November 30, 2016

How to style a blanket scarf

Stripped Top || Similar Blanket Scarf || Black Jeans || Necklace c/o || Black Flats || Similar Purse || Alex and Ani Unicorn || Alex and Ani Initial 

Happy Wednesday friends!

I hope you are all doing well. I cannot believe that we are already at the end of November! Seriously, where did time go?! This year is flying by and low-key wish it would slow down. 

Today I’m excited to share a fun collaboration post with fellow fashion blogger Oby Grace of ObyGrace.com! Today we're sharing how we style our blanket scarfs for the cooler months so be sure to check out her post afterwards!

I jumped on the blanket scarf train last year and was skeptical of it at first, but now I’m LOVING it. It’s seriously super cozy and perfect for traveling. I’ve shown how I styled my blanket scarf by wearing it as a traditional scarf on my blog multiple times (see here, here and here!), but today I wanted to share another way I like to style my blanket scarfs. 

Unfortunately my blanket scarf is sold out, but I have linked several similar and super cute options down below for you all!

Lately I have been loving wearing my blanket scarfs as wraps and make shift ponchos. It seriously feels like I’m wearing a giant cozy blanket outside, but in a super chic way. Another thing I’ve been into lately is pattern mixing. Stripes and plaid are such a classic pairing and I have been wearing them nonstop! 

My number one rule when mixing prints or incorporating loud pieces in my outfits is to keep everything else simple so nothing clashes. All black everything seems to be my go to when deciding what to pair with my loud pieces!

What do you all think about blanket scarfs? Do you love them as much as I do or are you a little over the trend? Let me know in the comments down below!

Also, be sure to stop by Oby's blog and check out how she styled her blanket scarf!

I hope you all have a wonderful week and as always, thank you for stopping by! 

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