5 Secret Ways to Master the Art of Upsell in Your Salon

Before we dive in, let’s cover the very basics: What is upselling? And why should you be doing it?

Upselling is a strategy to make a larger overall profit by adding extra goods or services to your product.

Why should you be upselling in your salon? Not only is upselling a direct benefit to you, it builds client trust and rounds out your services, all while creating a better customer experience.

Let's dive in! Here are 5 ways to master the art of upselling...


#1. Be Strategic About Timing

Your client has booked a service and is now checking in. This is the perfect time to present them with upgrades or embellishments to their service.  Show your expertise on the different available options. Your goal should be to better their customer experience, leaving your salon well-serviced and cared for.


#2. Understand the Power of Recommendation

We all know the power of reviews and personal product recommendations. Your client will be looking to you as an expert in your field, so what you recommend or products you rave about hold a lot of weight.

Offering the service of eyelash extensions? Talk about your personal love for the deep-cupped eye masks that protect and lengthen the lifespan of your lashes.

Hairstylist? Talk about your favorite haircare products and why you personally use them on a daily basis.


#3. Don't Overlook Social Media

It's easy to compartmentalized and think of upselling occurring only in the salon, but did you know you can have great success outside as well? Using social media to upsell your services not only is an additional avenue to reach your clients, it covers a large audience at once!

Being careful not to over-sell and experiment with a handful of product based posts in-between your standard posts. Going back to Upsell Point #2, talk about the products you love and tell your followers why they enrich your life! Post pictures of yourself or other clients using them. Present yourself as an expert in the industry where people will turn to you for advice and recommendations.

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July 25, 2018 by Annemarie Kelley

Staple Pieces You Need to Stay Comfortable on a Flight

This guest blog post was curated for Bucky by Kacey Bradley.

Air travel is the optimal choice for traveling long distances. It's quick and sometimes you get snacks and drinks included in your ticket price. Like all things, there’s a downside to being on an airplane and that’s the struggle to stay comfortable.

Airplane seats are usually small and squeezed together so the airline can maximize space to fit more passengers. This can make people feel claustrophobic and uncomfortable. Knowing what staple pieces to bring on board will help you maximize the space you have and guarantee a more comfortable journey. Having a carry on packing list will help you remember all the essentials, but here’s a few things to consider before you hop on your next flight.


Comfortable Clothing

Flying means you will be doing a lot of sitting and a lot of walking, so make sure the clothes you are wearing are comfortable. Some great options are a pair of loose fitting pants or leggings paired with a soft t-shirt or sweater. Comfortable clothing will allow you to move around when finding which seated position is the most comfortable, and won’t slow you down when hustling through the airport when catching your flight.


Trusty Jacket 

You never know if you’re going to be under the air condition vent or not, or how cold the plane will be. It’s good to always have a jacket with you in case you need it! With the current trends focused so much on staple and structured pieces, you could bring a leather jacket, since quality leather makes for a good insulator. Don’t let the thought of finding such a quality jacket to your wardrobe scare you though – it’s easy to find pieces within your budget and you can easily read about what materials to look for. After all, if you’re going to be traveling so frequently, a small investment like this will keep you chic and comfortable on all your adventures! There’s also cotton jackets if you’re wearing long sleeves or a jean one for both comfort and style.


Soft Travel Scarf

Travel scarves can be super handy on a plane. Are you feeling a little chilly? Wrap it up around your arms or drape it over your lap. Need to some privacy? Drape it over your seat to make a tiny scarf tent to help you sleep. Travel scarves are also a great addition to your light and comfortable travel outfit.


 Slip-On Shoes

If you get frustrated before you get on the plane, you’ll be less likely to enjoy the experience or be able to get comfortable. That’s why you should wear slip-on shoes to the airport! They will make getting through security quick and easy, making the whole trip a breeze.


Throw Blanket

If you’re someone who's naturally cold all the time, bring a throw blanket with you on the plane. It’ll keep your arms and legs warm during your flight, and it’ll be especially useful if you’re having an overnight trip where the provided blankets might be too thin. Some throws even fold into pillows for a two-in-one option!


Neck Pillow

Some people have issues with sitting in one place for too long. It can cause back and joint pains, which is when neck pillows come in handy. Bring one with you if you find your body aching after a plane ride. It’ll allow your spine to release any tension while keeping your head comfortable. Having a neck pillow will also keep you from putting your face against the seat or wall of the plane, which could have unknown bacteria and oils on it that are bad for your skin.


