So Many Scarves!

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It’s scarf season!! No better place to find scarves than Thrift Town! During my last visit, the scarf section was loaded with fabulous scarves of all shapes, sizes, and colors! I was overwhelmed by the possibilities, however I did chose a color pallet and stuck to it. I went for the neutral, patterned scarves and ended up finding quite a few! The ones in this blog are actually on the lighter side, for the early fall, not winter quite yet. I chose these scarves because some of them you can wear multiple ways and they were all a great price! Here are some examples ~

Wrap light scarf around neck and have ends hang down on each side ~ $1.99

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First hang ends down on each side, second wrap then hang ends on each side, or third wrap around neck in the front and hang ends down in the back. ~ $2.99

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Infinity scarf wrap around twice ~ 99¢

 

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Thin knitted scarf, great for extra details for a simple outfit. Wrap around neck and let the ends hang down on each side or loosen the part around neck in order for scarf to hang lower ~ $1.99

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Choker scarf works great as a fill in for a necklace, I like to wear this one crossed over tied up by my neck to resemble a choker then let the ends hang down the middle or in the second style, let the ends hang down the sides without tying in the middle. ~99¢

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I hope you enjoyed this blog! Make sure to check out Thrift Town for Fall scarves and don’t forget to follow @ThriftTown on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! Tag us so we can see your #thrifttown style !

 

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Ali Futrell lives in San Francisco and attends the San Francisco Art Institute. She loves DIY projects and anything involving fashion or art. Being a starving student, she has come to realize thrifting is a great way to save money yet still look fashionable, and Thrift Town makes that possible! #alisblog

 

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