Blanket Scarf and Two-Tone Jeans

It’s that time of year again: Blanket Scarf Season! Like I discussed in my 2019 NYFW trend post, blanket scarves are still very much in – and I think they will stay in for a long time.

I have always been such a big scarf fan. I used to buy so many scarves that I used to actually have a problem. Every time I would see one I would NEED IT.. and I would buy it. During my recent closet clean out, I went through which scarves I actually needed, which ones were similar to one another, and which ones would be classic staples that I could always wear. I was able to narrow down my collection to about 8 scarves that I can add to any outfit if needed.

How to Wear a Blanket Scarf:

Blanket scarves make a great ‘third piece‘ to add to any outfit. They can be worn as either a statement accessory like how I wore it in these photos, or they can be worn as main top like THIS. Scarves also work in the warmer months like SEEN HERE as more as a throw. They are a super fun addition to any look and I love the multi-toned scarves! Shop blanket scarves from all different price ranges below:

Two-Toned Jeans:

I got these jeans a long time ago from BDG at Urban Outfitters and I knew it was an interesting buy. There was something that really stood out about these jeans to me! While I don’t wear them all the time, they are a really interesting pair of black jeans to throw on when I want more of fun look. I linked some fun jeans below:

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WEARING:
Scarf: Zara (similar / similar)
Sunnies: Warby Parker
Sweater: Banana Republic
Jeans: BDG at Urban Outfitters
Booties: Sam Edelman (similar / similar / similar)
Bag: Urban Outfitters

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2 Comments

  1. February 26, 2019 / 4:11 PM

    Oh the two toned jeans are super fun. I have a pair similar this in patches. Love them with the blanket scarf. Hope you had good FW

    Allie of
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