Yes, they are! It's not a hasty response, as you would think, but a perfectly justified point of view. Firstly, the cold season is the best time for bright and catchy accessories because, with their help, you can and should breathe life into our gloomy autumn looks in 'so beloved' gray and black tones. Secondly, everything atypical is already a guarantee of success - the main thing is to approach the issue competently. In this selection, we will analyze three types of non-standard scarves and figure out how and with what to wear them.
Are big-logo scarves still in fashion? This question arises for a reason - the trend on logo-print scarves is so beloved by many influencers and fashionistas is off its game. However, many streetwear and luxury brands are in no hurry to return to modest branding somewhere on the edge of the item. So, if you're in a logomania fun group and you want everyone to see that you're wearing your favorite brand from a mile away, don't waste your time! The best way to wear a big-logo scarf is to make it the main accessory in a sport-chic style outfit.
Another quite extravagant and hard-to-combine type of scarf is a shearling scarf. The main problem here is not to make your outfit too heavy and massive. To avoid that, wear such a scarf over the shoulder with a top-to-toe black or monochrome look. If you're not afraid of mixing different textures, colors, and prints, try to match it with a plain top and a speckled bottom.
First of all, a few words about this technique. Intarsia is a kind of knitting, involving the creation of colored inserts and patterns using yarn of different colors or textures. The main feature of the intarsia technique is that when knitting in this way, there are no broaches from the threads from the seamy side. Among all these three types of scarves, the Intarsia scarf is the most practical and wearable – short or long, monotonous, or colorful, whatever! You can wear it absolutely with everything without thinking of the current trends. Intarsia scarves are always in style!
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