Noise-Cancelling Headphones

One of the worst things to experience on a plan is being sat next to someone who’s a loud eater or snores in their sleep. Don’t go on another trip without investing in a set of noise-cancelling headphones. You’ll find that silence makes your personal space feel bigger and you’ll be able to relax more easily.


High-Quality Eye Mask

Once you’re snuggled up with your travel pillow, throw blanket and noise-cancelling headphones, all you’ll need is an eye mask to help whisk you away to pleasant dreams. Shop around or research online to find an eye mask that fits your head well but not too tight, and blocks any light that might try to get through the fabric.

 What you want to bring on the plane for your own comfort depends on how you want to spend the ride. If you like to sleep, bring everything you need so you can feel like you’re in your own bed or spend your time awake and entertained while not being distracted by things on the plane. Whatever you choose to bring, make sure you always have a few comfort staple pieces with you so you’re prepared for anything.



Kacey Bradley is the lifestyle and travel blogger for The Drifter Collective, an eclectic lifestyle blog that expresses various forms of style through the influence of culture and the world around us. Kacey graduated with a degree in Communications while working for a lifestyle magazine. She has been able to fully embrace herself with the knowledge of nature, the power of exploring other locations and cultures, all while portraying her love for the world around her through her visually pleasing, culturally embracing and inspiring posts. Along with writing for her blog, she frequently writes for sites like US Travel News, Thought Catalog, Style Me Pretty, Tripping.com and more!

Follow Kacey on Twitter and subscribe to her blog to keep up with her travels and inspiring posts!

June 05, 2018 by Annemarie Kelley

5 Tips for Better Sleep During the Week

Deep, restful sleep can oftentimes feel elusive and out of reach, especially during busy week nights. If you're having trouble catching up on your z's, we have five tips to help you reclaim your sleep.


 1. Unplug an Hour Before Sleep 

This is something that many of us have heard, but don't follow. It's tough, but incredibly important. Getting off your phone, computer, tablet, or iPad will significantly help your chances of restful sleep. The bright lights in our technology slow the production of melatonin, which is crucial for sleep. Light, in general, is the body's way of registering that it is time to keep staying awake and alert. 

In addition to putting your electronics away an hour prior to bed, you should also start turning the lights down low to encourage sleepiness. Shower with low, ambient light and allow yourself to start relaxing and getting all your thoughts and mental notes for the next day out before heading to your bed.


2. Try an Eye Mask

Even the smallest amount of light (like the computer monitor, a light in the other room peaking underneath the door, or car lights shining through the blinds) can disrupt sleep. Our Bucky sleep masks are the best quality, blocking out light and never put pressure on your eyes, ensuring pressure free blinking.





3. Exercise

Exercising helps you sleep better and it's good for mental and physical health. Any form of exercise, whether it's going for a walk, doing some yoga, rollerblading, etc., will help you get that sought after shut eye. Just be sure to get your fitness in 3-4 hours before you plan on going to bed or you might have a burst of energy and sleep will be distant.




4. Use Hot/Cold Therapy

In order for sleep to occur, you also need to be relaxed and comfortable. On cold winter nights, heat therapy is a great way to soothe your muscles and induce relaxation, which will bring you one step closer to a good night of sleep. You can relax with our neck wraps, heart warmers, and compact wraps, which can also be used to warm the bed for maximum comfort. On hot nights, use cold therapy to cool off and achieve a cooler body temperature, which is necessary for falling asleep. 



5. Set a Routine

Finally, set a routine and stick to it every night. Set a reminder for when you want to head to bed and plan to wake up at the same time each morning. This will help set your biological clock, eventually making it easier to wake up since it will be more natural than an alarm. To make your body more alert and awake, spend time in the sunlight for 5-20 minutes first thing in the morning, if possible. 


Bonus Tip: Make Sure Your Pillow is Up to the Task

Sometimes the culprit to lack of sleep can be as simple as the type of pillow or mattress you are using. If it's time for a new, comfortable pillow, we recommend our natural filled buckwheat and millet pillows. Hull bed pillows are not only great for deep, restorative sleep, but provide ideal head and neck support that greatly improves sleep posture and reduces soreness in the morning. 


