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Blanket Scarves and Bright Colors

To round-up this miniseries on blanket scarf looks for late winter/early spring with Ada of Elegance and Mommyhood, I’m bringing about my forever spring color crush, mint green.

Wearing Blanket Scarves in the Spring

I love how we both had some pastel in these outfits:) Ada’s scarf looks lovely, and that outfit is so fitting for so many situations! Darling, Dearest Wearing Dark Colored Blanket Scarves in the Spring Wearing Blanket Scarves in the Spring Wearing Blanket Scarves in the Spring Wearing Blanket Scarves in the Spring Wearing Blanket Scarves in the Spring Wearing Blanket Scarves in the Spring

Toms (new version) // Dress (Old Banana Republic- similar) // Similar Scarf // Earrings c/o d.monaco // Bracelet Set

Thank goodness this was a warmer day in Greensboro. While I wasn’t freezing my tail off, I was still getting strange looks. And was told to “work it.” Don’t quite know how long it takes bloggers to become immune to all that.

Like nautical and floral looks, bright colors and pastel shades automatically lend themselves to spring. Wearing a dress like this might not call for the warmth of a blanket scarf; nevertheless, it can always use the little extra accessory to spoof it up! I chose my favorite Toms to extend the use of this scarf a little longer, but my original plan was to pull out the cowgirl boots.

Most girls own dresses in a later shade in their closet. Denim dresses would be a match made in heaven with this idea. Some other lovely pairs would include this scarf and this dress, this scarf and this beautiful dress, and this combination of scarf and dress that is most similar to mine (both of which are older).

Favorite pairs:

Thanks for tagging along with Ada and I on our blanket scarf miniseries! Happy Friday, and hopefully the weather is a bit warmer where you are;)!

Linked up with: A Pocketful of Polka Dots // Sydney Fashion Hunter // Posh Classy Mom // Fashion Should Be Fun // Style Elixir // Birdie Shoots

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  • What a great looking color on you! Have a great weekend!!

    Christina :: Simple and Delish

    • Thank you! I loveee mint green in the spring. And thus have a ton of it:)

  • Mary

    I love how you styled this dress with the scarf and keds! It is a great look for transitional weather. I caught that you were in Greensboro…I live about 30 mins outside there in Winston Salem!

    Mary
    Real Girl’s Realm

    • Ah I was in Winston on Thursday and Friday for a conference! Small world. I also lived in Kernersville for two years after college, and miss that little town so much! Love finding connections like that!:)

  • What an interesting color combo! I have the same blanket scarf and am always looking for ways to wear it. Really love that dress, too, it looks so springy!

    • Thank you, Jenn! I think that scarf is one of the easier ones to blend into spring- it would look great with most pastels! It’s one of my personal favorites:)

  • EdyeNicolesMakeup

    Your hair is so pretty! Love the dress <3

    Blessings,
    Edye // Gracefulcoffee.wordpress.com

  • Love the dress!! xo ~ Megan The Fashionista Momma

  • Your dress is so pretty-mint is such a fun color for spring! 🙂

    • Thank you, Olya! It’s one of my favorite colors for this time of year:)

  • Dawn Lucy

    Thanks so much for linking up with Fun Fashion Friday & hope your weekend is divine!

    OXOX

    Dawn Lucy

    http://fashionshouldbefun.blogspot.com

  • I love this dress with the scarf! Simple but beautiful!

    xo,
    Abby of Life in the Fash Lane

    • My favorite outfits are always the simplest:) Thanks Abby!

  • Super cute look! You keep on giving more ideas of how to transition my scarves into spring – thanks!

  • I love this combination – the scarf is the perfect way to add a little warmth to that pretty, spring-like dress. I don’t think I’ll ever get used to people commenting if I’m taking pictures in public… which is why I typically do them from the comfort of my yard! I need to venture out more though.