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# 255 : I am a bit behind on my posts.   Work has taken precedence this week unfortunately (or fortunately as the case may be) but that does not mean I am not thinking of all things scarf.  So brief as it may be –  here is today’s post :

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# 254 : If you are Melbourne based and only go to one warehouse sale this year : make this IT!!!!!!! Huge warehouse full of gorgeous scarves (and other things).  Starts Thursday at 8.00 a.m.  – put it in your diary : 15 Harker Street Burwood.

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Missoni for Men

# 253 : Missoni again … men’s geometric wool mix scarf : great colourway … easy to wear with just about anything. I love the whole Missoni geometric thing for both men and women … USD210.00 from Forzieri.com  Be quick … it says there is only one left.

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# 252 : Alexander McQueen iconic Broken Porcelain Skull Pure Silk Scarf  …. scary and oh so chic all at once. USD595.00 from alexandermcqueen.com

 

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Burberry Bling

# 251 :  For a bit of scarf bling … you really can’t go past this Burberry crystal and bead-embellished pocket scarf. Woven in wool, silk and cashmere, this luxurious piece will make a tactile statement and provide a convenient house for your mobile phone at the same time – USD750.00 Net-a-Porter.

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# 250 : You could NOT get much more leopard print than this gorgeous Marlow leopards printed cashmere scarf from We Are Owls – USD260.00 on Net-a-Porter.

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# 249 : Make your own giant handknitted cowl with this wonderful pattern by Patricia Cantos Designs.  This super simple and quick project is flattering on all shapes and sizes.  Knitted with two strands of Retro (12ply/bulky weight/aran) wool blend yarn and 12mm needles it definitely falls into the weekend knit category.  The lovely bias look is achieved with a simple oblique rib pattern.  It can be worn as a shrug, cowl or short poncho.  You don’t need to be an experienced knitter.  Pattern is $5.00 at thethreadroom.com.au.  All you need is around 400 to 500gm of 12ply aran weight knitting yarn, a pair of 12mm knitting needles, two large 60mm wooden buttons and a knitters needle to sew in ends.

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