 We hope these tips will lead you to more restful sleep and a healthier life. 

Relax at Home with Hot and Cold Therapy

As the end of October nears, we are slowly adding another blanket to our beds, throwing on extra layers, and grabbing a warmer jacket before leaving the house. Yes, it's definitely getting colder and darker these days. Winter is on its way. If you're feeling a little discouraged by the cold weather, we have the perfect cure. Our Bucky hot and cold therapy just may be what you've been needing this winter. It is the perfect way to enjoy a relaxing evening at home and relieve some of the stressors in your life. 


With the arrival of chilly weather comes cold and flu season. Combat this less than ideal winter side effect with the Bucky heart warmer pillow. Filled with premium buckwheat seeds that conform to your body, this pillow is a wonderful combination of heating and cooling—simply put the Heart Warmer in the microwave for the soothing benefits of a heating pillow. 

All Bucky buckwheat is fragrance-free, hypoallergenic, and produced without pesticides or fertilizer. The quality of buckwheat filling far surpasses that of rice and other grains used in traditional heating pillows and is recommended by professional spas and salons worldwide as the best solution for long-lasting, moist heat.

Heat therapy can help relieve stress and anxiety, loosen stiff and sore muscles, and soothe aching joints, headaches, and arthritis pain—just put it in the microwave and be amazed at how long the Heart Warmer provides gentle heat. Freeze the Heart Warmer for a refreshing cold pack that can help soothe strained muscles, bruises, insect bites, hot flashes, and reduce inflammation and swelling.

For a relaxing spa inspired day at home, try the Serena MaskOur Professional Spa Comfort products are Bucky best sellers. These eye masks are great for relaxation, sinus headaches and reducing puffiness and circles under the eyes. The chenille covers are soft to the touch and extremely durable. Each can be placed in the microwave or the freezer depending on your desired use.

Another great way to stay warm and comfortable this season is using the heated/cooling neck and shoulder wrap. All you have to do is put the wrap in the microwave for soothing heat relaxation, or in the freezer for a refreshing cold pack. 

Unlike traditional heat wraps that use rice and other grains, buckwheat is recommended and used by professional spas and salons worldwide as the best solution for long-lasting, moist heat. Even better, all Bucky buckwheat is naturally fragrance-free and grown without the use of pesticides or fertilizer.

All Bucky shoulder and neck wraps are designed for hands-free relief—gently drape the wrap on your neck and shoulders to alleviate aches and pains while moving freely throughout your day.

Put your Bucky Neck & Shoulder Wrap in the microwave for a heat wrap to reduce stress, anxiety, stiff and sore muscles, aching joints, headaches, arthritis pain, and much more! For a cooling wrap, let it chill in the freezer to help soothe strained muscles, bruises, insect stings, hot flashes, and reduce inflammation and swelling.

For a relaxing night in your bed with a book before sleep, try the compact wrap, which can be used as a bed warmer. Just put the wrap in the microwave and then under the sheets for instant warmth and coziness.

 Heat wraps are recommended to help reduce stress, anxiety, stiff and sore muscles, aching joints, headaches, and arthritis pain. For cooling relief, they soothe bruises, bug bites, hot flashes, etc. 



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 Stay warm as it gets colder and don't forget to give yourself some self care in one form or another! 

Thanksgiving Travel Guide

Fall is in full swing and most of us are fantasizing about our next long break with dances of turkey legs and football in our minds. Yes, we're talking about Thanksgiving (you know, that holiday you celebrate before all the Christmas antics)! The time for gathering, for eating our favorite, traditional meals, and for recounting what we're thankful for this year is only a little over a month away. This also happens to be about the right time to start booking your flight home, preparing for your long weekend getaway, or solidifying plans. That's where we come in. Your Thanksgiving travel guide has arrived! 

1. Plane Travel 

If you're traveling by plane, now is the time to surf for deals before prices soar (no pun intended). Here's a trick--if you've been consistently searching for flights on the same device (be it your laptop, Iphone, tablet, etc.), your search history may be saving this, allowing the prices to show up higher because airlines know you're on the lookout. To potentially see lower prices, delete your search cookies so that you have a fresh history and you just might snag a deal. Not sure how to do that? Click here for the instructions and to learn more about cookies. If you're weary of deleting all of your cookies as it sometimes can be useful for shopping and tailored ads, try using an incognito (private) browser instead. Learn how to switch to incognito on Google Chrome here.   

