1. Left pic: She wore the scarf in a way that compliments some natural textures (her hair's textures in the case) and therefore creating a balance to her overall look. The wise choice of picking a scarf with fringes to compliment her hair pattern (texture-for texture), and a scarf with colors highlighted from her muted burgundy toggle coat and black pants, makes the scarf's usage work here superbly. She put her look together quite well. PS: I so love her hair, it drew me into her whole image appeal.
2. Middle Pic: She wore her scarf as an accent, which added that final personal touch to her overall look. The greens in her scarf livens up the neutral colors found in her jacket, pants and shoes as depicted below. She also chose a soft and slightly powdery green colored scarf that matches her equally soft pigmented natural features. The color of choice here works well here and falls in harmony with her natural attributes rather than, let's say, if she chose a bright kelly-green color that would have looked overpowering. She executed this look very well.
3. Right Pic: This photo of (moi) teheee, shows shows a scarf used for a Pop of Color. I decided to dress in all black while I scouted for street styles to show you all. With the dark colors donned, POP goes the scarf, which gave a little drama to a look that would have only had a monochromatic appeal. It shows my take on scarf for today's winter look while working. And folks, the glasses means I'm on 'style photographer duty' in case you ever run into me on these streets, with a camera on deck ready to capture your take on style -- insert a wink here!
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~ Ms Rexti
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