A scarf is no longer just to keep the neck warm, it ranks alongside other must have fashion accessories. It can be colour coordinated to match your dress, playful as a throw on, or the perfect winter warmer that still looks good. No need to make do with one, here are five scarves that should have a place in your wardrobe;
Natural flower inspired designs and animal prints, have always looked good on silk scarves. They can be subtle tones or colours, such as pale blue and pink, or bold colours with defined patterns. Our natural designs both vintage,and more intentionally funky and modern,vibrate with colour, yet are also very sophisticated and stylish.
Take a look at our wonderful range of long silk scarves in incredibly vibrant colours. The orange flower print scarf dazzles, whilst the leopard print silk scarf, is dramatic in black,grey and white.You can wear these casually or with your best outfit to create a chic effect. A colourful silk scarf is the ideal summer accessory, complimenting flowing light summer dresses.
For the younger look that would go well with casual jumpers and even fashion jeans, and calf length boots, what about a brown, black or blue frayed scarf, not only warm, but can be wrapped around in a casual rough manner, for the perfect bohemian look. This scarf is a mix of streamline and scruffy. It is robust enough to keep you warm but flyaway enough to make you feel good.
For keeping really warm, but not losing out on the image front,what about a great big knitted scarf, full of nice warming tints. The wonderful brown scarf with chunky textured stripe patterns,and tasty warm orange and beige designs, will look good over thick jumpers or coats and will add a touch of colour to the drabbest day. It will be like a big snuggly friend.
It is good to have a scarf that looks smart and elegant but not overdressed. Something that you can wear with sophisticated suits or jackets and coats. Check and tartan scarves, look functional but stylish at the same time. They give you the no nonsense girl about business look.
The Pashmina is definitely in these days. It is an essential accessory to any girl’s wardrobe. In many ways it is almost seen as a main item of clothing rather than a scarf, as it can hang over a large upper body area, draping down in folds and tassels depending on the style. There are lots of variations which will go with numerous outfits, and you can have fun matching everything up.
Don’t be scared to experiment with combinations and colours, most scarves are relatively inexpensive and therefore you can slowly build up a collection for every eventuality. Take some time to look through our extensive collection to find the ones that best suit your needs.
Isn’t it great being a woman in the working world? With figure-hugging trouser suits and killer heels, we only need to walk into an office and our male colleagues are quivering at the knees. Scarves can help propel the dominant yet at the same elegant and utterly stylish business look to greater heights. Though when it comes to wearing scarves to work, there are certain ‘rules’ we should comply with in terms of how we tie them. Take a look at the following guidelines on how to wear a scarf to work.
The Bow Tie
No went don’t mean the kind Laurel out of Laurel and Stanley wore. A sophisticated and stylish scarf tied round your neck in a bow tie fashion will add subtle touch of elegance to any corporate attire. To achieve the Bow Tie scarf knot take, for example, a polka dot scarf (which work particularly well with this look). Fold the two opposite corners of the scarf so they meet in the middle and fold the sides again. Wrap the scarf around your neck and tie it softly in a knot. Then simply tuck the two ends behind the knot. And there you have it, an ultra-elegant bow tie look, perfect caper for the corporate world.
The French Knot
There is no look quite as timeless, elegant and quintessentially ‘European’ as tying your scarf into a French knot. Being such a classy way to wear your scarf, the French knot is perfect for work, regardless of your profession. Simply fold the scarf in half, drape it round your neck, then take the folded half and pull the ends that are un-looped through the fold – tres belle! An elegant and super chic silk scarf worn in a French knot will look especially smart and classy in the office.
The Handbag Scarf
It is not uncommon for offices and working environment to get a tad on the hot side during the summer. If the air-con in your office isn’t up to much and your scarf is causing you to sweat profusely, simply take a trip to the ladies’ and remove your scarf. Instead of hiding it away so it becomes crumpled and creased, make your scarf a fabulous addition to your handbag. Simply tie your scarf onto one of the handles of your handbag, either let the ends hang loose or tie it in a bow tie and use it as a decoration.
The Faux Knot
Another great scarf look that was made for the office is the faux knot, whereby your scarf hangs smartly down the middle of your body with a loose knot gathering the ends about a third of the way down. To achieve this look simply fold your scarf so it’s a long, thin shape, drape it around your neck with one end slightly longer, take the longer end and loosely tie a knot halfway up. Take the shorter end and slide it through the loose knot. Tighten the knot and adjust into position – The perfect accessory for a trouser suit and killer heels, guaranteed to leave male colleagues quivering.