If you are hoping to get a good deal on your plane ticket, we recommend browsing at 3 p.m. on a Tuesday. Keep in mind that the less convenient of a flight, the cheaper it will most likely be. With that in mind, it's smart to find a flight time that most people wouldn't want. For example, choosing to fly on Thanksgiving early in the morning might be a lot less expensive since it's not as ideal of an option. Same goes with flights that have layovers and different connections. Also do your research and  search for flights with websites like Kayak and Expedia, which compare all prices and find you the cheapest one available.If you live close to the border, you can sometimes save a lot of money by flying from Canada as there's some wiggle room with the currency change--this is especially helpful when looking into international flights. 

It is also helpful to consider traveling light and simply bringing one carry on item for your flight. When you travel light, there's less to do at the airport (like checking a bag and taking a long time at security). When in line for security another tip is to pay attention to the people around you. Avoid families with small children who may take a while and people who have overflowing, unorganized suitcases and bags. Also opt for the left line as most people are right handed and will naturally choose to go to the right line. 

Feeling under-prepared for packing? Not to fear. We have anything you could need for an easier flight.

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2. Travel by Car 

If you're traveling by car for a few hours and want to avoid rush hour, try leaving at six or seven if you don't mind driving at night. A lot of people like to get to their destination before sunset so this means that if you drive in the dark there will be less people on the road and you might get there in better spirits, albeit a little late at night. The same goes for Sunday drives back home. Either plan to arrive home in the early afternoon or late evening to avoid the middle rush where everyone is making their trip back home to get back in time to prepare for a new week. 

Another perk of traveling by car is having ample room to pack everything. If you want to save time and stops, pack a cooler with bottled water, fruit, sandwiches, and snacks for the day's drive. This way you won't be stopping for lunch halfway through like everyone else. As an added bonus, you can also store your homemade treats for Thanksgiving in the cooler as well and make the day of less busy and stressful with all that cooking.  

3. Train Travel 

Train travel doesn't get enough credit. Sure, it generally takes longer than driving or flying, but if you have a sense of adventure and extra time to get there it can be fun. When you travel by train, you don't have to experience road rage or pre-flight jitters. Instead, you get to sit back and watch the scenery or read a book. One of the best perks of train travel is seeing landscapes that you normally wouldn't since you aren't taking the interstate. Depending on where you are, you might get incredible views of mountains or winding hills and lines of green trees. If you're traveling by train over Thanksgiving, you might just beat the crowds. 

We hope we've helped you get the ball rolling for transportation tips and tricks for this coming Thanksgiving and may your long weekend be as relaxing and comfortable as possible. To shop all things travel and comfort for your upcoming trip, visit us here. 

Woopsies for Kids: Make Nap Time Easy and Fun!

Is nap time beginning to feel like a battle you're never going to win? We understand and we've been there. No matter where you are, the Buckyroo Pillow can help make nap time easier. 

Made in the USA, these soft, huggable kid's pillows are the perfect accessory for nap time at school, at home or on the go. Each pillow is filled with silky-soft millet hulls that cushion and comfort. With the Buckyroo Pillow, nap time can be anytime. If your child is feeling tired and crabby on a road trip, on an airplane, etc., bringing the Buckyroo with you wherever you go can come in handy as it is easy to pack and portable. The softness and comfortable feel doesn't hurt either. 

Covers are removable and easy to machine wash. Our pillows are made with 100% millet hulls, meaning they are chemical free! To shop Buckyroo Pillows, click here

We also know that having a successful nap time can be harder when your kiddos aren't feeling good. Kids will be kids and accidents will happen—soothe life’s bumps and bruises with Bucky’s all-natural hot and cold packs! Soothe fevers, bruises, strains and sprains, insect bites, sun burns, headaches, and more. All Bucky hot and cold packs are made with premium buckwheat seeds, the preferred filling by salons and spas over rice and other grains for its long-lasting hot/cold retention—simply put the packs in the microwave or freezer as needed. All Bucky buckwheat filling is hypoallergenic, fragrance-free, eco-friendly, and grown without the use of pesticides and fertilizer.

