5 Reasons To Love Scarves

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Hands up, who loves scarves? Us too! The ultimate never-go-out-of-style accessory, they keep an outfit in check and make you feel comfortable, as well as adding a little extra layer of warmth. They're definitely a wardrobe essential!

Want to know our favourite reasons why these beauties are a girls (and guys) best friend? Read on…

Versatile - Scarves don't just do duty as a neck warmer; they are so much more. They can double as a head wrap, a shawl, or a blanket if you're in need of one. They can be worn fully wrapped up around your neck, or more free flowing. Yes!

Fashionable - They just look good. No matter what colour, style or design, scarves add something extra to an outfit and always look fashionable. No matter whether you're beach-bound or office-bound, a scarf will always make you look splendid.

Comfortable and snug - Scarves are definitely a reach-for comforter. They keep you feeling great throughout the day, and you always feel good in one too. They're also great for hiding anything you want to; feeling a little bloated, or spill something on your top? Throw a scarf over it. Done!

Year long fashion - The beauty of fashion scarves, is that they can be worn all year long. In spring and summer, inject additional colour to your flowing dresses and favourite tees, while in autumn and winter, wear your favourite scarf alongside your tights and winter woollens.

Ultimate Accessory - Want to add a little extra something to your outfit, but short of time? Grab a scarf. It provides an instant outfit transformation, adding both colour and style.

Ready to treat yourself to the ultimate bamboo scarf? Head over to check out our new range from Bamboo Textiles. Available for both women and men, they do duty as a wrap, shawl or a sunshade, ensuring that you'll be prepared for any impromptu plans! Crafted from 100% bamboo fibre, they come with all of the benefits of bamboo, ensuring that you remain both comfortable and fresh, regardless of the season or activity.

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