Free People Scarf Review

This free people scarf escaped my cart last year but I made sure not to let that happen again! I finally splurged and guys, It’s SO worth it. Sharing the good and the bad below!

Free People Scarf Review by Portland fashion blogger Topknots and Pearls

OUTFIT DETAILS

SCARF Free People | LONG SLEEVE TEE Free People | JEANS American Eagle | BOOTIES BP

This Free People scarf. I have worn it too many times to count this season. Free People brought it out last Fall and I eyed it all season until it was too late to buy it, it was out of stock everywhere. I FINALLY got it and I am so glad.

Here are the good and bad about the Free People Scarf:

BAD:

-Sometimes it’s a little bulky.

-Very warm for the warmer Fall days.

-On the expensive side for an accessory, unless you find it on sale.

 

GOOD:

-SO SOFT. Literally, I could use it as a cozy blanket.

-Great to wear without a jacket for a layer of warmth.

-Comes in about 8 colors. I LOVE the tan.

-Long fringe which is very different than most scarves so it has a special stand out detail.

-Great quality knit. It’s tightly woven, I haven’t had issues with the weave snagging or allowing wind to come through the threads.

-Travel-Friendly, I wear big scarves when flying because airline blankets gross me out.

– Great to layer with under a coat to keep your neck warm. You can bring it closer to your face depending on the weather, aka wind and rain. I wore it in Seattle with my puffer jacket and it was perfect for the evening time to protect me from the cold and rain.

-Versatile. It can be worn with so much! Dressed up or dressed down.

Would I buy this Free People scarf again? 100 times YES!

Free People Scarf Review by Portland fashion blogger Topknots and Pearls

Free People Scarf Review by Portland fashion blogger Topknots and Pearls

Free People Scarf Review by Portland fashion blogger Topknots and Pearls

Free People Scarf Review by Portland fashion blogger Topknots and Pearls

Free People Scarf Review by Portland fashion blogger Topknots and Pearls

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