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Hi gals! These are my 5 favorite ways to wear bows/neck scarves this spring! I’ve always loved how smart and fashionable a little scarf looks knotted around a lady’s neck so when my aunt doled out my late grandma Deloris’ scarves, I was very grateful. If you haven’t noticed, I wear them a lot and I often get questions about where I got them or how I tie them so today I’ve linked my favorite shoppable scarves under $50.

  I’ll be shooting some videos on my creative ways to tie scarves soon so stay tuned for that! But for now, you can “oooo” and “ahhh” with me over these pretties I picked out for your viewing/shopping pleasure!

Look by Look:

1- a neck tie scarf tied under a button down. | 2- a bandana scarf tied into a bow. | 3- a neck tie scarf pinned up into a bow with a brooch. | 4- this shirt has a built-in bow! | 5- instead of a scarf, in this case i used a ribbon from a craft store with the ends singed to prevent fraying. 

Shopping Information:

Linked Scarves: 

1Talbots medallion scarf ($48)| 2Echo blue floral scarf ($39)| 3ELOQUII scarf ($9) | 4- Peter Taylor green striped scarf ($46) | 5Talbots red scarf (27) | 6- Kate Spade scarf ($36) | 7Peter Taylor floral scarf from Farfetch ($46) | 8Missguided scarf ($9) | 9Barney’s NY scarf ($49)


10Marc Jacobs # pin ($40)| 11Joan Rivers violet pin ($25)| 12Sequin brooch ($45) | 13Joan Rivers beetle brooch ($49)

Have you ever tried fastening a brooch to your bandana or scarf? If so, I’d love to see a picture of it! Just tag me on Instagram @the_classy_artist and I may just feature you on my page!

PS- I didn’t include a link to any ribbon because, well, that would be silly! Just hit up your local Joann’s or Hobby Lobby and grab a strand of ribbon that catches your eye. Then, cut it to size and carefully singe the edges with a match so they don’t fray. Be careful not to burn yourself or anything else!


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