Enough is enough.
Enough is enough.
Show off your inner cinephile this winter season.
Finally some other ways to use all those scarves you just don’t have enough time to wear.
Seriously, scarves, you only have one job.
Golden retrievers are so hot right now.
After watching many episodes of Wild Things starring Dominic Monaghan I have discovered the man loves him a good scarf.
Scarves always seem like one of those things that cost more than they’re actually worth. So before buying new ones, try making one out of old tees you already own.
Instead of throwing out old flannel shirts and scarves your sick of, cut, dye, sew, embellish and re-use them to keep your neck toasty this winter.
Winter’s finally almost over, and it’s perfect scarf weather. Just check out how cool these fashionably warm animals are rocking scarves!
With the innovation of the scarf clip, fashion will never be the same. Watch Video ›
Finally, the perfect accessory for those of you who can’t get the ~nya ~nya ~nyah out of your head. DeviantArt user MasterPlanner designed an awesome crocheted “nyanscarf” that she plans to sell for $75 plus shipping. The best part? The nyan cat is a removable plushie. View List ›
Artist Meredith Scheff is attempting to make a scarf a day throughout January, and the results thus far are pretty impressive. I would do things I would later not be proud of in order to swaddle my neck in the human organs scarf. Follow Meredith’s progress at The Lady Cartoonist. We’re going scarf crazy today at BuzzFeed! View List ›
Brrr! This winter, cover that naked neck of yours with an interesting scarf. From Long Cat to buttered bread, there’s a large variety of unique scarves to keep you nice and toasty! [Ed note: Gavon and I sit next to each other in the office, and I had no idea he was making a scarf post too. GREAT MINDS!] View List ›
“Stop saying Otello, it sounds pretentious.” Watch Video ›
Perhaps the greatest invention of all time? Edison has nothing on this. View Image ›
I’ve been seeing a lot of gory-but-whimsical homemade scarves lately. Read More ›