|Written by Christin Miller on Saturday, March 10, 2012|
|Awaken to Spring with Johnny Was Scarves|
Colorful Accessories from Smith and Western
My obsession with Johnny Was scarves is still going strong, and I am excited to see their new Spring styles arriving in stores. As always, Johnny Was scarves offer something for everyone, from delicate pastel patterns to designs brimming with vibrant color.
The Smith and Western website never lets me down when it comes to Johnny Was scarves. They always have several different styles of scarves in stock, and they tell me that more are on the way! If you are interested in a really feminine, romantic scarf, then the Monroe Scarf (left, $79) is a good option for you. It is a pale grey scarf with delicate florals in corals, pinks, greens, and blues. If you are looking for some bright colors to pull you out of the winter doldrums, take a look at the Panya Scarf (center, $86). The vibrant tones of orange and yellow mixed with soft green and turquoise will bring an immediate smile to your face and to everyone else who sees you! It is definitely a statement piece. The Le Claire scarf (right, $79) is one of my favorites. It features a turquoise, chartreuse, and violet pattern inspired by a vintage floral design. I love the colors of this scarf, which would be perfect for an Easter celebration. All of these scarves measure approximately 43" square and are 100% silk. Which one is your favorite?
Visit smithandwesternonline.com to see and purchase these Johnny Was scarves, along with several others.