The Bucky Whoopsies are great for those types of days. They look like fun stuffed animals, but they also help heal and comfort! They are even great for relief from cold or hot days and will warm/cool your child right off, making sleep more attainable. To pick out a Whoopsie for your son or daughter, click here

We are hoping these kids' items will help bring more smiles and less tears, while making things easier on you as well. To shop all of our comfort and travel essentials, click here

10 Best Travel Apps for the Busy Trip Planner

Make planning your next dream trip simpler with these helpful travel apps! 

When researching a trip, it's natural to feel inundated and overwhelmed by all the options, costs, planning, and work it takes. Once you've been on a long, exciting trip to a new location you understand the saying "I need a vacation from my vacation." As fellow lovers of travel, we understand the struggle to plan and perfect a trip. That's why we've put together this list of ten travel apps you need to download for your next excursion.


1. Travefy

Travefy is a great one stop shop for all your planning, especially for a group trip. Travefy allows you all to view the app and each person can make changes, add to the itinerary, send messages back and forth, and take polls to gain a consensus. This is super useful if you are planning to travel with people who don't live near you or if your travel buds have a crazy schedule and finding time to meet up becomes an issue.Travefy also automatically provides key information about your flights, hotels, restaurants, etc. and puts them where all parties can see them on the app. Plans with Travefy start at $16 a month and offer a 10 day free trial.

2. Hopper

More concerned about the airfare? Hopper is a great app if you have some flexibility on dates and are willing to be patient and wait for the cheapest flight. Hopper will track flights for you when you input your desired destination and date. You'll get a notification when a good flight comes along and they'll advise you on whether you should wait as fares will go down more or if you should jump on it. Heads up: Currently, flights to Hawaii are at an all time low ($300-$400 low) and Hopper will get you the best deal.

3. Hostel World

Hostel World offers private rooms, fun shared spaces, and alcohol friendly events. With over 33,0000 hostel options all around the world, it's a great app for solo travelers looking to connect with others and have some fun.

4. Oasis

If you're looking for something more private, try Oasis. Similar to Airbnb, Oasis achieves that "home meets hotel" concept by combining the quality and service of a hotel with the comfort and authenticity of a home. Oasis is offered in around 24 different cities so check to see if where you're going matches the locations on the app.

5. Cool Cousin

Cool Cousin provides a local experience to visitors by allowing them to check out locals' favorite places to eat, neighborhoods, sights, and more. It's a great way to avoid tourist traps and experience the city like a pro.

6. Happy Cow

If you're looking for places that are vegan and vegetarian friendly, we recommend purchasing the Happy Cow app for $3.99. Used in 10,500 cities worldwide, this app comes equipped with menu options and reviews from customers. 

7. ItsEasy

If you're traveling abroad and need to get your passport renewed, download ItsEasy for a quick and convenient way to take your passport picture. The app emails you the necessary forms and lets you take your photo from your phone--no more going to Wal-Mart and being told not to smile! All you have to do is print the forms, mail them to ItsEasy using the traceable USPS priority airbill provided by the company, and you'll receive your new forms within two to three weeks. The quick and simple process only costs $29.95.

8. My Panda

My Panda is a new app created for travelers and locals that allows its users to track the security of locations, allowing them to find shelter, if necessary, and escape danger. The app assists users in helping them get to safety in the events of a crisis. The app is accessible in the world's 30 largest cities including Paris, London, New York, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong. 

9. SoloTraveler

If you're traveling alone, SoloTraveler is a great app for finding like-minded people to connect with. You can grab dinner together, do some sight-seeing, share a cab, etc. 

10. Maven

Looking for affordable car rentals? Check out Maven for short term car rentals with rates starting as low as $8 an hour. The cars come equipped with OnStar assistance, remote control start, Sirius XM radio, and Apple Carplay. It's currently available in ten U.S. cities. 

We hope these apps will make your planning a little easier and help you have the best experiences!


October 03, 2017 by Adrienne Haass

Why an Eye Mask: Get in the Know

Catch up on your zzzz's with Bucky Eye Masks.

It's midnight, you have an exam tomorrow morning, you're exhausted, but your roommate is up late studying with her lamp on yet again.

Or maybe you've finally made it to your hostel and plan to rise bright and early for your fun day of sight seeing, but one person has their phone set to the brightest setting and it's interrupting your sleep.

