TARTAN SCARVES ARE BACK




Tartan Scarf c/o Yoins (here) | Black Fedora, Primark (similar) | Suede Biker Jacket, Boohoo (similar) | Black Turtle Neck, Primark (similar) | Gold Chain, River Island (similar) | Black High Waisted Riding Pants, Ebay (similar) | Black Platform Boots, Primark (similar)

Without doubt, the most popular accessory for Autumn/Winter every year has to be the Tartan Scarf. I've already bought around three this month and it hasn't even hit November yet... I can see this becoming a real addiction ha! I picked up this blanket scarf from Yoins a week or two ago for around £6.50 and literally havn't taken it off since. For the price I was expecting a thin wool scarf that looks pretty, but doesn't keep you warm, but I couldn't have been more wrong. I love thick scarves that can be worn in tons of ways depending on how chilly it is, and with this super warm scarf I can style it in endless ways! The red tones also go well with all of the burgundy jackets and jumpers i've picked up this season, but it looks equally good with contrasting deep greens and greys.

Make sure you check out Yoins for tons on Winter bargains!












7 comments

  1. I love tartan scarfs too! I bought my first one this year (I know, shocking!) and I cannot stop wearing it:)

    Eilidh from Velvet-Winter


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  2. Looking stunning as ever Emma! That jacket is just perfection too, I love it! x

    holljc.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Pretty pretty!

    http://alexinwanderlust.blogspot.com.au

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  4. I have always loved tartan plaid, I don't think it'll ever be out of style for me. Love the look! Are those paints velvet ? I neeed !

    Dominique
    Only The Brave Blog
    www.onlythebraveblog.com

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  5. Dusting off my tartan scarf as I read this, haha! Great post :)

    frunkkawaii.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. i'm just so glad tartan is back. love to wrap myself in a blanket sized tartan scarf.


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