Scarves are an absolute fashion accessory must. Not only do they come in almost endless designs, patterns, colours, shapes and sizes but they can also be worn in a number of different ways. In fact how you wear your scarf can be almost important as the style of the scarf itself. If you’re going to a party, scarves can be the perfect way to enhance a party outfit, particularly if you tie it in an appropriate manner. To ensure your scarf is knotted befittingly for a party take a look at the following different knots that can be used for parties.
The Bandana-Style Party Scarf
The summer is here and there couldn’t be a cooler way to show up to a party than with your scarf tied in a bandanna-like way. Simply fold your scarf in half (a scarf that’s on the slimmer side works better in a bandana-style knot), centre the scarf around the nape of your neck, collect each side above one ear, tie a double knot and either let the ends hang loosely down one side or twist the sides and tuck them in. Either way, a funky summertime look is achieved through your scarf that is perfect for a party.
Wearing A Hijab Scarf To A Party
If you’re looking for a tasteful, classy and ultra-glamorous accessory to wear to a forthcoming party then look no further than an eveningwear hijab. These elegant headscarves will bring a new dimension to a classy evening gown of glitzy party dress. But how do you tie a beautiful eveningwear hijab?
This easy-to-follow hijab tutorial provides you with a step by step guide on how to tie a hijab whilst retaining a gorgeous, stunning look. What’s particularly great about this tutorial is that it teaches you how to fasten a beautiful silk hijab with a pair of ultra-glam, dangly earrings – Could there be a more appropriate way to tie a knot in a hijab for a party?
The Celebrity Style
Turning up at a party dressed like a celebrity is always going to be well-received so it makes sense to tie your scarf using the celebrity style. For this knotting technique to be most effective you’ll need an eye-catching and striking scarf, the kind the likes of Angelina Jolie or Kate Moss could easily be photographed in. Simply wrap the scarf around your neck twice and then tuck one end around the knot, like the technique used on the tutorial above. And there you have it, a scarf look for for not just a party but the celebrity circuit too!
We’ve all heard of jeans to suit a pear-shaped figure, dresses to complement ladies with large breasts and tops to make sporty-figured women look a little more ‘feminine’. Scarves to flatter certain body shapes are a little less well known. Nonetheless they do exist and, might we add, create some pretty impressive results. Take a look at the ways in which scarves can be potent ammunition is either concealing or enhancing the best and worse of our bodies.
Top heavy ladies might have a couple of desirable assets up front but if you’re not inclined to put your bosoms on display you may want to subtly hide them by wearing a scarf. Being light, long and generous with material, pashminas are the perfect scarf to help make women with top heavy figures look a little more in balance. Summer pashminas are perfect for the warmer weather of spring and summer and are light enough to wear in the day as well as the evening. Opt for pashminas and scarves that are one colour or have a smaller pattern printed on them larger patterns can tend to accentuate larger features.
The Hourglass Figure
With busts and hips that are in proportion the hourglass figure might sound ideal. However this type of body shape is defined by the waist, which is typically much smaller than the busts and hips. If this sounds like you and your curvy hips and breasts seem to dominate your shape, opt for looser clothing that doesn’t cling to the waist. Scarves can also play a pivotal role in helping women with an hourglass figure achieve a sexy, well-proportioned look, as placing a loosely fitted scarf around your neck that hangs seductively past your waist will draw attention from your noticeably defined midriff. Opt for a brightly-coloured scarf, the more eye-catching the better.
Apple-shaped ladies are significantly larger on top than on the bottom. Those with an apple-shaped figure tend to have a short neck This apple-shaped bodily trait can be overcome by wearing V-shaped tops and jumpers. Alternatively you can conceal a shorter neck by wearing a scarf. From chunky knit scarves in the winter to a beautiful silk floral scarf in the winter, ladies who consider their necks to be shorter than they’d like can cunningly conceal it with a longer scarf of their choice and double wrap them around their necks.
Tall & Slim
Yes they do exists and not just in the fashion magazines and on the catwalk either. If you are fortunate to be blessed with a figure that is not only tall but is slim as well, you can pretty much wear anything you want. Though there are some exceptions. Tall and slim women often have smaller breasts than they might have liked. Avoid wearing low cut tops which would accentuate the flat chest. Alternatively conceal your smaller-than-average breasts by draping a bright and beautiful scarf across your chest.
Want to look like royalty? You can forget shoes with four-figure price tags, Armani coats, one-off designer dresses and handbags that cost as much as a house, as to really look like a member of the royal family, it’s all in how you wear your scarf.
Don’t believe us? Take a look at the following royals who have used the humble scarf to define their own individual style – a style that you can replicate.
Kate Middleton Looks Bonny in Tartan
It was a chilling spring day when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Dumfries House in Ayrshire last year. As the royal couple went to greet the throng of locals that had gathered at the house, Kate looked typically stunning, her bright orange, knee-length Armani woollen coat, high black boots and suede black gloves really ensured the Duchess stood out. Though we have to admit what really stole the show was the beautiful tartan scarf Kate wore tumbling down the front of her coat. Kate’s tan checked scarf was tied in one simple knot round her neck with the ends of the scarf left to hang down.
The ‘Kate Middleton scarf look’ can be achieved by wearing a warm and handsome tan tartan scarf in a skip knot round the neck and left on the outside of the coat.
Replicate the Sophisticated Style of Queen Rania of Jordan
Queen Rania of Jordan is being dubbed as a new fashion icon. Rania Al Adbullah is the wife of King Abdullah II of Jordan and she certainly knows a thing or two about creating breathtakingly stunning and unique styles. The beautiful queen is often seen out with a pretty hijab. This exquisite beige silk hijab really epitomises Queen Rania’s sophisticated and alluring style in which simplicity and subtleness is at the heart.
You too can create a queen-inspired look by wearing a beautifully plain hijab. Whether you want to replicate Rania’s style entirely by wearing a jijab around your head or prefer to wrap the scarf casually round the neck and shoulders, with hijabs you have this unique versatility that will sharpen your style impeccably.
Emulate Princess Diana’s Unique Style
When it comes to members of the royal family who achieved the fashion status usually confined to models and designers, the late Princess Diana was the forerunner. From stunning blue outfits to that unmistakable short crop of blonde hair, Diana took royal fashion to new heights.
Princess Diana regularly wore scarves to complement outfits and became widely recognised for her penchant for wearing head scarves. Take a look at this stunning white, lacy head scarf Diana wore to an event. Her look has been replicated by millions around the world, including Kate Middleton herself. Kate has been known to emulate Diana’s style in the past and looked strikingly similar to the late Princess when she donned a beautiful white headscarf on an event in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia.
It just goes to show what you can achieve with the humble scarf.
Can you tell what kind of person a woman is just by her choice of scarf? There are certainly plenty of psychoanalysts out there who think there are clues to our personality-types in our choice of fashion accessories. So what can we tell about you from your choice of scarf, and if you know what category you mostly fall under, which type of scarf is ideal for you? Here are ten ‘types’ and their ideal scarves of choice.
The Business Professional
The professional woman needs to look sharp but doesn’t have the time to spend trying on everything in her wardrobe. She needs a few reliable accessories that can go with most of her outfits without too much thought being put into it. Luckily for her there are plenty of options in this department as many scarves are designed to mix and match with a variety of outfits. Business Professionals tend to invest in ruffle scarves for outdoor wear, usually in a neutral colour such as beige or darker colour like this Grey Ruffle Scarf.
The Artistic Individual
Despite not following any particular fashion and facing the occasional accusation of having dressed in the dark, the Artistic Individual is often a starting point of many trends and fashions that go mainstream. She will open her wardrobe and dress according to her heart, which will usually concoct a quirky unique style that sometimes misses, sometimes hits. But when it does hit the bullseye, it hits more spectacularly than most dedicated fashion junkies could ever dream of. The very nature of the Artistic Individual makes her a difficult woman to predict, but I can’t imagine much time would pass before she’s sporting a White Faux Fur Headband.
The Trendy Tweeter
Whether it’s being spotted out at celebrity-frequented clubs and bars, or raising the profile of her ‘brand’ across every available social media outlet, the Trendy Tweeter will always be seen sporting the latest fashion wear. She will also take occasional inspiration from the Artistic Individual because as every true fashionista knows, once everybody’s wearing something, it’s just not as cool anymore. The Trendy Tweeter is very into fluffy scarves at the moment. Perhaps a large animal print variety or a deep and vibrant colour and worn in a loose double loop around the neck.
