Meet the Top 10 Scarf Bloggers of August 2014

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1. Silvana Bunea from Constanta, Romania

Silvana Bunea of Swhimsical reminds us that the scarf is your best companion if you’re beach bound. Use it as a cover up, as a mat (for when you need to sun bathe), or kick things up a notch by wearing it as a turban.

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2. Hana Babajic from Bosnia-Herzegovina

There’s nothing like a bold animal-print scarf to up your fashion game. Hana of Trend Galore knows this too well. She used the extra to spice up a simple jeans-and-t-shirt outfit. Let’s take a cue, shall we? For those interested, Hana’s leopard print scarf is by H&M.

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3. Chelsea Dennis from Santa Barbara, California, USA

You know what we like about this look from Chelsea Dennis of Chelsea Den?

It’s the perfect mix of Western meets classic. We love how she paired immaculate pieces (scarf and top) with ornate ones, like the feather-trimmed hat and the patterned bag. Do you like her style?

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4. Jessie Khoo from Sydney, Australia

Plaid on plaid, anyone?

Here’s a pretty pairing from Jessie Khoo of Fashion and Sounds. The fashion designer, who was born in the 90s, even took her style to the next level by mixing the combination with printed socks and a leather jacket. Do you like her outfit?

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5. Esther Boller from Indiana, USA (based in Georgia)

No, we didn’t get these pictures from a magazine editorial. These gorgeous shots are from Esther Boller, fashion designer and blogger of Esther from the Sticks. We’re quite smitten with the colors she played with here, and so should you.

Her multicolored outfit is divine. You can hardly tell, but her skirt is actually a re-purposed scarf — which she made herself. So cute, right?

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6. Olivia Jade Corvett from New York, USA

We consider this printed-bandanna-on-printed-cutout-dress pairing from performer, activist, and blogger, Olivia Jade Corvett, quite unique and full of drama. Would you agree?

If you go for looks with lots of personality, don’t forget to visit Olivia’s blog, ConJoint, for inspiration.

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7. Olga Federico from Milan, Italy (based in Munich)

A scarf can do no wrong, especially when paired with jeans and heels. This outfit from Olga Federico of Lost in Daydreams may not be unique or one of a kind, but it’s perpetually chic, fool-proof, fail-safe, and totally fabulous.

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8. Lillian Cassidy from New South Wales, Australia

Like we said before, this fall, matching scarf and sweater sets will be en vogue. If you have the budget, go ahead and grab a pair from your favorite designer label. Otherwise, get creative by looking for pieces with similar patterns, just like what fashion blogger, Lillian Cassidy did with her outfit below.

Check out Lillian’s online diary, Sew Overdressed, for more unique looks like this one.

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9. Branislava Antovic from Belgrade, Serbia

Brana Antovic of  Brana’s Divine World, puts a different spin to the kimono by pairing it with black everything. We think this is the perfect lazy-day outfit. Would you agree? It’s chic, easy to put together, easy to pull off, and totally glamorous.

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10. Anne Dofelmier from Washington, USA

Don’t say goodbye to summer just yet (unless you have to, of course). Take a cue from Anne Dofelmier of The Daily Fashion Muse and turn your gorgeous scarf into a halter top. Dress it with gauchos and some fancy heels or simply pair it with your denim cutoffs for a more casual vibe. Ready to rock this look?

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