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Spring Scarf Style

If there is one universal truth in fashion, it’s that you can never have enough scarves. Think about it: they’re provide that extra bit of warmth on a chilly day or when you want to go sleeveless, they make pretty much any outfit look like a million bucks, they’re a great addition of color or pattern to dresses and separates, and they’re an inexpensive way to make a longtime favorite outfit look completely transformed. We could go on and on, but suffice it to say that Annie’s Inkwell wool scarf hits every one of these marks—and more.

In featherweight wool and a long length, this scarf is especially perfect for nighttime, when the temps in these parts still dip a little deeper than we’d like. The Inkwell scarf, with its connect-the-dots pattern in blues and pinks, is adorable over a white three-quarter-sleeve silk or cashmere crew-neck sweater and a neutral fluted skirt; with a slouchy tee, boyfriend jeans, and bright ballet flats; or with a cropped moto jacket, trousers, and booties in different shades of gray. We love this scarf all kinds of ways, but here’s how we’re rocking it right now:

pine cone hill inkwell scarf c wonder bracelet grey trenchcoat boyfriend jeans coach bag pink heels aviator sunglasses anchor earrings

  1. E. Tautz contrast collar & cuff poplin shirt
  2. Coach ‘Bleecker’ leather shoulder bag
  3. Mini anchor stud earrings
  4. Daniel Wellington ‘Swansea’ watch
  5. Current/Elliot ‘The Boyfriend’ jeans
  6. Michael Kors 62mm Aviator Sunglasses
  7. Lifesaver Rope link bracelet
  8. Chinese Laundry ‘Avenue Sandal’
  9. Naning9 trench coat
  10. Pearl cluster ring
  11. Pine Cone Hill Inkwell scarf

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