Style Your Knit Scarf
I always get a little sad this time of year because summer is almost over and autumn is quickly approaching. The smell of suntan lotion and chlorine is replaced by wet leaves and smoky air. The weather is changing, but with change comes new opportunity. School is starting, the garden’s offerings are finally harvested, and most importantly: my closet turns into an endless possibility of cold weather outfits and cozy knit accessories!
One of my favorite autumn knit picks is the scarf. They’re warm, they’re cozy, and they’re fun to play with when you’re bored. They can add a pop of color or infuse an interesting texture into your outfit. There are endless possibilities with wearing a scarf, so here are few different knit scarf patterns styled in different ways for fall:
This is a good option if you’re trying to style a shorter scarf that might not be long enough to loop around your neck. The Alaskan Dream Scarf is a fun way to add a pop of color to your outfit while keeping your shoulders covered.
This is a fun way to add a retro vibe to your look. A short scarf knotted around your neck is a fun, flirty way to draw attention to your face. This style would go great with a shirt that has a lower neckline. The Audrey Neck Scarf is a great example of this vintage look.
This is one of my favorite ways to wear a scarf. Not only are infinity scarves cozy, they won’t fall off your neck! You can the Basic Basket Weave Infinity Scarf as many times as you want – or no times at all.
This is a fun, unique way to keep your scarf lying flat while adding interest with a cute drawstring bow. The Easy Drawstring Scarf would go well with a plain t-shirt or other simple top.
So there you have it. A few fun ways to style my favorite knit accessory and some great projects to warm up those knitting needles.
What’s your favorite autumn knit?
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