Scarves never go out of style. Scarf trends come & go (think ruffle scarf, tube scarf, infinity scarf), but basic scarves don't really change, so you can wear old scarves, your mom's scarves, your grandma's scarves, even your dad's scarves!
Scarves are unisex. You can borrow a scarf from your spouse, boyfriend, or dad!
One size fits all. Kids' scarves are typically a little shorter than adult scarves but indistinguishable otherwise--& kids' scarves are a lot less expensive. Almost all my scarves are from the girls' department.
Scarves won't clutter up your closet or your suitcase. I've been purging like crazy over this break but not my scarves since they don't take up much room in the closet (mine hang from hooks). Take along a scarf or two on a trip to create more outfit variations without adding much bulk to your suitcase.
You probably already own a few & just need to get them into circulation. Winter is the best time to wear a scarf (obviously) since then they serve both a functional & an aesthetic purpose. Let's get those scarves out!
Your father's scarf
Your mom's scarf
Your basic gray scarf
A bold contrasting scarf
Ready to raid your family's closet for scarves?