Looking hot in a wet season sometimes seems so out of this world. So impossible. It is not easy to find a perfect outfit when scouting through your wardrobe with warmth in mind. Layering seems like the only way we are going to survive this chill.
Cold weather is just as beautiful as the sunny one but if you aren’t sufficiently prepared for it, then you will miss all the joy of it. However with wonders like scarves the sun will find us still looking hot this season.
It’s a choice. You can either carry on freezing during this chilly weather with last season’s outfits or you can buy into what is hot right now. What better way to embrace this season than with beautifully coloured scarves.
Believe me scarves are the biggest thing right now. It is time to revamp your wardrobe and to add this lovely creation that is a scarf.
Scarves come in many incredible varieties: wool knit, cotton, satin, silk and fur. A great scarf is one that is especially soft and can be wrapped tightly and comfortably around the neck. It should be a beautiful blend of warmth and fashion.
Scarves will look great paired with any plain top or classy shirts. The beauty and elegance like we have always said is in what it is accessorized with.
Scarves are ideal for accessorizing outfits that are dull. Plain outfits can become a surprising bright when accessorized with a scarf. Choose your scarves to represent your personal taste and style.
A scarf can work with almost everything from dresses and jeans, to trousers. Also, for that diva look, you can tie a scarf around your waist as a belt.
There is a common misconception of scarves being too informal. However, when paired with a business suit depending on length and material it can pass just as any other sash.
A cold chill down your spine, an occasional flu slip is a big price to pay. Do buy that scarf you’ve been thinking about. Freeze and shine is a phase that was meant to be a theory with no practicals.
Scarves are definitely here to stay and we have no choice but to let them conquer our wardrobes. They are the surest way to keep hot in wet weather.