Fashion Transitional Trend

When it comes to transitional trends between Winter and Spring, I love the blanket scarf!

We saw this trend on the streets of Stockholm last fall during the Fashion Week. I love this trend so much that I ordered a plaid scarf and wear it at home all the time as a shawl. It’s warm and comfy, especially for our cold Canadian winter months.

What is great about this trend? Well, first, it comes in different patterns like stripes and plaid. And, you can also wear it as a transitional piece you can add with your trench as seen in the photo above or with a jacket and jeans as shown below.

The blanket scarf can be worn any way you want. It’s versatile and a great accessory to add to your wardrobe and to any outfit for a stylish touch.

How do you wear this trend? Send me a photo!

Talk with you soon!

Jackie M.

Your personal fashion stylist

Published by Jackie M.

Fashion stylist. Image consultant. Romance author. Entrepreneure.

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Centre for Scottish Studies

at the University of Stirling

E-M@G - Kim Charles & La Vie

L'art de vivre | Bien être | Spiritualité | Style de vie | Santé

The Mean Wardrobe

Fashion Portfolio by Meghna And Anudeep

Creating Your Style

Making Fashion Your Own

Mthokozisi Nyandeni Inspirations

Motivational,restoration and revival

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