Coordinating Spring Colors and Silk Scarves

by Mary DeArment April 24, 2016

Coordinating a colorful silk scarf or light cashmere scarf to any spring wardrobe choice keeps you stylish and prepared for cool spring evenings.
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Spring colors, like spring flowers, can be soft pastels or bold brights. Either way, white commonly lightens the mood. If white isn't in your scarf, incorporate it in your outfit such as a white sweater. Black always coordinates  and sets off the flowery colors of the scarves.
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Breezy days create more options by bringing your scarf to life. For a dramatic look allow the breeze to catch your scarf and define your figure. Be careful when you turn though that it doesn't fly away!
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Tame your hair in the spring wind by wearing your silk scarf as a head wrap.
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The 36 inch scarf can be used as a classic triangular stole.
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Jeans, white sweater and a bright bold scarf plus wind equals classic casual spring fashion.
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Denim works for a casual spring look, and a simple timeless cami allows the scarf to be the accent.

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Enjoy spring flowers, spring fever and spring colors in a spring scarf. Choose silk or light cashmere, soft as petals .






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