Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is real and it’s a menace! Help beat the winter blues by bundling up in these colorful cold weather accessories. Seriously, it’s kind of difficult to be in a shitty mood with a hot pink pom-pom hat on.
Dark, cold days call for bright, happy accessories. This gorgeous infinity scarf, adorned with a colorful feather print, will keep your neck warm and perk up your outfit. If feathers aren’t your thing, the scarf-making genius behind this creation has tons of other patterns and styles to match any aesthetic. (Buffalo plaid? Tribal print? Floral? Snowflake? Check, check, check, check.) I’ll take one of each, please! [$24, Vintage Dutch Girl]
Johnny Depp has never met a scarf he didn’t like. Johnny Depp loves scarves so much, that he wears them with nearly every ensemble, sometimes piling scarf on top of scarf. He even wears scarves as belts! (I heard that Johnny Depp once wore nine scarves at once. At the time, I thought it was just a rumor, but I’ve started to believe it could be true.) So who better than Johnny Depp to model six light and airy scarves that are perfect for spring?
Sorry to break it to you, but winter is going to keep happening for another few months. Isn’t it time you updated your outerwear wardrobe? Even if you don’t feel like shelling out for a new coat, why not get a nice new chunky knit scarf? We’ve got nine warm and cozy options for you in the gallery above!
When the weather is in the triple digits, wrapping extra fabric around your neck is the last thing you want to do, but trust us: as summer winds down and temperatures drop a bit, a lightweight scarf can be a great way to add some interest to your outfits and stay comfortable on breezy nights. We rounded up 10 gorgeous options in all sorts of colors and prints (Skulls! Stripes! Polka dots!), and the best part? These awesome accessories won’t break the bank. Click through to check ‘em out!
My amassment of scarves is one of the most important components in my wardrobe. A good scarf changes any outfit, but it serves especially well if you’re prone to head-to-toe monochrome … and I am. If you were to sift through my closet, you’d find black, gray, more black, white, dark gray, heather gray, maybe some navy blue here and there… and a veritable kaleidoscope of colorful scarves. They’re mainly silk, which is a good indicator as to the time of year they favor: winter calls for thick, dark knits, but come March I’m busting out the flashy accessories left and right. If you don’t own a springtime scarf, now would be the time to invest in a really, really amazing one, because you’ll be wearing it for the next couple of months, right up until things start to get steamy. Here are my picks for silky scarves in punchy hues — I promise they will give any and all of your outfits an instant, seasonally appropriate facelift.
Infinity scarves, which consist of a singular loop of fabric, have gotten so popular that it’s actually becoming difficult to find a scarf with two separate ends. I, for one, have been loving this trend — infinity scarves are cute, cozy, convenient, and when you throw them on the ground they kind of look like a portal to another world — but the other day my friend said they reminded her of a giant bird’s nest around your neck, and now I can’t shake that visual. Plus, if normal scarves are phased out, all the fun ways to wear them will be rendered obsolete. So, what’s your vote on infinity scarves? Love ‘em or leave ‘em?
I’m slightly jealous of this video as I, the resident scarf expert at The Frisky, had planned to make my own scarf tutorial. Harumpf. I hate this girl and her scarf expertise, but I am mature enough to set my feelings aside. I would not begrudge you, stylish people of the world, the chance to wear scarves like a pro. But for the record, mine would have been funnier. [Fashionably Geek]