Scarves are always in for fall and winter. They dress up any casual outfit and can add color when you are wearing solid colors. While the weather is still warm in Los Angeles and you can still wear white, printed colorful scarves are a great way to add color and elegance to any outfit.
Perking up a casual office look with a scarf is a great way to look more polished and professional when being called in for that last minute meeting for work. It’s a good idea to keep a few in your office drawer for work or some dressier ones in your car for that last minute night out invitation from the office.
Besides making you look great, scarves also keep you warm. if you purchase a large enough one you get more flexibility to wear them many ways, and more bang for your buck. Wrap the shawl around your shoulders for the slightly cooler days. You can also tie it around your waist over a pair of black leggings. Shawls over evening dresses are a great look to show off your shoulders in a strapless dress for a cool night. Just pinch it down one shoulder and you have instant glamour to go, especially if you choose a fabric that has sparkle in it.
For fall and winter all colors are good. Burberry plaid is great with trench coats, patterned scarves are great with pastel shades and darker shades like brown look great against camel, grey scarves look great against black and brown scarves look great against beige.
Looking great in a scarf is not just for the neck. Wrap it around your head and loosely tie it around your neck on the side and pair it with sunglasses and you will have that instant Jackie "O" look of Hollywood glamour.
If you are taking photos and you are wearing all black, stripe patterns and floral patterns in lighter colors will make you stand out in the photo as all black tends to set you back in the photo against others that may be wearing lighter colors. This trick is also a great face brighter.
Shop the stores now when the selection in Los Angeles is the plentiful and prices stay low before the Christmas and holiday rush.