Affordable Scarves is exactly that- a site for great scarves at great prices. A few of my favorites:
Lindsay Rose Scarf, $15.30
Leopard Print Infinity Scarf, $16.11
Posey Plaid Winter Scarf, $10.46
There is a decent variety of colors, patterns, textiles and styles of scarves available on the site and nearly every scarf is discounted. Also, it's easy to search for different types of scarves- you can search by season, material, color, style, trend, shape and size. In addition to being an online resource for all types of scarves, they are also affiliated with Scarves.net, a resource for all things scarf-related. What I like most about scarves.net is the videos. Have you ever wondered how to tie a scarf in interesting ways? Scarves.net offers a library of how-to videos from the most basic methods to more complicated styles called "37 Ways to Tie a Scarf." Some of my favorites:
And of course, you can always take a look at the post I did last year about how to tie a scarf here.
Scarves aren't just for fall and winter, but there is something very cozy about the feel of a warm, soft scarf around your neck on a chilly day. Are you the type of person who wears scarves purely for their function, or is it all about the style for you? Or maybe it's both- you like the function and the style to work together. If you know of any great scarf-tying tips, please leave a comment! And enjoy these last few days of warm weather before scarves are a daily necessity!