Fashion Over 40: How to Style a Spring Scarf
I’m sharing how to style a spring scarf, and this adorable tassel scarf is only $18 at LOFT!
Vince Camuto Shirred Shoulder Blouse // DL1961 Florence skinnies // LOFT whale scarf ($18!!!)
Tory Burch Lexington Wedge Sandals // Tory Burch Serif T Saddlebag (30% off!!!)
arm candy from my Stella & Dot boutique // gold hoops
I’m trying out a new look today. I’m not a huge scarf fan, even in the wintertime when they’re somewhat practical, so I don’t usually wear them in the spring and summer. However, I saw this look on another blog and thought it was so cute I wanted to try it myself.
White on white is a huge trend this spring, so I’m giving it a go with my favorite white jeans and this Shirred Shoulder V-Neck Blouse. I tried quite a few white blouses before I settled on this one. It was a little more than I wanted to spend, but it’s not as sheer as some, and the fit is fantastic, so it’s a keeper.
I picked up this coral whale scarf at LOFT on one of their recent sales. It wasn’t the whales that caught my attention so much as this pretty shade of coral pink and those adorable silky tassels. It is currently marked down to $29.99, plus it’s an extra 40% off, bringing it down to $18!!! The final discount will be calculated automatically when you put it in your Shopping Cart.
I tried styling the scarf a few ways, but I ended up doing the simple draped look you see here.
I kept all of the components neutral with so the scarf really stands out. I actually sort of like this look — scarf and all! It’s a little fussy for everyday, but I can totally see wearing this outfit to a conference, a school function, or lunch out with friends.
How about you? Do you wear scarves in the spring and summer?
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