You may have caught my recent post about wearing scarves in the spring. That concept is going to fall right in line with the feature I’m going to do today on FRAAS scarves! I love wearing scarves no matter what the weather because it can completely change an outfit from blah into huzzah! (Yeah, I just made that up.) So when I had a chance to review one of these scarves for FRAAS, I was so excited to try it out!
“It is astounding what a difference a scarf can make to the total look.” Said Ken Krieger, VP of Sales for FRAAS. And he couldn’t be more right. Have you ever stopped and looked in a mirror on the way out your door and felt your outfit was missing something? Most likely what you are missing at these times is some sort of accessory. It will add that final piece of flair to your look, that we often times go without.
A little bit on FRAAS, The Scarf Company…
FRAAS has been in business for over 130 years. They were founded in 1880 by Valentin Fraas, and they’ve since grown to be the world leader for shawls and mufflers, under leadership of descendants of founder Fraas. They are constantly developing new designs and concepts and putting products of outstanding quality out there for fashion-conscious consumers.
This Spring and Summer 2013 Collection
There is a beautiful line-up of FRAAS scarfs for their spring/summer 2013 collection. They focus on three different stories: Mystical Coast, Jungle Fever and East Meets West. These all feature the greatest materials, neat color schemes and patterns; plus the fact that they are so easy to wear makes these scarves an absolute must.
Meet the Mystical Waters Scarf
The scarf that I got to test out (and the scarf you seen in the photo above) was the Mystical Waters scarf in coral. This scarf also comes in turquoise for those of you who like the blue/green palette instead!
This might just be the comfiest scarf that I own. It’s super soft, lightweight and breathable. Perfect for spring and summer weather! And this is an oversized scarf too, so it measures 40×72 inches – much longer than most that I’ve tried! This is so nice because I was able to wear it as an infinity scarf and wrap it around my neck three times!
You don’t have to wear your scarf the same way every time either. With this scarf, you could wear it as a sarong, a shawl or wrap, or draped around your neck with a white tee and jeans. The looks are unlimited!
Where Can I Get One?!
So what do you think? Will you be adding one to your spring and summer wardrobe?
Disclosure: I received a sample of this scarf in order to review and complete this post. I was not paid to write this article, and all opinions are my own.