Rachel Yeomans for Second City Style Magazine
I have five wicker baskets each overflowing with scarves of every shape, size and color. One can safely assume from this fact that I love scarves.
Therefore once the latest trend of the infinity/eternity scarf came on
to the fashion scene, I immediately bought another wicker basket.
One of my biggest complaints in regards to the scarf is that it has
ends. Do I tuck them into my coat? How do I make them stay around my
neck when the wind keeps blowing them behind me? Do I tie the ends if I
don’t want to fold it in half and stick the ends through the middle? As much as I love scarves, they can be quite frustrating at inopportune times.
My first introduction to the infinity scarf was through a
dress purchase that had a reversible scarf sewn into the neckline. I
could wear the dress just letting the scarf loop hang loose for a
casual artistic look. I could bunch it around my neck for a fitted
look. Or I could loop it loosely around my neck for the two-layered
scarf look. No matter how I played with it, it looked good, provided several different looks, and always stayed in place!
So if I had a dress with an infinity scarf attached to it, why not
buy singular infinity scarves to accompany other outfits in my
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