The Hippy Chick
This free spirit wasn’t even born in the 1970s but she still can’t let them go. The hippy chick favours floral patterns and long flowing skirts, tops, dresses and well, long-flowing everything really. When not preaching the power of peace and love you can probably find her either dancing naked in public fountains or getting arrested for dancing naked in public fountains. The Hippy Chick loves bright colours, light materials and, of course, the scarf must be long and flowing. A Printed Pattern Scarf is ideal for this far out femme.
The Comfortably Casual girl next door is never more at home than at home. She’s fond of cosy nights in and putting her feet up. It’s not that she lacks effort in the dressing-up department, it’s just that her focus is more on her own enjoyment of her clothes and environment, rather than dressing to impress others. Warm and chunky are the qualities a Comfortably Casual woman seeks out in a Knitted Scarf.
The Glamour Girl
It’s all about making an impression for the Glamour Girl. Whether she’s working or out partying (or more likely shopping), the scarf is always the perfect accessory to add that extra sparkle to her outfit. It’s got to be eye-catching, fun and just a little bit sexy. And if she doesn’t get at least two compliments on it by the end of the evening then that particular scarf probably won’t see the light of day for quite some time. The Glamour Girl will favour large and outfit-dominating scarves like this Fluffy Bolero Scarf.
Whether it’s old fashioned styles or vintage clothing from boutique stores, the Retro-lutionary has no inclination to follow modern fads and enjoys sifting through fashion’s entire back catalogue to create her own bespoke style of yesteryear. Sometimes it’s a dress in the style of the 1920s, or a skirt and blouse from the 1950s, but always she dresses with a peculiar elegance only she possesses. Find the vintage fashion-lover sporting a Striped Ruffle Scarf as she swings into town.
The Geek Chic
Video games and comic books are no longer just for teenage boys as the tables have well and truly been turned. These days Geek Chic girls are enjoying blasting away at aliens in their spare time and criticising the differences in the film versions of their favourite comics as much as any geeky lad. One design you can guarantee is part of every Geek Chic girl’s wardrobe is skulls, and lots of them. Skull print scarves make an ideal geek chic accessory.
The Patriotic Woman
We’re not an overly patriotic bunch in the UK as that kind of thing can get a bit unseemly, but with the football World Cup about to take over everything for a couple of months this summer, we may as well go with the flow and embrace our national heritage. We can’t all squeeze into one of those Union Flag mini-dresses that Ginger Spice made famous all those years ago, but we can add a splash of national pride in our choice of scarf. This Union Flag Pashmina Scarf is perfect for the summer as it’s light and colourful and can be worn with a wide variety of outfits.
Scarves are an essential item and should play a big part when planning your seasonal outfits. Their multitude of shapes, sizes, colours, patterns and materials add a splash of colour and eye-catching design to causal clothes and glamorous frocks. Scarves are worn by fashion icons and stylish divas all year round and are an all year fashion essential. If you’re thinking of adding another scarf to your collection, take a look at our top 10 essential scarves for women.
1- Pashmina Scarves
There is something about an elegant and sophisticated pashmina scarf that exudes a radiant and compelling style. One of the best components of pashminas is that they can be worn in many different ways and make a stylish addition to every woman’s wardrobe. Being chic and warm these versatile scarves are particularly valuable in the winter.
2- Faux Fur Scarves
OK so the nights might be getting slightly lighter but the warmer weather of spring is still a long way off. Faux fur is a fantastic material for the winter and one that never ceases to go out of fashion. With this lovely soft fabric lay against your skin and the luxury look this type of scarf denotes, you’ll feel a million dollars wearing something like our Grey Rose Faux Fur Scarf.
3- Colourful Silk Scarves
It’s never too long before a celebrity gets ‘papped’ wearing a stunningly colourful silk scarf. From Sharon Stone and Kylie Minogue to Sienna Miller and Vanessa Hudgens, colourful women’s silk scarves augment a woman’s beauty and fashion know-how. The modern trend is to wear this ‘must have’ fashion accessory tied in a simple knot around the neck.