Maybe you're a guest at a friend's house or at an Air B'n B and you've settled into your comfortable bed ready for sleep, except the computer monitor keeps flashing bright red.

Or maybe you're at your brand new apartment, settling in for your first night only to be woken up at 6:30 in the morning on a Saturday because the sun has shown right through the curtains you just picked out. 

Well, you get the picture. Sleep is sacred and when we are in new, unfamiliar environments that sleep can be compromised...but it doesn't have to be. With Bucky eye masks, you can keep exploring and stay well rested in the process. Plus you'll look good doing it. Intrigued? Not sure where to begin? No worries, that's where we come in. In this blog post, we will cover the four best eye masks for each type of sleeper. 

 40 Blinks Sleep Masks

Top rated in Good Housekeeping, the Bucky 40 blinks sleeping mask is notorious for its comfort and convenience. With its 99% customer approval rating and hundreds of thousands of sleep masks sold, this is the best option on the market. 

The main reason people can't sleep is too much light—darkness stimulates the body's natural melatonin production, which helps you achieve deep, restful, and restorative sleep. Use the 40 Blinks on flights, during short naps, in college dormitories, or for a better quality of sleep at home. To shop 40 Blink Sleep Masks, click here

Fun Fur Eye Shades

Look fierce in the fun fur eye shades. They are equipped with comfortable, plush fabric, include ear plugs, and are light weight. We also provide matching neck pillows (sold separately) for the perfect combination. To check out fun fur, click here

Chevron Sleep Eye Masks

Another fun option is our chevron sleep eye masks. These masks are perfect for those with smaller faces. They are also ultralight, come in smaller styles, protect your eyelashes, and effectively blocks light. Not to mention they look really cute. For a closer look, click here

Blockout Eye Shades

Blockout eye shades come with reusable ear plugs and were designed specifically for light and sound blocking for the weary traveler or light sleeper. They provide pressure free blinking, an adjustable elastic strap, interior contours, and they pack small. See what you think here

Better sleep is closer than you think and we want to help you get there. To view all products we provide including bed pillows, travel essentials, spa and bath treatment, and kids' items, visit our website here



October 03, 2017 by Jacey Baumler

5 Travel Instagram Accounts You Need to be Following

Thinking about the next destination to cross off your bucket list? You don't have to look too far to be inspired. In fact, your next trip idea is at the tip of your fingers...literally. It seems like everyday there is another Instagram travel account that opens our eyes to new, incredible locations. We've picked out our top 5 favorite accounts that give us the itch to get away.

1. Flo---@yogawinetravel

Not only does she travel to envious locations, but she also teaches yoga and inspires followers with her real, insightful, and positive captions. For travel tips and breathtaking views, head to her blog here. or follow her on Instagram @yogawinetravel.

2. Bassam & Lena--@happilyeveradventures

Thinking about your honeymoon destination or planning a trip with your significant other? You'll definitely want to follow @happilyeveradventures bloggers Bassam and Lena who blog about their travel escapades and finding adventure in the ordinary. You can find their page here

3. Pamela--@jadorejourney

If you're looking for someone who values travel just as much as self development, look no further than @jadorejourney.With thought provoking posts and photos that stir a longing to be free, you'll have your next trip planned out in no time. Browse her blog here

4. Scarlett--@petitesuitcase

If you've got Europe on the brain (especially Italy) then give @petitesuitcase a follow. She posts travel tips and recommendations. Plus you will occasionally get to enjoy adorable shots of her pup Alfie. You can find her blog here

5. Alexandra Taylor--@alliemtaylor

If you're experiencing a serious case of wanderlust then @alliemtaylor is your go to for awe-inspiring shots of nature and adventure. 

Now that you're ready to plan several amazing trips, be sure to head back to our website for all your travel needs and to ensure a comfortable journey. You can find everything you need here


October 03, 2017 by Adrienne Haass

Four Scarves, 16 Different Ways to Tie

Whether you are looking for a new way to wear a cashmere, square or oblong scarf, we've got you covered.

Four styles of scarves shown in 16 easy-breezy ways. 


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Ruby Scarf Trellis Scarf Geo-Tri Scarf
Ikat Diamond Scarf Leopard Ice Scarf
June 30, 2017 by Annemarie Kelley