Scarf Giveaway #4: Infinity Scarf

February 26th, 2010 § 298 comments

As sad as E. is to say goodbye, we’re thrilled to offer this infinity scarf from Kangaroo Knits for our fourth scarf month giveaway. The long, circular scarf is black acrylic yarn and has silver gray crocheted edges. It is double knitted, making it reversible, and it is approximately 8ā€ wide and the circumference is approximately 88ā€.

To enter, leave us a comment telling us what’s your favorite way to wrap and wear the scarf (see examples here). For another chance to win, leave a separate comment with a suggestion for what color (or color combination) scarf you’d like to see Kangaroo Knits offer next. This giveaway is open until Sunday, Midnight Central time, after which we will randomly select a winner.

§ 298 Responses to Scarf Giveaway #4: Infinity Scarf"

  1. pemora says:

    i have an infinity scarf and i just double it up and then refuse to take it off….teaching/in a meeting/eating lunch — i won’t take it off!


  2. Sarah says:

    I love this scarf! I’ve been enjoying the black/grey/purple combo recently, so I think I’d wear it with a dark purple 3/4-sleeved v-neck, dark gray skinny jeans, and black flats.

  3. Tara says:

    I like to wear infiniti scarves doubled. Not very creative, but warm!

  4. Victoria S says:

    I like it simple – looped around twice. Since I’m going through a green and purple phase, I would wear it with a purple sweater, my green flats, and a pair of jeans.

  5. Tara says:

    I would love to see a dark gray scarf with mustard yellow trim.

  6. Stevie says:

    I would wear this doubled/trippled snug around the neck.
    It looks so cozy and warm!

  7. Stevie says:

    I would like to see navy blue & grass green. Lately I love this color combination.

  8. Suze says:

    I would wear it cowl necked, or wrapped slightly around my shoulders.

  9. Suze says:

    And I would love to see an aqua with an orange trim. Or coral and sea blue. I love my complimentary colors!

  10. Ecochic says:

    I’d wrap the scarf to turtleneck height and layer over a jewel toned shirt.

  11. Ashley Eiban says:

    I love infinity scarfs! I would most likely wear this doubled up! They are so cozy that way!

  12. Ecochic says:

    I’d love to see this scarf in a deep burgundy, with a navy blue/black edging.

  13. Rachel says:

    I think it’d just double-loop this around for a kind of cowl look. Thanks for the giveaway, girls!

  14. Becky says:

    I would wear it looped through itself.

  15. Rebecca says:

    I love the gray and the silver. I would wear it looped twice and arranged so that the silver edges look sort of like a necklace nestled in the scarf. I think it would look great with a simple gray dress.

  16. TD says:

    I would wear the Infinity scarf simply doubled over around the neck. Black/grey scarf with mustard colored top, dark grey boyfriend jacket, dark wash (almost black) jeans.

  17. Becky says:

    I think a deep purple scarf would be nice added to the collection.

  18. kjlangford says:

    I’m loving the X wrap around the body!

  19. kjlangford says:

    and I’d love to see them offer a cream-colored scarf!

  20. Rachel says:

    I’d be interested in seeing a few more color options with contrasting trim. Maybe purple and gray?

  21. chrissy says:

    I like the third option – it looks a bit like a vest without being, you know, a vest! ;)

  22. Maria says:

    I love the bottom example on the etsy listing
    (sort of a body wrap) – definitely out of my comfort zone but I would love the challenge!

  23. Bookbag says:

    I’d double loop it, like almost everyone else! It looks so cute and comfy.

  24. Maria says:

    I would like to see a teal infinity scarf, with a metallic silver border.

  25. Amy M says:

    I’d wear it as a cowl!

  26. Amy M says:

    and I’d love to see a turquoise infinity scarf. :-) I’m drooling over the one in their shop.

  27. Linda says:

    doubled up in a big warm cowl would be perfect for the slushy weather we’re having here

  28. Jennifer C says:

    I don’t own an infinity scarf but I think I need one now after seeing the great options for wrapping. I would probably wear it as a cowl because if my neck is warm, then the rest of me is warm. Plus, I usually wear my other scarves with a low hanging knot.

