1 Trend, 3 Ways: Cozy Printed Scarves

08/10/2011 at 10:00 AM ET

Look who’s all wrapped up! From Lily Allen (on July 28) and Jessica Alba (on June 16) to Selma Blair (on May 13), Hollywood’s moms-to-be and new moms have turned pretty printed scarves into a maternity must-have.

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Not only do they instantly add polish to your outfit, but the chic oversize accessory helps offset a growing bump. Ready to shop? Check out our faves — for every budget — below.



From the colorful, tropical pattern to the trendy frayed edges, Marc by Marc JacobsWarp Ikat Printed Scarf ($180) will brighten up your outfit and your day.

Courtesy J. Crew


We just love J. Crew‘s Watercolor Floral Scarf ($59.50). Made with soft, light wool, it features rich hues that will take you from the end of summer to fall with ease.

Courtesy New York & Company

Bargain Buy

Leopard print maxi dresses too much for you?

Try New York & Company‘s Bold Animal Print Lurex Scarf ($10). The muted colors and shimmery fabric look luxe at a fraction of the cost.

— Anya Leon

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Izzie's Mom on

Where are these people that they need to bundled up right now?

jessie on

seriously. i love the look but would be sweating like a pig in any of these getups.

Maggie on

None of y’all wear summer scarves? They are a nice light cotton. Great way to top off jeans and a tee and they aren’t hot until temps are 80+, I find. I get mine at Target.

MiB on

Well, in most temperate places, summer doesn’t guarantee sweltering heat, you know, in fact, where I am, you could definitely do with a sweater and a scarf today because it’s so cold. In fact, that’s what I am wearing!

That “splurge” scarf is gorgeous!

Jillian on

It’s not hot everywhere all the time! LA was cool in June and is off and on all he time.

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