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ways to wear a winter scarf

I bought this Alessandra Cashmere scarf at A Shop Called Milk, located along Hampton Street in the beautiful bayside suburb known as Hampton. It was a gift from my husband a few years back. 



I have quite a lot of grey clothing in my wardrobe. There's something about the colour that I love. I always feel great when I'm wearing it. The same goes for this scarf. With its grey tones, and block colours of winter white and pale pink, it's the sweetest scarf I own. I love the little love heart that reads "A" for Alessandra Cashmere. Their cashmere is super soft and cosy!







 There are so many different ways of wearing a woollen scarf and here I'm only showing you a few of my favourite looks.



What ways do you like wearing your winter scarves?

The weather here in Melbourne has been extremely cold so we have all had to grab our winter woollies to keep snug. I'm looking forward to some warmer weather in the not too distant future!! I feel the cold terrribly!

Yours in style,

Suzi x


What I'm Wearing: Scarf: Alessandra Cashmere, Sweater: By Malene Birger, Jeans: Habitual NY.

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  1. Such a cute scarf :) I love all the different ways you've worn it, wearing it as a cute bow is my favourite! :)

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    1. Hi Mica! Thanks so much. The bow is my favourite too.
      Suzi x

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  2. I LOVE the first option! That is so cute how you have it knotted! I don't wear scarfs a bunch (mainly because I don't have any cute ones). I will need to look for some this winter. (It is blazing hot summer here right now.)

    Amy

    fashionandbeautyfinds.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Amy! Thanks so much! Cashmere scarves are perhaps the cosiest, They don't itch or scratch and are easier to work with. Look out for smaller scarves, since my large cashmere scarf is a bit too bulky to work with. Have fun! ;)
      Suzi x

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    1. Thanks Michelle! It's my favourite too.
      Suzi x

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