  29. Linda says:

    i’d love a rich, bright fuchsia scarf to brighten up all my upcoming spring outfits

  30. Brittany says:

    I loved it just wrapped around a few times. It looks warm and chic at the same time. I really like some of the other colors they already have but I would love and orange and blue to represent my Gators!

  31. Roswitha says:

    I would wrap the scarf as often and close around my neck as possible — it is so windy and cold and uncomfortable right now here in Montreal!

  32. Kathryn says:

    I love the triple wrapped cowl look. It looks so warm and cozy and reminds me of the “Orchid Gray” scarf wrapping method.

  33. Clara says:

    I fell in love with Kangaroo Knits’ Infinity Scarf when I saw it on E. The black and grey is a beautiful combination; I’d also like to see it in heather grey with a contrasting stitch — maybe dark blue or maroon?


  34. Allison says:

    I would wear it all bundled up close to my neck – so toasty!

    Although I also like the ‘double sash’ look, I’d have to work up some bravery for such a look!

  35. Kathryn says:

    I would love to have one of these in plum with a mustard edging, or navy with gray edging. Ooooh this scarf makes me ALMOST wish winter were longer!

  36. Clara says:

    Although it might add a bid of girth to my already “healthy” hips, I’m nevertheless intrigued by wearing the scarf around my hips, then looping it over my neck, as shown in one of the examples in Kangaroo Knits’ shop. It’s an interesting variation that seems to lend itself to this style of scarf.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  37. Kathryn F. says:

    I’d double it up or maybe triple it depending on the length. So cozy!

  38. Amelia Logan says:

    i would probably wear it differently each time. but the last one looks like it would be SO warm to wear inside the house when it’s freezing because you can’t afford your gas bill!

  39. Annie says:

    This scarf is absolutely beautiful! I love it wrapped into a cowl, but since I’ve never had an infiniti scarf before, this might challenge me to play with wearing it in many different ways.

  40. Kristin says:

    I’ve been looking at these! I love the last way, slung around the hips as well … I wonder if I could pull it off?

  41. Kristin says:

    Since I love me a good pop of color, how about a bright, cherry red with aqua trim? I think that would be so vibrant!

  42. Mariel says:

    i would wear it everyday with everything!!!!! love it! :)

  43. Jenny says:

    OOoh! I dig that scarf. My favorite way to wear scarfs is the basic know around the neck. It’s no-fail.

  44. Mandy says:

    What a gorgeous scarf! I love the very first way they have it shown – looks so cozy!

  45. Mallory says:

    I would love to wear this scarf wrapped up as many times as possible. I like the cowl effect that it gives. It looks like it would be really warm if I have another -19 degree morning in Colorado!

  46. Mallory says:

    As for a new color combination, I think brown as a main body color with white edging would be just as versitile as the black with silvery edging. :)

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  47. Dee says:

    I really love this scarf – I think my favorite way to wrap it is the triple? wrap that is the top picture. It looks so warm and cozy!

  48. Dee says:

    I would love to see a giveaway of the sunflower yellow scarf!

  49. Kelly says:

    I would love to see a Kelly Green scarf!

  50. alaina says:

    i love to wear infinity scarves doubled and twisted up. so very warm.

  51. Marta says:

    I do not own a scarf yet, but with your month of scarves I might actually buy some and start wearing the one with the double and twist.

  52. Marta says:

    As for the color combo yellow and black would be my favourite!:D

  53. Rose says:

    I’d wear is as shown in the photo in this post, and as it’s shown in the fourth photo of it on etsy. I’d also love to see a mustard yellow one with navy trim.

  54. Alice says:

    I would double the infinity scarf and wear it over a light grey boatneck tee with skinny jeans.

  55. Christina says:

    I love the cross body way of wearing the infinity scarf (last pic on etsy)!

  56. Alice says:

    I’d love to have this scarf in royal blue with a cream border.

