Scarves are the ultimate Fall/Winter accessory because they can “class” up any outfit without even trying. Want a quick way to turn jeans and a t-shirt into an acceptable evening look? Throw on a scarf. Turn a plain black evening dress into an unforgettable red carpet worthy look by adding a chic fur scarf. The Fall 2013 season has taken this classic accessory and given consumers something to look forward to.
Long and Luscious
Just like a flowing mane of hair, the elongated scarf is sexy, flirty and adds a dash of mystique. Regardless of the fabric or print a longer scarf can do double duty as a shawl/wrap thrown on for cooler evenings on the town. A hidden secret of many stylists is that a longer scarf is a fail safe choice for those who find themselves fighting the battle of the bulge because it helps to elongate the torso and provides an instant overall lift to your look.
Short & Sweet
When you think of shorter scarves your mind automatically tends to think bulky and constrictive. Not so as scarves have become far more light weight and versatile, especially when it comes to fur scarves. The advancements in knitting have made fur scarves lighter, more breathable and far easier to wear year round.
And, Everything in Between
One designer doing remarkable things with knitted neck wear is Adrienne Landau, whose name has become synonymous with fabulous knitted fur accessories. Her rock star appeal caught the attention of top international fashion blogger Bryanboy who worked in collaboration with the brand to develop his own fur accessories line for Fall 2013. True to his quirky and funky style, the Bryanboy collection for Adrienne Landau is fun, fresh and capitalizes on his unique style sense. Vibrantly colored fur bow ties, hats, camera straps that double as scarves, and a unisex cropped sleeves come in either mink, rex rabbit, raccoon, or fox and are perfect for fashion lovers on the go.
Long and fluffy, short or sleek Fall 2013 will make your ring around the collar très chic.
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