Top 5 Fall Scarves
The leaves are falling, the geese are flying south for the winter and summer is officially over. Dry your tears with our favorite fall accessory -- the scarf! Here are our top 5 picks for this season. Check 'em out. Comment on 'em below!
#5 Free People
Free People's Cut About Fringe Scarf is a slice of tie-dyed perfection, as far as we're concerned this season. This multicolor woven scarf features tie-dye fringe trimming all around. It's a fun and colorful piece to throw on during those chillier fall days. ($48 at FreePeople.com)
#4 Urban Outfitters
Urban Outfitters' Study Hall Plaid Scarf is thicker and shorter than most lightweight scarves, so it lays a little differently than most scarves out there. We love the deep berry color and the barely-there plaid pattern. (Love the berry color? Pair this scarf with luscious berry-colored lipstick, one of the top fall trends in makeup this year.) ($29 Urban Outfitters)
#3 J Crew
J Crew's Polka Dot Scarf is cozy and made of lightweight wool, but that's not why we love it... It's SO cute! Fun, flirty white polka dots on a purple or yellow background are so hot it can turn any plain t-shirt into a trendy outfit! ($26.50 with free shipping from jcrew.com)
#2 Mod Cloth
Mod Cloth's Cocoa Flow Scarf is luscious, soft and delicious. It brings to mind what we love best about fall... HALLOWEEN CHOCOLATES! Wrap this gently crinkled scarf around your neck over your favorite ballet neck t-shirt or a wool fall coat for extra warmth and extra style. (modcloth.com $17.99)
Tom's Flag Stripe Scarf is great for girls and guys. Its blue, white and navy stripes complement just about any fall or winter coat and it's made of super soft brushed acrylic (not wool, for those of you who find even soft wool kind of scratchy). Bonus: like all Tom's products, for every scarf you buy ($30 from their website, toms.com), they will donate a pair of shoes to a child in need.
Have your Say
What's your favorite way to wear a scarf in fall? Outdoors only, over a coat or as an accessory to complete an outfit? When you pick a scarf, do you go for style or softness? Have your say in the comments below!