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trend:: skinny scarf

This fall has been all about the era of peace, love, and happiness. The 70’s are making a major come back! One of my favorite trends to rock is the skinny scarf.

This kind of scarf can be a little tricky for some people because I mean how do you wear it?

skinny scarf, 70s, trend, style

This look is super 70s and super cute! This black skinny scarf really pulls the look together and is used more as a necklace than a scarf. I threw on my cut-out black booties just to add a little edge to a rather flowy look.

details, scarf, fashion

Now if you don’t have a skinny scarf laying around, no problem! This scarf is actually a belt from a dress (I know!) If you have a dress that came with a silk tie at the waist it is most likely the perfect width and length to tie around your neck, or even tie in your hair!

loft, fall, scarf, silk

This is one of my favorite looks! It just screams fall style. This graphic print dress is so comfortable, I probably could sleep in it. I paired this dress with brown booties (would look great with nude pumps!) and of course a scarf!

scarf, white, henri bendel

I decide that the 70’s inspired print would be perfect to pair with a white skinny scarf tied in a bow. This silk scarf from Henri Bendel was a bit pricey, but for the quality and versatility it was well worth it! I probably could buy every color, but I don’t think my wallet would like me.

Just a casual hair flip. This is my last look, and I think it is not only casual but very French. This printed scarf came straight out of my mom’s closet. Moms, grandmas, aunts, basically any woman in your life can have some amazing vintage finds!

This printed scarf is the focal point of my outfit and by keeping everything else neutral and casual, it just gives off such an effortlessly chic vibe.

I hope you can find some 70’s inspiration!

Fashion is about being a fabulous unicorn!

Thanks for reading loves.


1 Comment

  1. Janine
    November 16, 2015 / 6:54 pm

    Love the looks. Thanks for the ideas and credit.

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