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Just like a fashion-forward flapper could transform any cocktail dress into a style statement with a simple strand of fake pearls and a feathered headband, the modern day trendsetter sees winter as an opportunity to accessorize for the biggest party venue there is: the great outdoors. For true fashionistas who refuse to let cold temperatures cramp their style, infinity scarves and headbands are the subzero version of costume jewelry.
On overcast days, go for Jessica Alba-inspired casual-cool look by double-looping a thick-knit infinity scarf, overtop a simple T-shirt and leather coat or military jacket. Whether you wear your hair in a messy topknot or leave it down, top off the ensemble with a matched or even mismatched turban headband a look that’s “L.A. girl in New York” à la Whitney Port.
On especially frigid days, shield your cheeks from the chill with a single-loop infinity scarf paired with a hooded pea coat and a headband that’s thick enough to keep your ears stylishly warm.
Loop scarves made from thinner fabrics look particularly sophisticated when worn with a blazer, whether you’re inside keeping warm or outside braving the cold.
Even infinity scarves in more luxurious “touch-me” fabrics are worth sporting all day, inside and out. They can transform a simple mini dress paired with tights into a SJP-worthy style statement when worn with a turban headband especially if you keep the headpiece on once you’ve made your entrance. Let the girls wearing their beanies inside seem oh-so last season.