Scarves

Discussion in 'More Accessories' started by Lolo, Oct 12, 2004.

  1. Lolo

    Lolo New Member

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    I want a big, neutral colored scarf- like a Pashmina but not necessarily as expensive. Any ideas? Think Kate Moss (wish I had a picture)
     
  2. sPaRkLiN'dIaMoNd

    sPaRkLiN'dIaMoNd New Member

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    i get a lot of my scarves from little boutiques in malls and arounds towns
     
  3. utopia

    utopia ingenue

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    they're easy to find most anywhere... in the states, places like tjmaxx, etc sometimes carry real pashminas knocked down to $60 or $70...as well as knock offs like anne klein and perry ellis that you can sometimes find in neutral colours. most department stores will have cheaper ones as well, and you should be able to find them in neutral colours.
     
  4. Erin

    Erin Iowa Girl Loves Fashion

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    TJ Maxx, or Marshalls, are both good bets... and def. Filene's basement, they have designer as real good prices if you catch them at the right time.
     
  5. Dark Princess

    Dark Princess New Member

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    I've gotten lot's of nice scarves from vintage/second-hand shops. IMO the best places for scarves. I'm a scarf addict :blush:
     
  6. TheSweetest

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    I think you should try bluefly.com and forzieri.com
     
  7. JanM

    JanM New Member

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    not everyone can pull off a scarf wrapped around the head...thats what i think! even as a belt...it's gotta match your other clothes or accessories! :P
     
  8. eleanor

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    What about Mexican Ribozo shawls? They are very vibrant!
     
  9. kealoha

    kealoha New Member

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    hit some thrift stores. i just got some great vintage scarves for only $1 a piece & use them as a sash/belt/cumberbund. i also raided my granny's closet & found a ton that she didn't want.
     
  10. chocsta

    chocsta New Member

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    They have some big shawl-like scarves in various colours available at H&M.
     
  11. Dixie

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    I have luck at Loehmann's.
     
  12. Aziandoll

    Aziandoll New Member

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    You could try making your own, by knitting or crocheting. That way you can custom make your own. :smile: I learned to crochet a long time ago, and this year, I am giving away scarves for Christmas presents. I'm taking a poll on everyone's favorite color. and i make them one. :smile:
     
  13. *alison*

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    Seeing as winter is coming i thought id revive this thread and i simply adore scarves. I've just bought a light beige wool/cashmere coat but i want to know what colours would look good with it. So far i can wear with it my classic Burberry scarf or a cream cashmere one Normally i wear a grey coat so i wear scarves in purple, pink, blue, cream, black, even green. what do you guys recommend for a pale beige (not camel)?
    Forzieri has the most beautiful collection....
     
  14. Ryan Riverz

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    Suddenly, strong thread revival.

    I could do with some more scarves myself, I have a green one but it's not all that great, and another one that isn't worth mentioning.
     
  15. CaitlinC

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    I like scarves that are long, thick and have cool designs on them.
     
  16. ally508

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    i always check ebay for inexpensive scarves. There are a few great sellers on there that have great big scarves
     
  17. nijuyanah

    nijuyanah Active Member

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    i am absolutely in love with the burberry snoods (if that counts a a scarf) but i also really like overly long and thick wool scarves. i actually made one myself in secondary upperclass, and still use it ^_^
     
  18. frapsylon

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    [FONT=&quot]Girls! I need a shawl and I want it black, so I was going to buy the Louis Vouitton “monogram lurex shawl” in black, I love it. But then I found out there’s this new “monogram rock shawl” which is awesome! So I need your suggestion cause it’s super cool but I’m afraid it’s not elegant, more for a “grunge chic” look not suitable for work, and that I may get bored of in a year or two… or not? [/FONT][FONT=&quot]Does any of u ever saw it? What do u think?!

    I attach a pic of the rock shawl, taked from the LV official website
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  19. michyed

    michyed THE STRANGER

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    ^That is absolutely GORGEOUS! :buzz: I want it too, I bet it's super expensive though :ninja:
     

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