I received the infinite scarf to review in black and beige. I like the beige color the best. In fact, I love the color. It is neutral and goes with almost everything and it has a subtle shine. The infinite scarf is versatile in that it stretches to the size of a tube dress and then back down to a scarf again just by stretching the fabric.
In this picture, I am wearing it as a warmer. I stretched the tube out and slipped it over my head. It is really easy to do and goes back to a regular scarf by pulling and stretching it long again. This would have been really warm under a coat, but I wanted you to see the scarf in the picture. As soon as we walked out the door to take the picture, a snow storm came through and it was really cold.
You can watch a video on the infinite scarf site to see all the ways to wear it. You can wear it in 20+ ways including as a muffler, jacket, sweater, shawl, vest, warmer, hood, cowl, kerchief, cape, stole, tube top, skirt, halter top, strapless dress, and off the shoulder. I wasn't adventurous enough to wear it in all of these versatile styles, but I do like wearing it as a scarf. It is really soft and machine washable which is always a plus.
Check out the infinite scarf site for more info. You can get two infinite scarves for the price of one with coupon code "CODE101".
Disclosure: I received products for review purposes. All opinions are honest and are my own.
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Hi, I'm Faith, a former Family and Consumer Science teacher turned work at home Mom blogger. I love God, my family, and food. You can usually find me in the kitchen preparing family friendly, homemade recipes and taking lots of pictures.
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