1 Trend, 3 Ways: Mini Necktie Scarves

11/23/2011 at 10:00 AM ET

Leave it up to cool-girl Honor to start a mini trend all on her own. Just like mom Jessica Alba, the 3½-year-old has a penchant for pretty scarves — but tied cowboy-style. And the pint-size fashionista has been rocking the look everywhere from a park playdate (June 18) and window shopping (Nov. 21) to a girls day out at the nail salon (Nov. 16).

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Ready to get your little one wrapped up in the trend? With so many colors and patterns to choose from, finding the perfect mini scarf to complement her style will be a cinch.

Check out the round-up of our top picks — for every budget — below.

Courtesy Saks Fifth Avenue


From its classic checked pattern to its subtle fringe, Burberry‘s Kids Gauze Check Scarf ($130) is a timeless accessory that will never go out of style.

Courtesy J. Crew


Add the purr-fect polish to your Mini Me’s outfit with Crew Cuts‘ easy-to-wear Leopard Pull-Through Scarf ($42.50).

Courtesy Forever 21

Bargain Buy

We just love Forever 21‘s adorable Floral Print Scarf ($7) — and so will she!

— Anya Leon

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tara on

Honor looks adorable, but I would worry the scarf would get caught on something while playing and hurt herself.


Good point Tara!

Indira on

The bargain is the cutest!

candykane on

$42.50 is not an affordable scarf

Shannon on

Not safe. At all. Let children be children and stop trying to make them into mini-fashionistas.

Kay on

Scarves are dangerous for toddlers – they can easily get caught in something and cause injury or even death. That aside, this look is way to mature for a little girl. Why can’t celebrity children be dressed like children?

Marky on

Tara, maybe she would be wearing the scarf when she’s dressed up a bit and not on the playground. Sometimes we think these celebs are incapable of thinking clearly, but most of them are more like us than we think.

maggie on

I think these scarves are cute, besides aren’t traditional winter scarves just as dangerous as the necktie ones?

Sarah K. on

Shannon and Kay, Honor doesn’t seem to mind one bit. She’s always playing and happy in all of the pictures we see of her. If she couldn’t play in her clothes I would agree with you, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.