4- Animal Print Scarves
Once synonymous with Bet Lynch in Coronation Street, animal print is now regarded an eye-catching fashion statement. A lady’s wardrobe should be all about turning heads and nothing is quite as striking as an animal print scarf. Being typically made out of polyester or cotton, these animal print scarves can be worn all year round, helping keep the chill out in the winter and weaving style into a summer outfit.
5- Hijab Scarves
For a special occasion in which only classic elegance will suffice, wearing a women’s hijab will intensify the glamour of the occasion. Worn around the head, a stylish hijab will frame the face, defining the eyes and drawing out key features – It’s no wonder hijabs are becoming a more mainstream fashion staple.
6- Paisley Scarves
With spring approaching – albeit slowly – it’s time to start thinking about our springtime wardrobes. Being pretty, delicate and feminine, a beautiful paisley scarf made out of cotton, viscose or another lightweight material, is an essential item for stylish spring attire.
7- Striped Scarves
Whether you want to add some colour and life to a dark suit or bring a creative touch to a plain maxi dress, a striped scarf will speak volumes. The greatest part about stripes is that they go with a myriad of outfits and will knit life and vitality into the plainest the clothing.
8- Luxury Velvet Scarves
As mentioned earlier we are still very much in the thick of winter and if there’s one type of scarf you can rely on keeping you warm whilst maintaining style, it’s the velvet ruffle scarf. Fitting snugly into your neck this luxurious material will make you feel like royalty and its smart and graceful exterior will ensure you look as grand and stately as you feel.
9- Rock Chic Scarves
The great thing about the rock chic look is that you don’t have to be in your 20s to ‘get away with it’. Think Debbie Harry, Courtney Love and Madonna, they all look great in their daringly different rock chic outfits. Wearing a rock chic scarf will augment your alternative look, no matter how old – or young – you are.
10- Floral Scarves
From dainty daisies in the summer to darker floral in the winter, floral scarves come in many different materials, colours and patterns. One component of floral scarves does however remain consistent – they make an eye-catching fashion statement and are a type of scarf every woman should own.
The great thing about scarves is that they can be incorporated into any look. From adding colour and additional style to a maxi dress to injecting some life in to a smart suit, you can always rely on a scarf to glamorise an outfit. At a wedding, scarves can be used to set a theme and bring a bespoke touch to traditional attire. If you are thinking about making scarves a stand-out feature at your wedding, take a look at the following ten wedding scarf looks.
1- The Vintage Look
Vintage weddings in which the bride looks like a 1950s movie star are all the rage these days. Scarves are synonymous with vintage glamour, so why not integrate them into your wedding? Augment your stunning lace, 50s dress with a retro silk scarf and by doing so you’ll create a unique and bespoke vintage style.
2- Scarves to Match Decor
Décor that spills into the attire of the bride and groom, bridesmaids or even the guests always goes down well at a wedding. Scarves could be the perfect accessory to bridge the gap between wedding décor and garb. For example, if the décor at your wedding is dominated by snazzy shades of purple, unite the furnishings with the guests by asking them to wear an eye-catching purple scarf.
3- Classic Bridesmaids’ Shawls
If there is one group at a wedding that can afford to be flamboyant, it’s the bridesmaids. Adorning your bridesmaids in elegant bridal shawls will create a classy and chic look, not to mention help keep the chill off their shoulders.
4- Feather Scarves for Flamboyancy & Fun
If you’re intent on not going down the ‘conventional’ route at your wedding and want to add some burlesque fun, feather scarves adorned round the neck of the bride, bridesmaid and even the guests will add some playful flamboyance to your wedding.
5- An Animal Print Wedding Theme
There is something both sexy and sophisticated about animal print. If you and your soon-to-be-husband have a mutual fondness for animal print and are planning an animal print theme at your wedding, compliment the leopard print wedding cake by wearing a leopard print scarf.
6- Beautiful Bridal Hijabs
A hijab crafts an aura of mystery and intrigue. Why leave the enigma of hijabs at home on your wedding day? Bridal hijabs are simply stunning and can be adorned in jewels, turning the bride into a true princess on her wedding day.
7- Cream Pashminas
Whether it’s the bridesmaid dresses or the bridal gown, cream goes hand in hand with a wedding. Why confine the cream theme to the dresses? Really go to town with the beauty of cream by wearing an cream pashmina.
