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Scarfy McScarferson

I love scarves and it's just getting cold enough now to get them out again! I've got mine all out of storage, washed and ready for crisp Autumn mornings/afternoons/evenings/night time.

I seen on Avril's blog School Gate Style she had posted a video from Stella & Dot 10 Ways to wear a scarf (ps the scarves are flippin' beautiful in that video so be sure to pop over and check it out) and it reminded me of my favourite scarfy video...





I just love how this video is made, so smart! I'll be using pretty much all of the styles through Autumn and Winter! So enjoy and if you have seen any pretty scarves recently be sure to link me below!!

Wrap up warm and don't be sitting on anything cold ;)

Michelle x




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