Scarves are one of the gifts of fall—they can be festive, elegant, colorful or staid depending on your mood. They can dress up a casual outfit or take a boring work look into weekend chic. The styles this year are all about extremes: extra thick and wide for street wear, or else tiny, sleek cubes to tie around your neck and wear indoors. Today we bring you five scarf design inspirations from around the globe. Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Paris, Tunisia, and Madrid are all represented. Feast your eyes!
Carmen Rion is a Mexico City-based designer with an eponymous shop in the D.F. city center. Her 2016 collection includes gorgeous wraps and shawls like these, which combine traditional Mexican textiles with contemporary designs. The result is colorful, luxurious, and absolutely on point fashion-wise.
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