The snow has melted, the mercury in your thermometer is rising and it sounds like the groundhog was right, we’re in for an early spring. You don’t have to say goodbye to your favorite accessory because the snow is gone, scarves are just as good for making statements as they are for staying warm. Make your neck the fashion envy of Long Island with these spring-friendly styles of scarves.
An oversized scarf is a perfect transitional piece for the earliest weeks of spring when the weather is warm during the day and cold at night. You can tie it up as a cute accessory, then once the temperature drops unfold it to drape over your neck and shoulders. Big scarves are great for staying fashionably protected from the windy months of March and April because they won’t turn your cute ‘do into a bad hair day like a hat.
Something in the Middle
Your winter scarves are probably bulky and made of thick wool to keep you warm in the harsh Long Island winters. Now that spring has sprung, scarves are more of an accessory than a necessity. Opt for a thin, lightweight one and use the unpredictable weather as an excuse to go crazy with looping, knotting and folding oblong scarves. Not sure where to start? Let Pinterest be your guide.
If you’re in the market for an elegant accent to your spring adventures, find an ascot with a fun print to make a statement that draws eyes to your face. The beauty of this style is that you can wear solid colors in your outfit to make the scarf pop, or jazz up an already adorable get-up by tying the knot into a bow. Pulling off a neckerchief is as easy as your style is effortless.