10 Ways to Wear a Fall Scarf, With Tips by Eco-Stylist Emma Grady
Sure, scarves may be little more than printed squares of fabric, but a certain alchemy happens when they drape over your person just so. But tying one on without looking like you're headed to a shootout at the O.K. Corral takes a certain finesse, so we enlisted Emma Grady, TreeHugger's fashion correspondent and founder of Past Fashion Future to show us how to style Snoozer Loser's Fall/Winter 2011 foulards. Derived from a blend of viscose and silk, fairly sourced from the Himalayas, each scarf features whimsical motifs (antique scissors, gilded birdcages, prancing Eastern unicorns) that Brooklyn-based designer Sonia Tay hand-prints using water-based dyes. The result? One-of-a-kind pieces that do more than keep your extremities toasty. But we'll let the inimitable Ms. Grady take it from here.