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Set Yourself Apart With a Fabulous Silk Scarf!

Updated on August 25, 2015
Who could forget the Virgin Atlantic ads...
Who could forget the Virgin Atlantic ads...

For centuries, associations, clubs and organizations have worn scarves to create a consistent and discernible look for their affiliates and personnel. It has always been an integral part of a uniformed look. Military personnel and Girl Guides have integrated neck scarves into their uniforms with positive results. The addition of neck scarves creates a decidedly individual and well turned-out appearance.

In today’s world, neck scarves continue to add élan while acting as a symbol of a specific profession. This is particularly true for those careers that demand women create the allure of both beauty and professionalism. Since the first passenger ship took to the skies, female crew members have proudly worn silk scarves as part of their uniform ensemble. There is little doubt this small piece of silk material has added both elegance and style. The same can be said of other professionals. Take, for instance, the female make-up artists at your favorite retail outlet. These stunning women, cleverly coiffed and styled, add a dash of color and verve by adding one of these striking and multitalented accessories.

The original use of the neck scarf is not forgotten in today’s corporate world. It becomes an integral part of the overall image. Yet, for those working women who have a choice, marvelous hand painted silk scarves allow them to make their own statement – one of well-groomed class and style. The same is true for female lawyers. They, too, are fans of women’s scarves. Their selection of neckwear allows them to personalize their wardrobe while clearly stating both their status and their profession.

The unique designs that indicate the hours of minute detail and work involved in the creation of hand painted silk scarves are not solely the provenance of high salaried attorneys. Although created from the highest grade of silk through the skills of experts, silk scarves are highly affordable. As a result, women of lesser resources can achieve the desired look – one of grace and sheer sumptuousness that stands out from the mundane.

You can choose to wear a silk scarf every day. The versatility of this accessory provides you with any number of creative options. If you strive for class and chic, simply select from the wide variety of distinctive designs. The availability of a massive array of colors also adds to your ability to alter even the plainest ensemble into something fashionable and lavish.

No matter what a female’s size, weight or body type, there are silk scarves to suit it. In fact, the right silk scarf hides any personal flaws and heightens assets. Moreover, silk scarves can accomplish this without labeling you as a member of any particular club. You are, after all, not a Hermes or Chanel follower, but your own distinct person. Silk scarves let his individuality shine through.

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      Eileen Kersey 7 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

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      Eileen Kersey 7 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

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