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Fashion in autumn is definitely a more cherished time to me because I love the return of chunky sweaters, tall boots, and cozy accessories. I was elated when the weather dropped because that meant I could wear my beloved blanket scarves again! Essentially, these are gigantic scarves that provide utmost comfort and warmth on a brisk fall day. However, it can be tricky to style these because of the abundance of fabric. So let’s break down the different versions of the blanket scarf and some tips on how to rock them.

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Blanket scarves ooze comfort and coziness. By picking the right print, you can pull together an outfit that goes hand-in-hand with this cold weather. I love plaid and stripe patterns and both seem to be the most common when it comes to blanket scarves, making it the perfect addition to your fall and winter outfits. One of my go-to ways to wear a plaid or stripe blanket scarf is to simply just drape it over my shoulders for an easy, chic cape. Additionally, you could also use a belt to cinch the waist and hold it in place. Wear this look with jeans or leggings and boots.

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Admittedly, I am a sucker for anything with fringe! This frayed detailing definitely adds an extra element to the blanket scarf that tones it down and makes it perfect for everyday wear. I like to style these more casually by wrapping it around my neck as you would a typical scarf to keep with the relaxed vibe. They pair perfectly with any outerwear piece too, whether that be a leather moto jacket, top coat, or blazer. You can also wrap it around your shoulders once and secure it with a brooch for more of a poncho look.

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Moving away from pattern and fringe, I also have a strong adoration for your more basic blanket scarves in solid neutral colors. These are so easy to style because they won’t clash with anything in your outfit. Instead, they seamlessly blend in and accent the look. Neutral blanket scarves also make for great layering devices and can also be styled like a cape, wrapped a few times around the neck, or draped over the shoulders.

The beauty about blanket scarves is that they are so versatile and can be worn with your more casual outfits, work attire, or for a dressier date night out. It is an accessory that keeps you warm without sacrificing style. If you do not own a blanket scarf by now, I suggest you move it to the top of your shopping list! I promise you will not regret it!

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