Fall in Love with Scarves

By: Mallory Murray

Photos by: Sophie Roberts

Fall is officially here, and if you’re like me, that means it’s time to pull out the scarves and snuggle up inside all that scarf glory.  With so many types of scarves on the market, your options are endless. You can find just the right scarf to fit into your personal aesthetic or feel free to try something adventurous, different, and outside your fashion comfort zone.  Check out some of my favorite scarf looks:  




I love blanket scarves because they are so comfortable and versatile.  A blanket scarf is practically an outfit by itself.  They come in a variety of colors and can be worn bundled around the neck, tied into a triangle, or just thrown over the shoulders.


Perfect to finish off any outfit and incredibly warm, this classic scarf is always in style.  Wear knit scarves long down the front or start with the middle of the scarf in front of you and loop the ends around your neck, finishing in the front.


You literally cannot go wrong here.  A neutral scarf will not only go with any outfit but will instantly pull together any look for a finished, chic fall vibe.


Patterned scarves are fantastic mainly because of their endless variety.  Since they come in all sorts of colors, shapes, and patterns, you’re sure to find one (or several) to match perfectly with your personality.  


MALLORY MURRAY is sophomore in the MSB, studying International Business with a minor in Spanish.  Her hobbies include cheering for Georgetown’s sports teams, drinking excessive amounts of black coffee, and aggressively stopping strangers in order to pet their dogs.

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