With scarves littering the shelves of many boutiques around the metro area, there is no question, as winter draws to a close, that they are a top pick in many wardrobes – both for the sake of function and fashion. But, have you ever found yourself bored with tying that scarf in the same old knot you've been using for years?
Well, thanks to social media, such as Pinterest, Stumbledupon, Facebook, Instagram and many others, access to ideas on how to change things up is becoming infinite. There are posts being shared all over the internet with ideas that can be utilized to make one item shine in many different ways. One post that can be found on Pinterest comes from scarves.net, and shows different knots.
One thing that rings true in the average Denver girl’s style is a need to look good while combating unpredictable weather. Adding a scarf around your waist on a sunny morning might just be what keeps your neck warm later that afternoon when the clouds come out, offering the ominous illusion of snow to come.
Now, where should one look for unique and different scarves that will set her apart from her friends? Well, small boutiques like Starlet and True Love, both on Broadway, offer looks that the mass public won’t strut. Other places, like Buffalo Exchange or Plato's Closet, have second-hand scarves that have been lightly used. For the girls that prefer looking in a mall setting for their purchases, any accessory or clothing boutique is likely to have a great selection. Even stores that don't seem to fit one’s regular mode of apparel may have a treasure that is completely unexpected. Professional attire or more mature stores, such as J. Crew, J. Jill, and New York and Co., will likely have scarves the fast fashion followers would find unexpected and refreshing.
So, as winter finishes up and spring begins to change the weather, be prepared and accessorize with scarves.