TREND: The Ruffle Scarf

I wear scarves almost every day, and I love experimenting with new scarf styles. Recently, I've really started to love ruffle scarves, and I keep picking up new ones every time I go shopping (because you can never have too many scarves, right?).  This Fashionista's ruffle scarf is probably the coolest one I've seen in a while, and as I was leaving my dorm, I spotted her and had to snap a quick picture.

I love this Fashionista's ruffle scarf for so many reasons: the light gray/beige/ivory color combination is amazing, the worn tassles at the end give the illusion that it's an old and vintage piece, and the fabric (a yummy wool) is so soft that it feels as though your grandmother hand-knit it. This Fashionista's scarf is Missoni, and while many associate Missoni with bright colors and patterns, this scarf is the exact opposite of that stereotypical Missoni style that many think of when they hear the Missoni name. And I think that's another reason why I love it so much – it's different from what's expected. Aside from her scarf, this Fashionista is head-to-toe in Madewell (one of my favorite lines), and I love her look. She sports black skinny jeans, a burnout tee beneath a denim button-down, gray wool socks, and motorcycle boots. I really love how she's brought out her denim shirt, a summer staple, from the back of her closet and has transformed it into a winter basic by layering it over another shirt. The colors in her outfit complement her ruffle scarf so beautifully, and I really love this Fashionista's look.

Hint: Try adding a ruffle scarf to your outfit instead of the common infinity scarf this winter. Wear your ruffle scarf with a long sleeved T-shirt, brightly-colored skinny jeans, and black motorcycle boots for a fun look. To keep yourself extra warm, add a faux-fur lined leather jacket. Don't be afraid to have fun with this great scarf trend – I'm sure it will be around for seasons to come!

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