Scarves Anchorage AK
CORRAL WEST RANCHWEAR
001 (907) 258 9378
Departments / Services
western, jewelry, clothing, work, hat, cowboy, apparel, boots, hats, western wear, work boots, cowboy hats, work wear, boot, wear, cowboy boots
Family Thrift Store
300 W. Northern Lights Bl.
Alaska Commercial Co
550 W 64Th Ave Ste 200
1200 W Northern Lights Blvd Ste A Anchorage
320 W 5th Ave., Suite 220
3202 Arctic Blvd
Mountain View Sports Center
3838 Old Seward Hwy
The Clothesline Consignment
1441 W. Northern Lights Blvd. Ste. A
Out Of The Closet
720 D St Ste A
Alaska Walking Store
320 W Fifth Ave #334
the printed scarf, la pièce de résistance
ah. l’amour and the printed scarf…
i’m all about effortless chic. i’m honestly just lazy. i love pieces that i can just throw on at the last minute and at least look like i give a dangdoodle. soft, pretty things make me happy and the lovable printed scarf is yet another easy item (among things like the jacket and the cropped vest ) that can add flair, pattern, or a pop of colour to an otherwise basic outfit. it can sometimes even (wait for it…) tie you’re whole look together ( i am so effing hilarious). a gorgeous actress came into my work last week wearing the cutest, easiest outfit: a skinny rock tee, jeans, chucks, a cropped vest and a kerchief around her neck and i seriously got an instant girl crush. that outfit should be her uniform .
i’ve always been a fan of the headscarf , but lately i’m loving the rock-chic neckerchief style, tied with one corner in the front. some messy fringe or an unraveling edge will emphasize your unaffected cool factor. you’re all like, “whatevah, bitches. i can’t help it, i’m just that hip.”
scarves can add interest to almost any outfit and the possibilities are endless…
(here’s our fearless style hero leibemarlene , wearing a crocheted pansy table runner round her disgustingly adorable lil’ neck). you can also wear them as belts, or tied onto the handle of your leather hobo or tote.
the best part of it is, these ki...
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