Silky soft spring scarves
As the sunshine is set to continue this weekend why not leave your coat at home and embrace the lovely mild weather?
In these temperatures you'll still need to cover up a little, but that's easily achieved if you pair your cropped jacket or blazer with one of our stunning smart casual silk scarves.
For a versatile accessory to take you seamlessly from day to night, the Pia scarf could be just what you need, in its metallic silver or light gold tone.
Made from a top quality silk-wool blend these garments feel soft and comfortable next to your neck, whether tied in a loose knot or draped over your shoulders for more of a pashmina shawl style.
With its gentle metallic hue it's effortlessly stylish and can be worn with a range of colours, from a black shift dress to a simple cream blouse and slim jeans combo.
If you're planning a day out this weekend then the Eve Jacket makes a great accompaniment in a brown mocha-coloured double-breasted style.
This short jacket comes with an oversized collar and bold black button details, meaning that it already makes a tailored style statement.
Why not leave the collar unbuttoned and loose wrap your scarf around your neck for added texture and warmth as you take a stroll with friends and family during the unseasonably mild weather.
Another more dressy scarf which embraces a touch of metallic glamour is the Carris Scarf, which comes in either camel or champagne hues.
These neutral lightweight scarves have been woven with luxe lurex yarns meaning they are silk soft from end to end and sit perfectly around your shoulders without slipping loose.
With all this sunshine you could even grab some oversized sunglasses, its time for them to make a comeback!
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