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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Scarfs As A Fashion Statement?

Splash some color in your cold weather OOTD via scarfs!

Big fluffy scarfs are a heaven-sent when you’re freezing and don’t want to part with your true love: your blanket. If you’re wondering whether it is doable to make a scarf as a statement because your chilly weather OOTD is often neutral in vibes then, the answer is YES!

In fact, you can make your scarf the center of the attention by choosing it in an eye-opening color (or print) that is your favorite. Blue, red, mustard, neon yellow, plaid, whatever tickles your fancy – you can even choose to wear scarfs with quirky motifs and a bazillion colors if you so prefer, so go wild.

The idea is to wear it deliberately around your neck, as a hair accessory (if it’s skinny) or over the shoulder of your coat and cinched at the waist. Whichever way you opt to style your loud statement scarf depends on your practical needs and style concerns.

For a look and a quick style inspo on how bloggers from cold places wear their scarfs as a fashion statement, keep calm and scroll away. Enjoy!

Which outfit with a loud scarf is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!

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