Scarves Dot Net
I'm sure you have heard of AffordableScarves.com, but did you know they changed there name and URL address? It's true, now their name and web address is Scarves.net?
This is the third review I've done for their scarves. First was the Amanda Circle Scarf which is great for cold winter days. The other was for a Pashmina (color: black), and I still use both of them....often.
This time the scarf I picked was the Renee Ikat Scarf. I love the colors in this one (black/purple multi colors, close up picture below). The colors in this scarf goes with just about everything. Its a nice light weight scarf, perfect for cool spring nights. It's great for wearing as an accessory too, a nice way to change up an outfit. The Renee is 100% acrylic, 70" L x 28" W with a 3.5" fringe. Even though it's made of acrylic, it's super soft. Available colors are black/purple multi or orange/brown multi.
You can't go wrong with everything on Scarves.net costing under twenty bucks!
I've never been disappointed with the quality of a scarf I received for Scarves.net. The scarves are beautiful and there are MANY to choose from. They recommend hand washing for their scarve then laying flat to dry. I've put mine in the washer on the gentle cycle then laid them flat to dry and didn't have any issues.
If you've never worn a scarf, you should try it. It's like being wrapped in a mini blanket all day! There is a tutorial available on Scarves.net on how to tie up a scarf. Check the left side bar too, there are tips for every type of scarf listed there.
How to get it: Order online at Scarves.net for $14.95. Keep up with the latest styles from Scarves.net by following their blog or on facebook.
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FHS received this product free for review purposes from Scarves.net. All opinions expressed are solely mine.