Dressed for: Scarf Time

Already Pretty outfit featuring long blue blazer, star print scarf, jeggings, frye vera slouch

Scarf – becksondergaard (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Jacket – thrifted – similarsustainable/used options
Tee shirt – Alternative Apparel Eco Dreamer
Jeggings – courtesy Karen Kane (also in plus sizes)
Boots – Frye Vera Slouchsustainable/used pairs

I am most certainly NOT looking forward to a long, cold winter … but our marvelously warm autumn is making me hanker for true scarf weather. I loved how this old scarf and new-to-me blazer looked together so I kept myself swathed all day, but I think it was about 70 degrees. Sometimes the weather and the season just refuse to agree!


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2 Responses to “Dressed for: Scarf Time”

  1. Keisha

    I tried looking through your archive to see if you’ve already answered this and while there are some really great posts on styling scarves/how to wear them, I couldn’t find one that addressed my specific scarf concern – when I wear them like you’ve done here, wrapped around the neck and slightly bulky, I’m fine with how it all looks from the front and sides but I feel like the bulk is so overwhelming in the back where the two layers of scarf overlap. Is that just the price of wearing a scarf like this, and no one else thinks it looks weird?