Beautiful Scarves That Tell A Story (Newsletter – 28th October 2021)

Purple Tiger Moth Wool Scarf by Diana Wilson Arcana
Diana Wilson Arcana’s Purple Tiger Moth Wool Scarf, £103

I’m excited to say that this week’s newsletter takes us right back to where Cleverly Wrapped started, with a showcase of designer scarves. 
The two designers featured below use a great array of colours and fantastic artwork in their designs. I love scarves that contain lots of different colours as it means they can work back to so many more items in your wardrobe.
As you know scarves can be styled in so many different ways and I know this can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. Click on the image strip below to see me trying on a selection of designer scarves and styling them in different ways.

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See me trying on a selection of designer scarves and styling them in different ways

Fortune Khaki Wool Scarf by Inouitoosh

Not only is this cat print the purr-fect choice for cat lovers, but the khaki background (a great colour for most complexions!) really amplifies the vibrant pops of orange, red and fuchsia.

Dusky Pink Cactus Wool Scarf by Diana Wilson Arcana

If you tend to shy away from wearing print, these muted shades of coffee, dusky pink, sage green and lilac are a great way to introduce some pattern into your wardrobe.

Vegas Ecru Wool Scarf by Inouitoosh

Win a style ace with this quirky, playing card print. The neutral background will work with most colours in your wardrobe – and the pops of navy and dove-grey will visually connect to all shades of denim.

Dahlia Elephant Wool Scarf by Diana Wilson Arcana

Not for the faint hearted, this multicoloured scarf, featuring a majestic Indian elephant, will add real punch to your winter wardrobe. A celebration of colour that will be admired by all!

Stromboli Pink Wool Scarf by Inouitoosh

This explosive print in hot shades of fuchsia, red and orange will instantly invigorate your outfit and add a warm glow to the palest of complexions. A fiery addition to any wardrobe.

Purple Tiger Moth Silk Scarf by Diana Wilson Arcana

Dappled woodland sprinkled with foliage, flora and flying moths. The prettiest shades of purple and pink create a feminine print that looks great teamed casually with denims or with a more dressy outfit on an evening out.

Geisha Wool Scarf by Diana Wilson Arcana

Oriental flowers and a beautiful Geisha girl are pieced together in a captivating collage. The rich colour palette features standout pops of red, further enhanced by the matching pom pom braid. Wear with darker colours to really make the colours sing.

Corcorico Saffron Wool Scarf by Inouitoosh

These wonderfully handsome birds are clucking fantastic with their patterned plumage and feathered crowns. Vibrant streaks of orange, cardinal red and purple will instantly lift any look.

Fruit Salad Wool Scarf by Diana Wilson Arcana

Exotic fruits and brightly coloured butterflies are sprinkled across a dark teal background to glorious effect. The citrus brights are really uplifting and bring a welcome glow of sunshine to a winter wardrobe.

Lily Blue Cashmere Scarf by Inouitoosh

As opposites on the colour wheel, the combination of orange with turquoise harmonises beautifully and the mix of leopard spots with florals is a visual delight.