This scarf is particularly well suited for autumn, and for the winter holidays. You can wear the muted green (or brown, or tan, or black), or you could bust out with a bright red. The earrings just sort of felt like they wanted to be here, so I tossed them in to make things pretty…
For the woman with a camel coat, this scarf is perfect! There are neutrals of camel, black and bone, plus accent colors of brighter gold and red – plenty of options for wearing this frequently throughout the winter.
Classic colors! Maybe that woman with the camel coat needs two Etro scarves?
And I felt that both the feather earrings and the scroll-ish ones in gold were great complements to the scarf. The little touches can make a big difference!
While this scarf is intensely colored, I saw the potential for multiple shades of muted orange, from terra cotta to the softest blush. A dash of amethyst earrings to pick up the purple in the scarf is fun, or you could pile on the brilliant color depth with the copper red earrings. (the red earrings sold out overnight… sigh…)
This is the bold statement! Orange and red are both other possibilities with this scarf, but I thought the strong acid green was a “out of the ordinary” option. The arrowhead earrings have the detailing that echoes the scarf, and the stud earrings are strongly individualistic, which is perfect for the woman who loves this kind of color.
Ahhh, here’s my comfort zone! Quiet neutrals are where I live… But there’s nothing boring about this – smoky topaz or smoky quartz earrings can be so beautiful. Have you ever considered wearing earrings that match your eyes?
It’s useful to put a lot of thought into the purchase of anything that’s going to be around for more than a few months. Most scarves will last the rest of your life, with reasonable care, and so it makes sense to buy the best one you can afford, and make the choice with great care. These scarves are so beautiful that you will get as much joy from wearing it in ten years as you will next week, and THAT’S a good value.