10 Scarf Bloggers Who Inspired Us in November 2014

1. Silvia Rodriguez in Colorblock Wrap

Who she is: Silvia is a fashion and beauty connoisseur who loves to travel. Aside from blogging, she is also a personal shopper and a stylist. Her blog is a cocktail of wonderful outfits you can easily get hooked on.

Why we love the look: It’s cozy, comfy, wearable, but also speaks volumes thanks to the colorblock wrap and high-shine accessories (boots and bag). Add the hat and sunnies and it’s clearly a winning outfit. Her second look is also as exciting. We love how she played with textures to achieve it.

Why we love the look: It's cozy, comfy, wearable, but also speaks volumes thanks to the colorblock wrap and high-shine accessories

Add the hat and sunnies and it's clearly a winning outfitWe love how she played with textures to achieve this outfit

2.  Elaine Hennings in Printed Scarf

Who she is: When she’s not writing for her blog, Don’t Be a Runaway, Elaine works at a fashion store. She also loves music, sweets, Southpark, and she’s obsessed with shoes.

Why we love the look: Four-letter word — cool. She basically looks undeniably cool in the getup. We like how she brought the oversized sweater to life using some round-rimmed eyewear, a hat, and a printed scarf in the same warm palette. It’s the perfect combination.

She basically looks undeniably cool in the getup

We like how she brought the oversized sweater to life using some round-rimmed eyewear, a hat, and a printed scarf in the same warm palette

3. Malinina Ekaterina in Statement Scarf

Who she is: Besides spending time on her blog, Malinina is also an amateur photographer. She also loves playing with textures and patterns judging from the ensembles you will find on her website.

Why we love the look: Need we explain? We love how she mixed pattern and color using statement scarves and printed and bright separates in order to create outfits that pop.

We love how she mixed pattern and color using statement scarves and printed and bright separates in order to create outfits that pop

Malinina loves playing with textures and patterns

Besides spending time on her blog, Malinina is also an amateur photographer

4. Stephanie D. in Vintage Scarf

Who she is: Stephanie is the beauty behind the blog, Dust and Swallow. She loves cats, photography, and vintage finds.

Why we love the look: It’s simple, it’s highly wearable, but there’s enough drama going on to make it memorable. No doubt, the extras she used made a difference (scarf, necklace, and hat). But more than that, the color combination looks gorgeous.

It's simple, it's highly wearable, but there's enough drama going on to make it memorable

No doubt, the extras she used made a difference (scarf, necklace, and hat)

5. Alexandra Dieck in Headscarf

Who she is: Aside from documenting her outfits and musings on Lexicon of Style, Alexandra has her own line of digitally printed scarves. The fashion degree holder also loves styling her ensembles with her creations.

Why we love the look: It’s a cool, sexy, sassy scarf-styled getup and we can’t help but give our approval. Her second look is all about mixing textures and styling with a headscarf, and we can’t help but love that too. In fact, if you need ideas on how to style your scarf, simply visit her blog. This gal definitely knows how to work our favorite accessory.

It's a cool, sexy, sassy scarf-styled getup and we can't help but give our approval

Her second look is all about mixing textures and styling with a headscarf, and we can't help but love that too

6. Marija M. in Tiger-Print Scarf

Who she is: Marija is very mysterious. Not much information can be found about the lady behind Style Sense Moments, but like we always say, pictures say a thousand words, and in this case, her outfits are enough to keep us glued to her site.

Why we love the look: The look is bold, sporty, and edgy. She elevated the sweater-on-leather pants attire with the use of a bright tiger-print scarf and a pair of studded leopard paneled sneakers. The small add-ons really made the outfit stand out.

She elevated the sweater-on-leather pants attire with the use of a bright tiger-print scarf and a pair of studded leopard paneled sneakers

7. Katie Miller in Patterned Wrap

Who she is: Aside from being a blogger, Katie worked with Brandy Melville as Visual Merchandiser, and now works as a denim designer for another company. She started her blog, Freedom of Wardrobe,  after a short trip to Italy where she studied fashion.

Why we love the look: It’s the perfect blend of print-on-print detailed with a pop of purple. We love the patterned wrap and we love how she accessorized the ensemble with clashing colors (rings + clutch). Don’t you?

Her second look plays with prints and textures and we also think it’s a fabulous one to copy.

It's the perfect blend of print-on-print detailed with a pop of purple

We love the patterned wrap and we love how she accessorized the ensemble with clashing colors (rings + clutch)

Her second look plays with prints and textures and we also think it’s a fabulous one to copy

8. Veronika M. in Colorful Blanket Wrap

Who she is: Aside from blogging on What Vero Wears, Veronika is currently studying fashion in London. She is also a personal shopper and stylist.

Why we love the look: Need we explain? That colorblock blanket wrap looks gorgeous. Plus of course, we love how she teamed it with a black pleated midi skirt and a one-of-a-kind purse. It’s a simple getup with major impact.

That colorblock blanket wrap looks gorgeous

9. Manona Che in Colorful Scarf

Who she is: Manona is an accomplished graphic designer, illustrator, and photographer. And based on what we found on her blog, she is a pro at mixing and matching prints, colors, and textures.

Why we love the look: It’s a beautiful concoction of red, orange, yellow, and burnt brown tones. The scarf really brightened up the attire, and that fur clutch added in a tactile flavor. Come to think of it, this is a wonderful outfit you can copy this season.

It's a beautiful concoction of red, orange, yellow, and burnt brown tones

The scarf really brightened up the attire, and that fur clutch added in a tactile flavor

10. Lily France in Printed Blue Scarf

Who she is: Lily is the 17-year-old blogger behind Joli House. She also happens to be a fantastic knitter. In fact, she sells her knitted creations on Ravelry, several of which are knitted scarves.

Why we love the look: We love how the printed blue scarf elevated her sexy shirt-and-skirt attire. Plus of course, the outfit is beautifully coordinated — something that always deserves two thumbs up.

We love how the printed blue scarf elevated her sexy shirt-and-skirt attire

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