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Scarf Saturday

I posted on Snoozer Loser before, but it's been more than a year since then and their f/w 2011 scarves are too good to not share. Snoozer Loser is an eco-conscious brand based out of New York using organic cotton, vintage fabrics, and manufacturing all of the pieces locally. The scarves are handpainted with eco-friendly pigments and feature the most delightful patterns--from antique scissors to folksy unicorns. They're quirky without being overdone and come in a variety of colors that will blend seemlessly with your winter wardrobe.
Snoozer Loser F/W 2011, styled and modeled by Emma of Past Fashion Future (she interviewed me here!)

13 comments:

Looks and Books said...

I love these scarves!

Samantha Manzella said...

Oh my God, those scarves are absolutely gorgeous! I might have to pick one up for myself! I'm an absolute scarf glutton...I've got a whole bin filled to the top with scarves because I can never say no to one, haha. :)

- Samantha
http://www.nerdysam.com

Red to Yellow said...

love the last two!!

http://redtoyellow.blogspot.com/

Meli said...

These are adorable! This might just be the perfect xmas present for a certain someone that I've been searching for..

(also, there's a they're/their issue...so you know)

Chloe Jacqueline said...

They are so pretty!! What a great share! Thank you!

Agnes Deer said...

Unicorns on scarves!! I didn't this brand, thanks for sharing!

http://fromheretofashion.blogspot.com

Jo said...

The scarves look oh-so dreamy! <3 I love the plum coloured lipstick too!

x
Lost in the Haze

Natalya's Closet said...

Such great scarves! Awesome post! XOXO, www.NatalyasCloset.com

Emily, Ruby Slipper Journeys said...

Glurgh I know! I really want one of their "Folk Unicorn" prints!

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@Meli, thanks, fixed! I probably shouldn't write posts at 3am :)

Triple Thread said...

I love that they are so well manufactured. As a crafter/art major, scissors are pretty much dominating my life right now. It would be so awesome if I could represent that in a scarf. I love the fushia one!

ana b. said...

Oh I have to check this out. I love the scarf with the scissors print. I think for comfort and warmth in a scarf, the bigger the better!

fede_ironic said...

maybe it's interesting for you, yesterday I saw this video about scarves. The title could be translated with "25 ways to wear a scarf" ;) http://video.repubblica.it/divertimento/25-modi-di-indossare-una-sciarpa/82705?video