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Unique Scarves

Updated on November 29, 2017
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Erin is a writer and content creator from Georgia, United States. She loves coffee, books, and puppies.

Infinity scarf
Infinity scarf | Source


Scarves are chic accessories that can be easily worn over solid clothing. It can also provide another layer of warmth in the cooler months. For warmer months, it can simply provide interest to an otherwise boring outfit. There are so many different types of scarves that can be worn during the various seasons. Find a scarf that displays your unique personality and matches with clothing that you already own.

Try gray, black, brown, or other dark colored scarves for the fall and winter. Wear pastel or bright colored ones for the spring and summer. There are also many different types which include braided and roped scarves. Others have pockets, geometric shapes, or quirky prints. Pick your favorites so you can look fashionable throughout the year.


Fall and Winter Scarves

Large buttons keep warmth in around the neck.
Large buttons keep warmth in around the neck.
These pockets can be used for warming chilly fingers or for keeping a cell phone handy.
These pockets can be used for warming chilly fingers or for keeping a cell phone handy. | Source
This tangled scarf looks very cozy.
This tangled scarf looks very cozy.
The many pockets make this scarf look whimsical.
The many pockets make this scarf look whimsical. | Source

Spring and Summer Scarves

The unusual shape of this scarf allows it to fold up neatly for easy storage.
The unusual shape of this scarf allows it to fold up neatly for easy storage. | Source
Collar Scarf
Collar Scarf | Source
Magnets are embedded inside so wearers can create various shapes.
Magnets are embedded inside so wearers can create various shapes. | Source
This unique scarf has its own jewelry.
This unique scarf has its own jewelry.
A crocheted power cord is quirky and cute.
A crocheted power cord is quirky and cute. | Source
Random letters cascade down for literature lovers.
Random letters cascade down for literature lovers. | Source
These lovely scarves have map prints.
These lovely scarves have map prints.
This scarf encoporates braiding and draping.
This scarf encoporates braiding and draping.
Roped scarves look nautical yet trendy.
Roped scarves look nautical yet trendy. | Source

Fashion 2013

Altuzarra Spring 2013
Altuzarra Spring 2013 | Source
Ruffian Spring 2013
Ruffian Spring 2013 | Source
Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2013
Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2013 | Source
Liu Wen for Louis Vuitton, Fall/Winter 2013
Liu Wen for Louis Vuitton, Fall/Winter 2013 | Source
Miu Miu Fall 2013
Miu Miu Fall 2013 | Source

Fashion 2014

Marc by Marc Jacob Fall 2014
Marc by Marc Jacob Fall 2014 | Source
Osam Fall 2014
Osam Fall 2014 | Source
Prada Pre-Fall 2014
Prada Pre-Fall 2014 | Source
Christopher Lemaire Fall-Winter 2014-2015
Christopher Lemaire Fall-Winter 2014-2015
Burberry Prosum 2014-2015
Burberry Prosum 2014-2015 | Source

How to Tie a Scarf

Colorful Scarves
Colorful Scarves | Source
Winter scarves
Winter scarves
Stylish scarves
Stylish scarves | Source

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      5 years ago

      Good hub; scarves are a great gift, too! I guess in terms of accessories, scarves can also make extras such as earrings a little less 'obligatory', or whatever the term is.

      Blessings.

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      Erin Bower 5 years ago from Georgia

      LadyLyell: I'm really glad you enjoyed this and found it useful. I really want to visit New Zealand; I've heard it's beautiful! I hope you get to wear your scarf again sometime soon. Thanks for reading. :)

      innerspin: There are so many different types of scarves to try out. Happy scarf shopping!

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      Kim Kennedy 5 years ago from uk

      This is so cool. I'd love to wear scarves with more panache. Maybe this will be the year I give it a whirl, thanks!

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      LadyLyell 5 years ago from George, South Africa

      I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this hub, so thanks for your effort. It is refreshing to read and learn about something on a light note on hub pages. These are useful ideas and as I am only now starting to wear scarves I will copy a few ideas. In my travels I've bought beautiful scarves and when in New Zealand I bought pink moehair wool that I knitted into a scarf but have only worn once, such a waist!

      I live in a warm/hot climate so have less use for scarves than people living in cold climates.

      Once again than thanks!

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      Erin Bower 5 years ago from Georgia

      jennifereve110: You're welcome! I really enjoyed writing it.

      RTalloni: I'm so glad you liked this. :)

      learner365: Wow; that's awesome that you've painted your own scarves. You should write a hub about it if you haven't already. Thanks for commenting!

      Londonlady: I like those particular scarves, too. That's true! Thank you for voting. :)

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      Laura Writes 5 years ago

      Ooo, the 2nd and the 6th scarves are gorgeous! I also like the one with a lot of pockets. If you had that I imagine you'd never have to carry your purse again! Money in one pocket, ID's in another, your favorite lipstick in another and so on. Great hub! Voted up

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      Saadia A 5 years ago

      Really very interesting collection of scarves. I myself have painted hand made silk scarves and they look pretty amazing. Thank you for sharing something wonderful about scarves.

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      RTalloni 5 years ago from the short journey

      An unusual collection with a neat video on tying scarves. Inspiring--thanks! :)

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      Jennifer Eve 5 years ago from New York

      Thanks for this.....

      I like the blue scarf from others.

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      Erin Bower 5 years ago from Georgia

      Mhatter99: Thanks for reading this! I bet you looked great in them. :)

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      Martin Kloess 5 years ago from San Francisco

      Thank you for sharing this. I used to be known for my long flowing scarves.

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