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This week in fashion: Stylish spring scarves

Photos and article by Tristin Marshall 

As we approach April, we are filled with the hope of a beautiful spring season. The spring time is the perfect transition from being faced with the bitter cold of the winter into the warm rays from the sun in the summer. Although it may be time to pack up those heavy winter coats, we will still need a small defense against those colder days that sneak up on us, and what better way to keep yourself protected than with a beautiful spring scarf! These two fabulous ladies show us how to ease into spring the right way with their spring scarves.

Freshman Destinee Johnson (below) keeps herself warm in this very fashionable printed scarf from Urban Outfitters. The beautiful colors and patterns matched with her bright yellow sweater and warn smile say “hello spring!” in the most inviting way.

destinee twif

I found junior Rachel Ullman (below) searching for books in the library wearing her beautiful red and white scarf. This white scarf is covered in various patterns made with red stitching, bringing an exotic look to the Midwest. While simply paired with just a sweatshirt and a jean vest, this trendsetting scarf will be sure to turn heads on the quad.

Rachel twif

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3 Replies to “This week in fashion: Stylish spring scarves”

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