Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Giveaway: $50 to Spend on Scarves From Scarves.net

The fashionable folks behind Scarves.net are proud to carry only the best brands and models of discount scarves on the market, all under $40 and today they are offering up a chance for one lucky reader to score a whopping $50 to spend on fashion scarves this holiday season.


With some of their trendy scarves available for as low as $8, you could pick up a few for yourself and each of the fashionistas still on your holiday gift list. If that weren't enough, the team at Scarves.net is also giving every 17Apart reader $5 off your entire purchase with the code HOLIDAYGIFT5 through December 18th, 2013!


A merchandiser at heart, I love how the site is organized by all sorts of ways to shop — new arrivals, best sellers, trends, colors, length and even seasonality. They've even got an entire library with endless options for mastering how to style a scarf, complete with videos tutorials. The newly launched Holiday Gift Guide includes the latest designs from the holiday collection, 8 ways to style a scarf for the holidays, free downloadable gift tags and details on how to win an entire scarf collection in their holiday photo contest — check out the guide here.


Keep up with new arrivals, diy projects and styling advice when following the Scarves.net blog and learn how to enter for a chance to win a fashionable $50 to spend on scarves from Scarves.net at the bottom of this post. Don't forget, Scarves.net is also giving every 17Apart reader $5 off your entire purchase with the code HOLIDAYGIFT5 through December 18th, 2013!

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One of our readers will win $50 to spend on new scarves from Scarves.net. To enter, simply use the Rafflecopter form below — it might take a few seconds to load. For those unfamiliar with Rafflecopter, you fill in the fields using your choice of Facebook or your email, which is only used to contact the randomly selected winner (no spam) — it's that simple.

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Scarves.net generously provided us with the $50 towards new scarves for one lucky reader included in today's giveaway. All the thoughts and opinions are our own — thank you so much for supporting the partners that make 17 Apart possible.

44 comments:

  1. What a timely giveaway! It's finally getting chilly here in Raleigh! Thanks!

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  2. My favorite way to style a scarf is simply to loop it around and around!

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  3. I use Wendy's Lookbook YouTube video to style my scarves based on my outfit of the day!

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  4. I usually do a double loop - easy and fast

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  5. I fold it in half and put one end through the loop!

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  6. My favorite way is the layered knot although I've been experimenting with different ways a lot lately. Love the tutorials on Scarves.net.

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  7. I love these soft scarves. My newest edition is an infinity scarf and I just put it over my head twice and it looks good with zero effort!

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  8. I love to hold scarves quite free on my neck .

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  9. Double knotted. I work at school and I have a lot of copy cats now.

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  10. I love pashmina style scarves!

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  11. I love to wear it double looped and knotted. Love scarves!

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  12. I love to pair a patterned scarf with a solid colored turtleneck

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  13. I follow Scarves.net on pinterest as freebiequeen15

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  14. can a girl EVER have too many scarves? i'm loving infinity scarves, lately, paired with a loose cozy sweater or fitted shirt & maxi skirt.

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  16. I usually do a loop on one side then pull the ends through. I love scarves every possible way though!!

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  17. Twist and loop the scarf, paired with jeans, boots and a sweater.

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  18. mojitoprincess pinterest and instagram

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  19. I like to pull the ends through a loop, like a slip knot.

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  20. I like to double it up and put the ends through the loop!

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  21. i love to pull the ends in a loop so it's bundled up around my neck!
    briannuhhYDG@yahoo.com

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  22. I tend to be terrible at scarf tyeing. I double it up, and pull the ends through the loop, mostly.

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  23. I double it up and pull the ends through... love it with jeans and a sweater.

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  24. I double it up and pull the ends through... pair it with jeans and a sweater

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  25. I loop it around my neck with both tails in front

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  26. I double loop it. One of my favourite ways!

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  27. I love the four in hand, and after getting the hang of it, I can do it without staring (confused) in the mirror for 5 minutes lol

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  28. I usually fold it in half and put the ends through the opening. Nice and warm!

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  29. My favorite is the infinity scarf look.

    instagram: itsmenikkimc
    pinterest: nikmcc

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  30. following on Pinterest pinterest.com/adarst213

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  31. I like to wear scarves bundled around my neck! bjn1957{at}hgmail{dot}com

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  32. instagram anarchangel
    pinterest anarchangel

    I wear scarves on my head and neck

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  33. infinity style double loop around the neck, but i also wrap my head

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  34. I love infinity style scarves... so easy to double loop around my neck!

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  35. I simply love Scarves <3 And Thank you so much for such lovely Giveaway :) Really hope I win:)
    Priti xx

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  36. And my favorite way to wear Scarves, is around neck mostly :)

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  37. I like to wear my scarves with a nice peacoat or sweater. I have no idea what the way i tie it is called lol.

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