Kate professed her love for art scarves earlier this week, and I may have to jump on the team bandwagon because these new fall scarves from¬†plainMADE are calling my name in a big way. plainMADE’s hot pink summer scarves were on my wishlist all year, but their latest designs, coming out in September, are full of great options for cooler temperatures and darker clothing. I love the pieces that look like netting and bows; those little details are always fun poking out from under a blazer or sweater. Click here to check out their newest work and shop the end of summer sale online. xo, grace

  1. Do you have any tips on framing square silk scarves? I have a few that I think would look gorgeous on a wall but I don’t want to ruin them by doing it wrong.

  2. Jody says:

    I couldn’t find the top image on their site–is that available now? Thanks!

  3. Yeah, the art scarves was a great post by Kate. I love these ones you picked, Grace. The netting one is fab! Yeah, transitioning into Fall these would all look great with sweaters or blazers.

  4. Amber Kane says:

    Scarves work great for so many things! Not only do I love to wear them all of the time. I like to also use long skinny ones as table runners.


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