Your Transitional Wardrobe: Scarves

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I know it may sound crazy to start talking about fall fashion already, but it's nearly the middle of July and August is right around the corner. It's time to start thinking about your summer to fall transitional wardrobe. I have several key pieces that make up my season to season transitional wardrobe and if you have pieces like these in your closet, you can make your summer wardrobe work longer.

Today we're going to talk about transitional scarves. These aren't your heavy winter scarves, but lighter weight scarves made out of materials like gauze and cotton. Have a few of these on the ready and you can jazz up a tee shirt and jeans look while making it work when there is a bit of chill in the air.

If you looked in my closet you would find an array of such scarves in various colors and prints. I admit, I'm a bit of a scarf addict, but with good reason. They are so versatile and serve a variety of functions. Not only can you style them with your summer dresses, for instance, to extend its life beyond one season, but you can also tie one to your bag for a pop of color or use an oversized scarf as a wrap. In fact, I never travel without a lightweight scarf! Not only is it an ideal transitional piece, it's an ideal travel piece too!

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Spun by Subtle Luxury Sedona Summers scarf / Old Navy Star-Print Gauze scarf / Gap Solid scarf / Spun by Subtle Luxury Madonna scarf / Old Navy Floral Gauze scarf / Gap Textural Stripe scarf / Spun by Subtle Luxury Tropical Lace scarf / Old Navy Paisley Gauze scarf / Gap Americana Plaid scarf 

Now that I've convinced you that you need more scarves, are you ready for some options? I rounded up some pretties from Gap, Old Navy and Piperlime for your shopping pleasure. The only question is which one will you pick?

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