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  • Writer's pictureJulie Diana

How to Style a Plum and Berry Headwrap

Updated: May 12

Scarf: Bloomingdale's / Cardigan: Amazon Essentials / Dress: Express, similar here / Earrings: Amazon Collection / Necklace: similar here

If I've learned one thing from fourteen years in the headwear space, it's that we covered ladies can't resist monochromatic prints in deep jewel tones.

This rectangular scarf from Bloomingdale's features a large-scale floral motif in rich shades of aubergine and bordeaux.

The gauzy fabric is 100% wool, which makes this scarf durable and breathable in any season. Its 26"x71" dimensions make it ideal for all of the rectangle scarf-tying techniques on the video page here.

The styling video

The scarf's background color is a muted rose-beige, not the peach tone in the Bloomie's product photo. Underneath, I'm wearing both a pleated volumizer and gray cotton layering cap. Together, they create extra height in the back.

I've pulled both colors from the scarf for the outfit: plum into the duster cardigan, and berry red for the sheath dress (similar here).

The cardigan is secured with a belt I hand stitched using 5/8" black foldover elastic and a mini gunmetal gray buckle.

Scarf: Bloomingdale's / Cardigan: Amazon Essentials / Dress: Express, similar here / Boots: Born / Earrings: Amazon Collection

Note that the duster cardigan I'm wearing is listed as 'burgundy', yet is a deep eggplant purple. I had hoped it would be red to match the ponte sheath dress, but the purple tone matches the scarf.

The cardigan is available in sizes XS-6X, and is a cotton-modal-polyester blend.

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