8- The Luxury Look
From a luxury wedding venue to lavish flower bouquets embellished on the walls, if your forthcoming wedding is designed to exude the lavishness of a royal wedding complement your bridal dress with a stunning silk pashmina scarf. A colourful pashmina will inject some stylish vibrancy to a traditional dress of white, cream, ivory or pale pink.
9- A Prayer Shawl
Who said the groom couldn’t accentuate his style by wearing a scarf of some form on his wedding day? Prayer shawls can make a man look effortlessly cool and stylish at a wedding. Take a look at the wedding ceremony of Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky. The couple looked fantastic, Chelsea wearing a Vera Wang strapless dress and Marc wearing a prayer shawl and Jewish yarmulke .
10- Matching Bridesmaids with Bride
Wedding attire that equates the bridesmaids with the brides is always a nice touch. Scarves can make a subtle connection between bride and bridesmaids. Opt for a colour that will suit and enhance the bridal gown and the bridesmaids dresses. For example, a plain light yellow pashmina would make a stylish addition to a white wedding gown as well as complementing darker bridesmaids dresses.
Show off our Funky Rock Chic Scarves this year. The vibrant prints and luxurious material will stun all your friends and family. Make sure you get yourself one of these attention-grabbing rock chic scarves to wear to concerts parties and much more!
Red & Black Skull Print Cotton Scarf
Get the ultimate rock star look with this incredibly light Red & Black Skull Print Cotton Scarf. The soft cotton material will feel great against your skin and the eye-catching red skulls on the black background will coordinate with your denim perfectly.
Below we have celebrities Kylie Minogue, Nicole Richie and Lindsay Lohan all wearing a fabulous skull print scarf. Simply wrap this funky scarf loosely around your neck or over your shoulders, the choice is yours!
Get red carpet glamour in an instant with this bold skull cotton scarf which can be worn in a number of ways. Either treat yourself to this scarf or give to a stylish friend or sibling; they will enjoy wearing it every day.
Yellow Leopard Print Scarf
Update your style with this wild Yellow Leopard Print Scarf, perfect for everyday wear and parties. This Stephen Sprouse inspired funky white scarf with black and yellow leopard spots has a stunning tassel edging which will spice up your style.
Coloured leopard print scarves are a big hit this summer and are a great way to add a splash of colour to dark outfits.
Pippa Middleton, Billie Piper and Kelis have been seen wearing one of these printed scarves, so make sure you set the trend and pair one with your favourite prints and glittering gold jewellery.
Stand out from the crowd with one of our stunning Striped Skinny Scarves. These stunning fashion accessories are a wardrobe essential and will draw compliments from all your friends. Enhance your look this spring with one of these colourful and attention-grabbing skinny striped scarves.
Green Lurex Striped Scarf
Feel glamorous wearing our glittery Green Lurex Striped Scarf to all your parties, special occasions and days out with your friends. The deep shade of green will really get you noticed and will look great against the sparkly lurex thread.
Thanks to the lightweight thin material, you can even wear this shimmering green skinny scarf as a headband when it’s hot outside. This will look great with your dresses, shorts and pretty green or pastel pink skirts.
Everyone will be complimenting on your bargain scarf and will want one to slip through their jeans as wear as a belt.
Black & White Striped Skinny Stretch Scarf
Make a bold statement this year with our striking Black & White Striped Skinny Stretch Scarf. The horizontal black stripes will immediately grab your attention and will coordinate with all your favourite outfits.
Wrap this eye-catching scarf around your neck and pair with all your stunning striped leggings and matching headbands. All your friends and family will be impressed with the fantastic quality, skinny design and the glamorous striped design which will update your style.
This stunning scarf will also make a fantastic gift for a friend or family member this year, they will love wearing it will their favourite denim and printed t-shirts.
Sky Blue Striped Skinny Scarf
Add some eye-catching design to all your favourite spring outfits with this incredible quality Sky Blue Striped Skinny Scarf. The beautiful shades of blue and green will compliment all skin tones and will look great with gorgeous floral prints.
Wrap this stunning blue scarf loosely around your neck or wear it as a headband with a gorgeous summer dress and pumps. The lightweight Rayon material will feel really great on and will keep you cool throughout the hot summer months.
This wonderful striped skinny scarf will completely change your appearance and will immediately bring a touch of glamour to all your everyday and party outfits.