Home » Products

Scarf-Tacular Autumn Accents

Submitted by on August 21, 2012 – 7:50 pmNo Comment

Cincopa WordPress plugin
From A-list celebrities to business moguls to on-the-street hipsters and style savants, scarves are proven to be an easy and effective way to elevate a look from ordinary to extraordinary and from drab to fab. Given their wardrobe adaptability, each season ushers in a litany of new scarf styles in a range of trending fabrics, colors, prints, shapes and sizes. Here are a few spectacular scarves that have emerged in line with this season’s hottest fall fashion trends:

TREND: Artisan Prints
Bindya “Hades” Scarf ( – $75
The wool/silk blend Bindya Hades Scarf features a hip, brightly colored hand-painted pattern that is perfect for accessorizing upcoming fall trends. The Hades pattern combines gorgeous teal and coral with a neutral palette of brown that transitions beautifully from day to night looks. This is a go-to piece for turning any solid-colored fall outfit into a trend-setting statement. Known for their must-have tie-dyed cashmere scarves, gauzy shawls and gorgeous wraps featuring hand painted designs and heavy sequined embellishment, Bindya’s designs capture the imagination and have proven addictive in their fine quality blends of cashmere, wool, and silk.

TREND: Blue and Black
DAR LIN “Alaska” Scarf ( – $45
The 100% organic cotton gauze DAR LIN Alaska Scarf is made with a beautiful ombre trinity color dye, one of the season’s hottest colors. It is part of a contemporary scarf collection that features a range of characters, animals, botanical patterns and geometric shapes fused with bold colors that complement current trends. With its extensive library of original artwork and incomparable timeless elegance, DAR LIN offers the modern metropolitan customer a fresh, sophisticated and unprecedented style of expression. This DAR LIN Alaska piece is perfect for transitioning to the upcoming fall season and will make an aptly coordinated outfit instantly on trend.

TREND: Cranberry
Cranberry Tart Scarf ( – $37.50
Add this wide and plush infinity scarf to any outfit for both comfort and style. The Cranberry Tart Scarf is handmade using 100% cotton yarn in a deep red, which is one of this season’s primary color points. The comfortable and breathable cotton scarf doesn’t have that annoying itch-factor, and the open knit form will add an elegant and vintage touch to your fall style. Also functional, the Cranberry Tart Scarf will also keep you warm and cozy during the chilly months ahead. The scarf is 5” wide and 56” around so it can be worn long or looped around twice for a fuller look.

Photo Credit: QVC

TREND: Animal Print
Luxe Rachel Zoe Snow Leopard Print Wrap Scarf ( – $37
The season animal prints are everywhere. Take a walk on the wild side and get wrapped up in this perfectly posh piece from the Luxe Rachel Zoe collection. Thrown over your shoulders with a little black dress or swept around your neck atop a gorgeous cashmere sweater or a chic blazer, Rachel Zoe’s Snow Leopard Print Wrap Scarf is a fierce finishing touch. It’s a great way to tie a diverse color pallete into one awesome outfit. The scarf measures approximately 80″L x 26″W and is 100% rayon.

TREND: Bold Colors
Wendy Williams Printed Swirl Oblong Scarf ( – $29
The Adorn by Wendy Williams Printed Swirl Oblong Scarf has a bold, freeform swirled print rife with vibrant pink and tangerine. The bold color combination, unique for autumn apparel, makes a great accent for a solid top or jacket – especially juxtaposed with darker traditional fall colors. It measures approximately 24″W x 72″L and is 100% polyester.

***Some or all of the accommodations(s), experience(s), item(s) and/or service(s)
detailed above were provided at no cost and/or sponsored to accommodate this review, but all opinions
expressed are entirely those of Merilee Kern and have not been influenced in any
way as per the disclosure policy on our “Legal” page***


Leave a comment!

Add your comment below, or trackback from your own site. You can also subscribe to these comments via RSS.

Be nice. Keep it clean. Stay on topic. No spam.

You can use these tags:
<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

This is a Gravatar-enabled weblog. To get your own globally-recognized-avatar, please register at Gravatar.