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Budget Career Deal: This Snood Hits Every Trend

Budget Career Deal: This Snood Hits Every Trend

Wendy at Simply Sassy Style made me look up the word “snood” earlier this week. In my lexicon, a snood is a sort of hairnet used to keep long hair gathered back, originating in eighth century England. But these days it also means a tubular scarf, one of my fave fashion accessories.

If you’re like me, and you’ve worn the same simple shirts and skirts in black, grey, and white for years, a bright snood in flattering colors can be a fun and economical way to try some of this season’s hottest trends, including orange and graphic prints – and liven up those every day basics.

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7 Responses to Budget Career Deal: This Snood Hits Every Trend

  1. Hi Lynne,
    After you mentioned looking up the word, I did too and I guess I should in fact have added scarf … but hey, we both learnt a little something.

    I'd guess the eternity scarf is much the same thing.

    I like the colours in the scarf you're sharing here and I think you should get it for yourself.

    Hope your day is fabulous … my weekend starts in 22 minutes.

  2. Huh, I always thought of snoods the same way as you – hairnets. In my vocab that style of scarf is a circle scarf or infinity scarf. Eh, times are changing as always.

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