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Fashion Friday: Fall Scarves

Blush in Kirkwood and Jennie Annie's in Old Webster both have a great selection of scarves to accessorize any look.

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Over the past few years, scarves have become must-have fashion accessories.

"They've picked up momentum more and more every year," said Sarah King, owner of in Kirkwood.

At Blush, you can find a variety of fashion-forward scarves, including a multi-animal-printed, brown-toned one with leather fringe that comes from the celebrity-driven line Tolani.

At the price of $178, the scarf is an investment, but it can be worn in a multitude of ways with a variety of looks.

"It's an easy way to change your look," King said.

Turn a classic t-shirt and jeans look into something a little edgier by adding the Tolani scarf in a cowl-like wrap around your neck. As the temperatures start to plummet, you can add a fun leather jacket over the scarf to help keep warm.

For something a bit more formal, this Tolani scarf, which is a bit larger than the typical pashmina, can be converted into a shawl to wear over the shoulders with a little black dress.

If you're looking for a little more simplicity, head to in Webster Groves for a blue-and-brown-striped Howard's scarf ($14.99), which can also be worn in a variety of ways.

"It's an easy accessory for any outfit," said Becky Mueller, Jennie Annie's manager.

The scarf adds a fun touch to a white lace top and a pair of jeans when you do a cowl-like wrap around your neck. You can also try a knot-tie with a tunic and a pair of leggings.

The scarf is ready for work when paired with a long belted-sweater, a basic button-up shirt and a pair of leggings.

Ultimately, the way a woman wears a scarf, whether it's printed or plain, can be a statement of her personal style.

"There are so many possibilities," Mueller said. "Think outside the box with the scarves."

Be sure to check out the photo gallery for pictures of Mueller and Blush's Jessi Kocher modeling a few looks with these scarves.

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