(photo source: harper’s bazaar here)
I saw this little vignette in Harper’s Bazaar this past September and immediately ripped it out, for you my friends! I feel fall and winter gear tends to be on the neutral/dark/gray side so the addition of a colorful scarf in a soft fabric makes for a really fresh juxtaposition.
There are tons of ethical options for this trend that are friendly to your wallet as well :). Here are my picks!
If you’re feeling spendy…
- Fair Trade Open Weave Scarf, made in Guatemala-$12.95 here
- Hand-Loomed Scarf, made in cooperative in North Uganda-$15.60 here
- Northern Lights Scarf, fair trade made in India-$22.50 here
- Leaf Print Scarf, fair trade made in India-$24.95 here
- Fair Trade Recycled Scarf, made in India-$29.95 here
- Silk Crinkle Scarf, made in cooperative in artisan community in Vietnam-$27.00 here
- Watercolor Scarf, fair trade made in India-$18.00 here
If you’re on a budget….
- Floral Vintage Scarf-$8.00 here
- Green Vintage Lucky Elephant Scarf-$8.00 here
- Retro Psychedelic Scarf-$8.00 here
- Abstract Print-$8.00 here
- Vintage Echo Scarf-$7.00 here
- Echo Silk Scarf-$7.99 here
- Vintage Floral Silk Blend Scarf-$7.00 here