Call me late to the party. Scarves have been trendy for some time but it took this year's ruffled, bold print and brightly colored designs to win me over. Now I'm hooked on this versatile, statement piece.
There's no easier way to add warmth (why did I ever resist?), a pop of color and overall oomph! to any outfit than with a scarf. Even better, these hot finds from Lindsay-Phillips will amp-up your style without blowing the budget.
The 70's-inspired Newberry combines head-turning hot pink, charcoal and orange hues in an oversized, houndstooth design. Stretchy and oh-so-soft, this mod, ruffled scarf just naturally crimps and curves in all the right places.
Besides being a cinch to tie, the fun frills are a stand-out with everything from basic T's to my classic gray, wool Banana trench. (See why I'm addicted?) Also available with a vivid green background; $34
Perfect for now as well as transitioning into spring, the airy, knit Cape Coral Scarf features delicate, frayed edges and a glittery pattern of tiny dots on a cloud-lifting blue, brown, gray or pink background. $25
These chic, anything-but-boring accessories are the brainchild of Lindsay Phillips, the 23-year-old creator of SwitchFlops (the flip flop with the switchable straps). Lindsay-Phillips footwear, scarves and bags (I already have my eye on the Black and White Cedar Key Tote; $49) are available at www.Lindsay-Phillips.com and select retailers.
Help for tying one on: