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Fall Scarf Styles

Fall Scarf Styles
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There’s a chill in the air as fall has begun to arrive. Our team has been bringing out their knee-high boots, deep-toned jackets and thicker knit scarves. It’s our most favourite time of the year – grabbing pumpkin-spiced lattes and switching to darker colour palettes.

Each fall season we get asked what our favourite scarf styles for fall is. Typically, we sit down as a team to discuss. Some like dainty neckerchiefs to wear over their turtlenecks. Others love the classic fall infinity scarf to add dimension (and warmth) to their jackets.

We recently did a photo-shoot with Calgary-based artist Magda and hairstylist Blair. We wanted to see what local Calgarians would choose to wear as their favourite scarf styles.

Magda of Modern Emulsions is wearing exclusive pieces from our fall scarf collection that are 100% fine wool and made in Italy.


Adding a touch of blue to your outfit is the perfect pairing with deep-toned lipsticks to add extra “pop!”


Add sophistication to your outfit by adding a light poncho. Whether you spend your days in a studio painting, or working at a desk, this poncho is always the perfect pairing.

Blair is wearing monochromatic scarves made of wool from Italy and France. His layering is on point, adding dimension and a sense of intrigue to his outfit.


This all-grey number adds the perfect amount of “effortless” and cozy to any outfit.


Layer it, flip it, love it. This scarf can be worn two ways making it the ultimate personalized scarf style.

A huge thank you to Magda, Blair & Aldona, photographer, for helping us with this styled shoot.

We’re constantly inspired by the creative that wear our pieces and truly believe that the best accessory to pair with our scarves is you!

Each of our pieces are coveted and curated to be never trendy and always classic. If you’re interested in purchasing or trying on any of the pieces mentioned in this blog post, please send us an email at


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