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Scarves can be useful to innovative women.. we can tie them on our head, around our neck in likely 20 plus different ways.. we can use the as a wrap or use them to wrap a baby in… scarves are underrated
By luluonline on 03.12.2011
i love scarves they are so lovely and keep me warm in the winter, oh how i love them. they look good with any outfit and i am set for the day.
By Kudzai Vellem on 03.12.2011
Sitting on a cold winters day Sipping tea with friends in a tea shoppe. Watching the world go by. The sky is beautiful and the trees sway with the wind that blew our hair everywhere outside.
By Betty on 03.12.2011
I love them in winter and think they are fashionable. Can’t spend the money on them that I want to. But I would love to be fashionable. The plaid ones are ugly. My friend has one like that. But I would get blue. Scottish. They remind me of my Scottish relatives. And Kilts. The Button just started me over agian so this is two minutes. Why do I run out of things to say? Scarves are on sale but I wouldn’t know how to tie them right. Anyways it’s almost time for summer. Shorts Season.
By Elaine on 03.12.2011
wrap around colours of expression. feel the smooth silk flow around your neck. summer. spring. fall. winter. ideal piece of clothes.
By ali on 03.12.2011
New scarve? yes, i got it out of my old curtain, pretty fashionable isn’t it? Scarves can be made out of everything. Scarves can make the difference.
By Mr. Idea on 03.12.2011
I don’t understand the fascination with such a simple piece of decorative clothing: scarves. They are written about, movies are made about them, and people wear them all year long. What was once a simple solution to cold necks, has become a symbol of all things fashion. There are crazy words like pashmina now that describe this simple garment. Let’s stop the foolishness people.
By nick on 03.12.2011
they keep you neck warm in the winter, when it’s cold. they come in different shapes and sizes and can also be word as an accessory. they look good with gloves and a head warmer or ear warmers
By Daniëlle on 03.12.2011
my God! she thought as her eyes fell upon the vast myriad of colorful abundance, strewn over the floor and surely about to climb the walls in a desperate attempt to escape from itself. “antiquing never felt so good,” she thought to herself.
By Sam URL on 03.12.2011
Flowing silky banners of color. Styling whirling garments of joy. I love to watch you flow.
By ted on 03.12.2011
They make me feel warm and fussy, I love scarves in cold weather. I love scarves in warm weather. I love their colors, their textures, their prints, their love to my neck. I love wrapping them around, playing with them, wrapping them in my dogs head, making them look like turbans. I love them.
By mariel on 03.12.2011
i thought of scars when i saw the word i don’t know why thats just the first thing i thought of. should i have thought of some thing else i dunno.. but what the heck is scarves anyway? i mean is that even a real word where did it come from .. and why did i get this word
By Linn URL on 03.12.2011
the idea of scarves had never crossed her mind in the past. she’d seen them, crayon shades on display on vendors tables in every corner of the city. cashmere, cotton, sheer fabric, long, short–each kind was represented and shilled by men with strange accents, willing to bargain a little if the day was right.
scarves filled a drawer in her dresser now. they covered her bald head, her thin shoulders–draped and tied to hide the worse of the disease and it’s equally horrific cure. she was glad for them, for the warmth, the rich colors–the sense of beauty she sought in a world of needles, therapeutic poisons and pain.
By Quin Browne URL on 03.12.2011
scarves are those fuzzyness thingies that keep my neck warm in the winter and cold , chilly days of school (: scarves are awesome and comforting . i use to think they would make no difference because they only cover your neck but ayee it works haha you should try it.
By Linn7 URL on 03.12.2011
so warm aren’t they? i’m a big fan of scarves. they are great. i like colorful scarves. they are an easy way to spruce up an outfit. scarves are great for traveling. yes…i love scarves. that i do. yellow scarves, red scarves, blue, you name it.
By Kayla on 03.12.2011
We wore our pain like scarves in a long winter — as if it would protect us. We hoped the chill of disappointment would never reach our bones again.
i hate scarves, they make my neck really itchy. i have never owned a scarf that i have liked. who even made them? they’re useless. they don’t keep you warm for shit.
By Lydia on 03.12.2011
When I was a child my mother knew how much I loved to wear scarves, my father was in aviation and always brought one back from where he was flying that day just for me. One week he didn’t come back… Thirteen years later I get a scarf in the mail from him.
By Mitchell Leonard on 03.12.2011
I have only one, black and white. A thousand birds fly over it and are still flying.
By chloe on 03.12.2011
i have to wear them. because i’m ugly. i’m so fucking disgusting. my neck is disgusting. i hate my body. i hate that i have to wear them. i want to wear them at summer too. but i cant.
By Meril URL on 03.12.2011
Scarves conjure up a pretty place and winter. I like the ideal of winter, but the reality is often underwhelming. Long lavender scarves because that’s the color of the word at the top of the screen. Snowflakes. People laughing. White, straight teeth. Why are they so happy? Who knows! It’s winter and we’re ice skating.
