularly compliment off the shoulder tops and dresses. When tying the Windsor knot, first tie two knots in each side of the long scarf, one tight and one loose. Then as you tie the two ends together, slot the tight knot through the loose knot to create a much larger knot effect. Pastel colours and flowery designs are ideal.



A slightly more complicated one now involving twists and loops. This style works best with a V-neck, but can also work well with a variety of wide or plunging necklines. First off, fold your scarf (preferably multicoloured) in half and drape around your neck so there is a loop on one side and the two scarf ends at the other side. Bring each side to the front and put one of the scarf ends through the loop, then twist the loop around once and insert the other end of the scarf. You’ll need to adjust how it hangs but keep it quite loose for a bohemian scarf style.


The Pan Am neck knot is ideal for the bateau dress cut, made famous of course by flight attendants the world over. You’ll need a square silk scarf, preferably colourful, which you drape around the back of your neck with the ends flowing over your shoulders. Then you need only tie a simple knot at the front for a flowery and stylish scarf accessory that can make your outfit really come alive with colour. Worn with a blazer or similar such jacket, you’ll remind everyone of an air stewardess, but when worn with a bateau cut dress it is the very picture of elegance.



This is one of the most delicate looking necklines we can wear, most often seen during the summer months when the weather is good. An ideal scarf style to compliment the thin straps and straight cut of a camisole is one most simply described as front chain knots or knot rows. With the scarf draped around the back of your neck with the ends falling evenly over your front, tie three or four over-and-under knots in a row which will give the appearance of a chain. Chiffon Scarves also work best with camisoles as they are light and elegant. Now just let the scarf hang for a simple but stylish scarf accessory that won’t be too hot on your body but will look pretty awesome. Bright summery colours work best, though a dark red is recommended for darker tops.

One Shoulder

One shoulder dresses ooze style already but you can add even more with careful scarf selection. A good choice for this one shoulder dress style is the boa scarf technique, which involves draping the scarf around your neck to tie a knot at the front before winding one end of the scarf around the scarf loop. Keep winding it around the loop until you run out of scarf and tuck it in. The technique gets its name from having a snake-like appearance, and as such it is best suited to wearing with larger scarf designs, so maybe it is best used only for travelling to and from events rather than being worn all night long. Animal print scarves can work well with this method.


Snow Hats That Keep You Warm & Fashionable

January and February are the frostiest months of the year and often when the cold starts to bite, many people’s fashion sense goes straight out the window and they’ll just wear anything to protect themselves against the icy winds and rain.

But while wearing the huge and thick jackets that makes you look five stone heavier than you are might be preferable to the sexier but thinner material of your favourite coat you like to wear in less freezing weather, there’s no need to abandon your sense of style completely.

With the right hat and scarf combo, you can make your winter apparel just as stylish as your summer threads. What combination is ideal for you will depend largely on your winter jacket of choice, as the different colours and shapes work better with certain styles than others do.

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Dark Coloured Winter Coats

If you’ve got a long dark coat that goes passed your knees then you need a splash of colour to avoid looking too dour. It doesn’t necessarily have to be bright and gaudy, but something lighter and in contrast to your coat. A cream or white woolly hat and scarf combo will work very well with a long black coat, whereas a long brown coat will benefit from pinks and reds. A long dark blue coat will match up well with darker red accessories.

You can rock a matching dark scarf and hat with a shorter dark coat that comes to your waist, and black on black in this case is actually recommended. Even better would be to match your shorter black coat with a dark colour like purple, such as this purple hat and scarf combo. You can also try matching your dark winter coat with a grey scarf, though you’ll want it to be a large scarf which you can wrap around your neck and shoulders at least twice..

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Light Coloured Winter Coats

It’s better to avoid matching white scarves and hats with a white coat, as too much white can look like you’re trying too hard. But the great thing about a white coat is that you can look pretty stylish with any colour you choose. Blues and reds work with white, as do greens or yellows.

Avoid dark colours, apart from black which will always work well with a white jacket for a stylish but understated look. A very feminine and elegant look can be achieved by matching a short white or even light grey coat with a pink hat and scarf combo. Make sure the pink is a soft pastel, nothing too bright and certainly not luminous, and you’ll have an effortlessly cool style to go building snowmen in.

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Brightly Coloured Winter Coats

The trick to looking stylish in a brightly coloured winter jacket is to clash the colours of your accessories. For example, if your coat is red, then wear a hat and scarf combo in blue, green or yellow. Try to avoid pink though in that instance though, and any other colours that are lighter or darker shades of your coat’s colour.

If you don’t like clashing colours then you should aim to match up the shades of your coat and woolly accessories as much as possible, so a lighter pink jacket coat would look excellent with this red lurex bobble hat.

Whether to bobble or not bobble is entirely your choice and won’t really affect your style too much, but remember that the brighter the colours of your woolly hat and scarf combo are, the better a bobble looks.

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