Style The Lipstick Fever


Scarf: French Connection | Bag: French Connection| Jeans: Joe's | Watch: Nixon | Turtleneck: Zara, Similar

Jeans: Joe’s | Turtleneck: Aritzia | Booties: Rag and Bone | Bag: French Connection | Jewels: Capwell + CoRings

Ok, is it just me, or is styling blanket scarves a bit challenging? I mean really, there is like an art to this.  Sometimes, when styling underneath a coat, I tend to look like an overstuffed animal or a football player with padded shoulders.  Both are just NOT cute.  Needless to say, I am still learning.  Practice makes perfect, no?

Anyway, for this look I decided to ditch the coat entirely and styled this French Connection scarf two different ways wearing just a thin black turtleneck.  It’s a stylish and simple look, requiring little effort.  You could totally rock this at work, or a casual dinner / drinks situation.  Very Parisian chic.

In the first look (above), I wrapped the scarf around my neck a few times, kind of tucking in the ends over my shoulder, and leaving the front draping.  In the second look (below), I went for more of a cape style, draping around my shoulders like a shawl.  Either way works!  If anyone has any other styling tips for blanket scarves, could you PLEASE help a sister out and leave a comment below?  Muchhh appreciated <3

Photos by: Lisa Richov | The Social Stylist

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  • Reply
    Jessica Martin
    November 10, 2015 at 10:31 pm

    Lovely post and scarf! I’ve just stocked up on a few oversized blanket scarves for winter so very handy post on the two ways to wear! xx

    Jessica Ann |

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      Emily Roberts
      November 10, 2015 at 10:35 pm

      Thank you! I’m so glad you found this helpful <3

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    November 11, 2015 at 3:23 am

    I love your pictures and the whole outfit xo.

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    November 18, 2015 at 3:12 pm

    Love the second idea! I never try to wrape it around my neck. it´s gorgeous tho!
    Gonna try it soon 🙂

    xxx ria

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