9.06.2008

Scarves-a-Plenty!

Have you ever had the cutest outfit, but no matching scarf? Of course, nothing beats going to Egypt for some good old fashioned hijab shoppin', but if you're tight on time, there are tons of places to find cute hijabs in a jiffy.

The best place to go is Bliss Accessories. They always have tons of scarves in different colors, neutrals, and a seasonal section (like the animal prints below).



The only two locations I know are:
Victoria Gardens Mall in Rancho Cucamonga
Westfeild Mainplace Mall in Santa Ana

Of course, you could probably find all these scarves in dowtown LA (if you know where to look). But they are reasonably priced ($8 - $12) and pretty darn cute.

You can also find nice scarves at Target, like this Turquoise Xhilaration® Tonal Paisley Wrap

Forever 21 has been getting in a whole mess of super cute (and cheap!) scarves, like this Houndstooth Scarf for $8.80

and this Tribal Scarf for $8.80

and this Leopard Print Sheer Scarf for $7.80

H&M also always has a whole section of super cute scarves to pick from.

My latest obsession is the new line of Ed Hardy scarves. It's a cute, different way to wear the brand without looking like everyone else and their mom.
But alas, this Love Kills Slowly Heart & Skull Scarf sells at Bakers for $49.00. Yeah right.

And remember, if all else fails, you can always go to Ross

Happy hunting!

3 comments:

Rhonda Ragab said...

oh how i miss roxy, egypt... we can never have enough hijabs!

Sally said...

everytime i walk into urban outfitters they always have two or three super cute fabulous scarfs ;)

Celeritas said...

The Ed Hardy scarves do look cool but I'd never want anything associated with death or a created being like a skull on my hijab.

Finding hijabs in NZ is really hard, they are always too small or too heavy.