By Russell on 03.12.2011
We used them as birds nests, cheap silk, with tourist images of Paris and the Taj Mahal, places the birds could’ve gotten to on their own if they’d been so inclined.
By wristwatch URL on 03.12.2011
she wraps a scarf around her head each day, covering her blonde waves. she says its to protect herself from the evil stares of men, allah says her beauty is meant for her husband only. now the rest of humanity stares at her, as if she is the evil one.
By sara on 03.12.2011
scarves are what keep you warm in the winter. they are like snakes winding around the peoples neck and they like to eat your coffee. LOL. they come in different shapes and sizes like birds of the air. we need them to stay warm.
By Piper on 03.12.2011
They’re so inconvenient to wear. Always unwrapping, hanging down, getting tangled or caught in things, falling off… never quite covering my neck in the middle where I’ve knotted it or wrapped it around.
Now I wear those tube things. Been wearing them for years. It’s like a turtleneck, but just the neck part. Works perfectly. Pull it over my head, covers me, no gaps, no drafts. I love these things.
I still like the look of scarves. Scarves are pretty! I just wish I could wear them without all the hassle!
By Noisy Quiet URL on 03.12.2011
they’re fashion statements, they can cover our faces, and they can keep us warm in the winter. they come in all different shapes and sizes and colors, just like every one of us. don’t judge, and enjoy all of the differences around us everyday.
By Kelli URL on 03.12.2011
Colour around your neck. But you can’t see it…
By Annalise on 03.12.2011
I have ltos of scarves. Scarves for moods. Scarves to match. Pretty. Ugly. Thin. Fat. Like little beings. My scarves have personalities. They can twist and turn, just like my gut when I see you. They are bright and happy, sometimes. Sometimes not.
By Lily Harper on 03.12.2011
scareves are an amzing way to complete a look. i myslef have one. although i see them everythigng in harsh winter air i never have obtained more than one in my lifetime. maybe its because i live in a place thats hotter than sating ass cheeks. howeve,
By Madison Schmidt on 03.12.2011
Scarves are lovely aren’t they. So versatile and floaty. So pretty. So girly. So grunge. So colourful and patterned. They appear in every culture. They appear in every day life. Summer, spring, autumn, winter. 24/7 no matter what time it is. I wish I had more. I wish everyone had more.
By Lauraa URL on 03.12.2011
I love my scarves in the winter time, when it’s nice out and the sun is shining. Paired with some shades and a cute cardigan, it makes one of the most fashionable outfits. I actually really need more scarves. And more cardigans.
By Kristina on 03.12.2011
There are many different types of scarves, however I have a current favourite. The infinity scarf, or circular scarf, is great. It can be used in many different ways and with many different fashions. I think I will knit an infinity scarf.
By Jess on 03.12.2011
The cloth around my neck did nothing to shelter me from the bitter cold. I walked on through the frozen waist land that I used to call home, wishing with all my heart that I would live to see the green forest once again. Didn’t I deserve at least that? One more chance to see the life in it all, before my own life slipped away. As if animating my thoughts, my scarf slid off my neck, and blew away in the wind. I didn’t bother chasing it, just like I wouldn’t fight back when frostbite overcame me, and my spirit blew away with the wind.
By Katie URL on 03.12.2011
the cold wind stabbing at my face i wrapped my dark scarf around my neck and covered my face. snow flakes falling all around me i looked off into the distance and there i saw it.
By cody on 03.12.2011
Oh my, the word is SCARVES. I must confess – I love wearing scarves of all colors, styles and shapes because at my age I hate looking at my neck. Why do our necks wrinkle as we age? All I can say is thank God for scarves!
By eebrown URL on 03.12.2011
I love going for walks in winter but my favorite part is getting bundled up. I pull on my coat, and mittens, but my favorite thing to put on is my scarf. I love the color and fabric, and it keeps me really warm!
By Taylor on 03.12.2011
warm and in the summers heat. you never know where to go. hide the face from everyone else, you see it as your own blinding scarf. it can hide you from anything. don’t let it go, its the last thing you have. something just so simple, it may mean everything to you. you’re rope that will take you to the future.
By laura on 03.12.2011
little things craves out your identity
the ring on your thumb.
the three necklaces you wear all the time
even to bed
and one orange scarf i bought you in
By Naomi McNamara on 03.12.2011
I used to have million os scarves, more for fashion than warmth. But they’re so old now. I have a few still just for sometimes, but much more for warmth now. They took away and sometimes overwhelmed outfits I think, and now they’re not covering up any hickeys i may or may nor have had. They’re just warming my soft skin, white as snow.
By jordanstanley URL on 03.12.2011
The scarf was beautiful. She could not believe that he would buy her such a goreous thing. yet he had. And she had nothing to give in return. How stupid she felt!
“Adam. I’m sorry. But I didn’t realize that we were exchanging gift.” she said slowly. “Or I would have gotten you something.”
By Lauren on 03.12.2011