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November 20, 2008

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I love scarves and have quite a few, but alas, I lack the scarf panache necessary to wear them properly. They end up bunched up in a knot or dragging on the ground, and sometimes they just fall off altogether.

Tell me about it... Overreaction is not for nothing, it's a dangerous weather when it just begins to get cold - easy to catch a cold. A scarf is a must for me this time of the year.

"One feels self-conscious as an oil painting bought to match upholstery. "

Scarves definitely add style and class to ones everyday outfit. No doubt.

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