This scarf is so pretty that my little girls practically confiscated it from me as soon as it came in the door! The length makes is just right to wrap around your neck with a double loop without being too bulky. The yarn is soft and the knit very stylish. My girls who are much smaller than me can even wear this infinity scarf as a shrug/vest. The color makes is nice to go with just about anything in our wardrobe. The day we received it my youngest begged to wear it to our evening meeting at church. It looked so cute with her little patterned black and white dress and matching black booties.
Personally, I like to wear this neck warmer infinity scarf from DealZip unwrapped like a long necklace, as a double looped scarf for warmth or if I get chilly as a shoulder warmer or even as a snood. I’m a bit too large to wear it as a shrug, but someone petite might be able to pull it off easily. I like that it is not too bulky or heavy and folds up easily for storage.
The description says it’s made of wool, but it feels more like acrylic to me. I would still follow the instructions for washing in cold water and very low heat in the dryer if not hanging to dry. This will keep it from getting set in wrinkles. I accidentally put it in the dryer on high heat and it came out with a giant crease that wouldn’t come out. My only remedy was to fold it up really nicely in a direction opposite of the crease and put it under my mattress to press it down for a while.
So glad this came in time before the really cold weather hit.
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