Spring is on the way! Now is a great time to add a new color or pattern scarf to refresh your wardrobe for the season. You can freshen up with these pretty spring scarves under $10.
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We've had an unusual “winter” here in the DC area, only one snow day. The kids were so disappointed! So now we're looking forward to spring, with all the light and bright it brings. Have you pulled out your spring wardrobe yet?
It's time to pack away the heavy winter clothes and start layering for spring. Switch over from those winter scarves, and treat yourself to a pretty spring scarf to brighten up your outfits this season.
Where can I find scarves under $10?
I see scarves for $10 or less pretty often, actually! I've pulled a few of my favorites into a roundup below. Those are all brand new, at stores near you or online.
If you haven't shopped at a consignment or thrift store lately, go look for higher-priced name brand scarves at a fraction of their original price.
A couple of the scarves I get the most compliments on I got at a yard sale for $1 or $2. Yes, really! Yard sales are a great place to find accessories to refresh your wardrobe without spending a lot.
Which scarves are best for spring?
If it's still cold where you live during the spring season, it makes sense to stick with knit and wool scarves. Just switch to lighter, spring-like colors.
No matter where you live, consider getting a larger wrap-type scarf. Even a pashmina isn't too bulky. These large, light scarves will serve you through the summer, as you can put them over a sundress on cool nights.
For warmer days, look for lightweight or sheer fabrics. Spring colors and patterns are a fabulous way to liven up the neutrals in your wardrobe.
What's your favorite way to tie a scarf?
I tend to wear my scarves in a French knot all the time. I need to mix it up a little! I love this tutorial with 19 ways to tie a scarf. Just pick something new and give it a try.
If you're not a scarf-wearer but want to add a pop of color, you can tie a pretty spring scarf to your purse or handbag.