Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Aircee (TM) Unisex Autumn Winter Soft Wrap Blanket #Shawl Pashmina Scarf -#BlanketScarf

Scarves, scarves, scarves.  They come in all kinds of shapes, fashion and style.  There are lightweight, sheer scarves perfect for the Spring and Summer.  There are the heavy, bulky knitted or crotchet scarves for the cold winter and then you have scarves that are in between...perfect for Fall and Winter.

The scarf, shown below, falls in the in-between.  It's not too heavy or bulky, but it still has enough weight and fabric to it to keep you very warm during the winter months.  This Pashmina Blanket Scarf can be worn many ways.  You can tie the opposite ends together and then loop around your neck, again to create the blanket scarf style or you can simply let it hang loosely down each side, in front.  With a blanket scarf, you have many options in creating different looks.

The Aircee (TM) Unisex Autumn Winter Wrap Blanket Scarf is available in many colors: Black/Beige Plaid, Dark Blue/Beige Plaid, Dark Blue/Yellow Plaid, Grey/Beige, Grey/Beige Plaid, Grey/Blue and Grey/Pink.  I chose the Grey/Beige because I think it will go well with many items in my closet.  The Aircee Blanket Scarf is so soft, fluffy and very comfortable and would make the perfect Christmas or Valentine's gift.  Every gal (and guy) needs a least a couple of scarves in their wardrobe.  The scarf is approximately 24" x 82", plenty big enough to wrap around your shoulders during cool mornings while sitting in front of the t.v. or worn with a shirt, that has a low cut neck, to help keep you warm while traveling or at work.

I love the softness of this scarf.  It's so cozy and warm and with plaid being a hot item right now, this is definitely something you need add to your collection.  The Aircee Unisex Autumn Winter Wrap Blanket Scarf can be purchase on Amazon.  Aircee has this scarf listed at only $12.99!  This is a bargain considering how large and how much scarf you get for that price.  Did you know that you can turn a blanket scarf into a vest?  Well, you can. Below is a video showing just that.


***I received a complimentary product, in exchange, for my honest and unbiased review.  All opinions are 100% my own.

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