Winter Scarf Trends
I’ve had several people ask me if scarves are still in style this fall, and the answer is unequivocally, YES! But scarf trends do evolve, and I’ve definitely noticed them evolving this year.
I’m not seeing the bulky square blanket scarves tied kerchief style much at all this year. (Hallelujah!)
True confessions, I hated that trend. I tried wearing mine that way a couple of times in my daily life, and I felt ridiculous.
This year I’m seeing more of the traditional look with oblong scarves looped around with the ends dangling in the front — basically, how we’ve always worn scarves.
Speaking of scarf trends, I’m also not seeing a ton of infinity scarves around this year. Personally I like the infinity scarves because they’re so easy to style so I will keep wearing mine, but I’m totally fine with ditching the big square blanket scarves.
Now don’t get mad at me if you invested in a bunch of those square blanket scarves last year. As with most matters of fashion, if you like it, you should wear it. I don’t think it looks out of style necessarily; it just isn’t all the rage as it was for the last couple of years.
In addition to the traditional plaid, solid scarves with long fringe are definitely trending.
If you’re looking for a fairly inexpensive way to update your wardrobe, a scarf is a great way to do it! Plus, they’re practical because they keep you warm.
Here are a bunch of my scarf outfits from over the years, and I’ve rounded up a bunch of gorgeous scarves that are currently in stock for your shopping convenience!
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