Infinite Power.

Infinity scarves, at least in my opinion, are here to stay. I’m a big fan of scarves, well, accessories in general actually, but scarves are one of the most versatile and easy to pull off accessories to date. Patterns, stripes, interesting colors, and different shapes and sizes allow for you to come up with a myriad of different looks! One of the biggest and newest trends in scarves is the infinity scarf AKA a scarf that is in tubular shape with no beginning and end.

Here’s my play by play.

Pull it off with layering that still enables you to elongate the body ie vertical stripes, seems, or button up or open jackets. Since the scarf is round, it tends to bunch around the neck, which does keep your warmer. However, if you aren’t on the taller side of the human spectrum, cutting off your neckline is not always a wise idea. The neckline effect isn’t a huge problem though if you know how to add vertical structure to your outfit. Hence, why you should try it with open jackets, blazers, or vertically striped tops.

If you don’t want to wear layer overload, try not doubling up the scarf or making sure you wear it loose enough to still see the neckline! In fact, it can actually elongate the neck if done correctly!

Here are some examples of infinity scarves done right!



Don’t get me wrong, I love the infinity scarf. It provides something different to silhouettes and layering, just be wise in how you pull it off!

What’s your favorite way to rock the infinity scarf?


2 thoughts on “Infinite Power.

  1. jonathanochart says:

    I don’t own an infinity scarf because it usually never gets cold enough for one here in Texas (it’s currently in the 70-degree F range…), but I love the aesthetic. If I relocate I’ll definitely invest in a good one (; Thanks for sharing!

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