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Whereas most scarves are thick and chunkier to protect the wearer from the elements, this 1210 Morning Glory Scarf is thin, broad and delicate. It maintains the ombre effect, as light blue at the top becomes dark blue, then finally turns into a soft green.

This piece from the Zazou Fall 2013 Collection wholesales for a mere $14 and is 20″ by 70″ slub rayon with combed fringe (the fringe is microscopic in comparison to the dipped knit scarf!). The lovely wrap comes in three different colors: sage (shown), sand and blue.

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Geometric lines in varying hues of blue create graphic, infinite squares in this Parquet scarf, a piece from the Fall 2013 Zazou collection, which will soon be posted on zazou.com

What is so appealing about this certain accessory is how the intrinsic lines resemble squared pools in differing depths. The lighter blue is like a shallow pond, whereas the darker blues are like deep oceans you could almost dove into!

 

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If I have said it once, I have said it 1,000 times: you can never, ever go wrong with animal print!

This Animal Print scarf from the Fall 2013 Zazou collection is simple, yet beautiful, and takes its main design from one of the most majestic creatures on Earth: a leopard.

The typical print of leopard is slightly altered in this scarf, seeing as the background is a light, airy blue instead of a tan brown. Hints of purple are woven into the fabric as well, giving the accessory a very laid back feeling.

See more Zazou scarves at https://www.zazou.com/z_index.php

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The Fall 2013 Zazou collection boasts many stunners, but one of my favorites is the this blue and peachy pink number called 097 Floating Threads from http://www.zazou.com

The beautiful color of the blue in the scarf is incredibly unique and really brings out the blue in the model’s eyes. Also, I love how the floating threads near the bottom of the scarf resemble a jelly fish gliding beneath the ocean waves. Truly inspired 🙂

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