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The bright scarf is the perfect compliment to this striped top with gold accessory bracelets.

Sole Society Stripe Woven Scarf

Swap out the black tshirt for a maroon or grey relaxed fit tee

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"Preppy Girl" by s-p-j on Polyvore

Cute preppy outfit would need to substitute white shirt with collar. Could work for work as well with different pants. Love the outfit

Use dissolve-able fabric stabilizer and sew the strands together to create a spider web effect between the strands. Add silk flowers. Use sulky tread to create the spider web effects.

cajunmama: Tweedy Spring Green with Gold and Coral Berries (by Betsie Withey)

I need to find a cute scarf like this :D Such a cute casual work outfit.

I need to find a cute scarf like this :D Such a cute teacher outfit. Maybe minus the green sweater.

Summer scarfs!!

31 Summer Scarf Inspos to Prove They're Not Just for Winter ...

What does a cool yellow look like?  How about a warm blue or a cool brown? http://www.insideoutstyleblog.com/2014/10/how-to-pick-colour-undertones

How to Pick Colour Undertones

to cool warm color (yellow), add white. to cool a dark color (brown), add black. all orange/coral/mustard are warm. teal is both warm & cool.

LE 90's Fabulous

“ “Cuba”, Vogue Italia, February 1989 Photographer : Steven Meisel Model : Linda Evangelista ( Source : The Fashion Spot ) Requested by entertainmentforthedead ”

Yellow & Navy: Extended Work Capsule featuring Bettie Page, Monsoon, Paige Denim, J.Crew, MINKPINK, Naturalizer, Kate Spade, Nine West, Dooney & Bourke and Armani Jeans

Yellow & Navy: Extended Work Capsule featuring Bettie Page, Monsoon, Paige…

feeling it #summer #scarf #jewelry #bijou

Thin chains, preferably made in various colors, can be mixed and create an elegant composition with this accessories. Combined with dress and shirts and bring a more feminine and delicate effect to the look.

Underwater Photographer Stan Bysshe's Gallery: Contest: Lettuce Sea Slug - DivePhotoGuide.com

Lettuce Sea Slug from Underwater Photographer Stan Bysshe. Wouldn't this make a fabulous ruffled knit or crochet scarf?