*In this late-night feature – which will run Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week – I’ll gather up three fun items that are currently on sale online and share them with you! I would LOVE suggestions: Stylish wide-width pumps? Classic v-necked sweaters? Chandelier earrings? Petite dress slacks? What would you like to see featured?*
LP requested a few picks for graphic scarves, preferably under $50, so here we go:
Desigual David – was $44, now $35.99
You newsletter subscribers got to see this scarf in action in an outfit just yesterday, and I’m ever so glad I snagged it. Like my other beloved Desigual scarves, it’s a large rectangle, nice thin/lightweight material, and printed with lush, vibrant graphics. Such a great shot of color for winter outfits! 45″ x 80″, polyester.
Echo Design Dots & Dots – was $38, now $30.99
This big dot print has the movement and color of an abstract, but the regularity of a geometric. Best of both worlds! It’s also a large rectangle at 42″ x 80″, and a lightweight polyester. If this version doesn’t ring your chimes, it also comes in blue/brown dots on black, blue/green dots on black, and purple/turquoise dots on black, all of which are gorgeous. (6pm has lots of gorgeous Echo scarves on sale.)
Gabriella Rocha Amii – was $35, now $15.99
Black and white prints are simultaneously trendy and classic, and they really do go with just about everything. This darling print shows birds sitting on a wire, but is just abstract enough to pass for a geometric. And if black and white feels too stark, it also comes in ivory on coral, white on tan, pale green on cornflower, and green on black. 28″ x 70″, polyester.
Betsey Johnson Pleated Checker Dots – was $34, now $27.99
Can’t get more graphic than mixed prints. Such a fun mashup of polka dots and plaid! This scarf is loud enough that it would likely need to be the focal point of your outfit, but could still be paired with solid reds and greens to great effect. Also comes in a neon pink/orange print.
P.S. Need some scarf-tying resources? Here ya go!
And here are a few posts of mine:
- Scarf Styling Secrets
- Pretzel Knot Scarf Tie
- Twisted Rope Scarf Tie
- And more here in How to Train Yourself to Accessorize
Other not-currently-on-sale resources for graphic scarves:
- Echo Design – Reliably produces gorgeous graphic scarves in loads of sizes and shapes.
- Anthropologie – I don’t buy from them frequently, but some of my favorite printed scarves hail from Anthro.
- Nordstrom – Seriously. The other two shops skew a little spendy, and although Nordstrom would be happy to sell you a $400 scarf, there are plenty of lovely options under $50 like this sumptuous ink blot scarf.
- And, of course, THRIFT STORES! Especially if you’re seeking smaller shapes, thrift stores are the best possible place to look. Loads of scarves for super cheap. (thethriftshopper.com can help you locate stores near you.)
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