  57. Christina says:

    If Kangaroo Knits can make a beautiful royal blue scarf with white edges I willl buy it in a heartbeat.

  58. Shil says:

    A double loop or cowl would definitely be the easy-to-wear everyday option, but the X-wrap thing is so interesting!

  59. Shil says:

    I love the scarves that are different colours on each side. I’d go for cream on one side, gray on the other.

  60. Shana says:

    I would wear this doubled up so that it’s nice and cozy around my neck.

  61. Shana says:

    I’m a big fan of purple and gray, so I’d love to see a rich plum color with gray edges.

  62. KariAnn says:

    I would love to try wrapping aross the chest and around the waist.

  63. KariAnn says:

    A deep purple with gray trim would be pretty.

  64. Harriet says:

    I would wear it as a cowl. My neck is always cold and it looks so cozy and warm.

  65. Haley says:

    All the different ways they show of wrapping it look lovely! I’d probably wear it most often as a loose cowl or the 3rd fold down on the Etsy page.

  66. Ronnie says:

    I would wear it as a cowl against a brightly color shirt like an electric blue T-shirt

  67. Ronnie says:

    I think a burnt orange infinity scarf with yellow or dark pink trim would be great.

  68. Haley says:

    I think a cream colored infinity scarf with a bit of copper or gold sparkle in the contrast stitching would be gorgeous for spring.

  69. Katie says:

    I think I’d wear the infinity scarf long – not terribly original, but I’m 6 feet tall and I like pieces that emphasize the long lines.

  70. Katie says:

    Right now I’m obsessed with dark teal paired with muted, acid green, so I’d love to see a scarf in those colors.

  71. Dianna says:

    Adding a navy & grey combination would be lovely, I’d thinK!

  72. Jen says:

    I double it up. I’m usually a single or double loop kind of gal with my other scarves and only have one round scarf which I have only work doubled up.

  73. Sarah says:

    I think it would look fantastic against a light blue classic button up with skinny jeans and flats. I would just wear it loose, wrapped twice around the neck. A nice set of pearl earrings would offset it nicely as well.

  74. Sarah says:

    I think a navy blue scarf with a lime green edge would be a nice preppy look, and good for transitioning from winter into spring.

  75. Jen says:

    I’d wear this beauty with goldenrod and olive shades. I think it would make for a really nice colour combo.

  76. Lori says:

    For an infinity scarf, I like it double wrapped around my neck – nice and cozy!

  77. Lori says:

    I would love to see something in a kiwi green or dark teal.

  78. Jenn says:

    I would love to own this- I had never seen anything like it till scarf month! I think I would have to go with wrapped twice.

  79. Jenn says:

    I would love to see a turquoise/brown combination scarf.

  80. Jenni Padgett Bohle says:

    I would wear this doubled, like a cowl neck, with a mustard colored cardigan over a gray embellished t-shirt with a gray stretch belt at my waist and a denim pencil skirt. I’d add black lacy tights, some gold drop earrings and oxblood colored boots and…voila! I need an infinity scarf! I’ve seen them everywhere lately and as much as I’m ready for winter t end, adding something new like to my wardrobe would help my winter blues and blahs.

  81. Nizz says:

    Lovely! I would wear the scarf doubled or trippled snug around my neck. I like the idea of having all that cozy material around it, and I think it looked very good when E. did it.

  82. Jenni Padgett Bohle says:

    I’d like to see an orange and light blue color combination for spring.

  83. Laurel says:

    I would wear it wrapped at least 3 times to make a cowl neck.

  84. Laurel says:

    For next scarf I’d love to see a yellow scarf

  85. Nizz says:

    As to new colour schemes… I would love to see charcoal grey with a soft pink rim, for example.

  86. Kathleen says:

    The nerd in me loves this scarf because it reminds me of a mobius strip (from my math days). I would wear this as a double loop/exaggerated cowl.

  87. Kathleen says:

    I would wear this with some combination of red and white or red and gray. I do have a pair of red pants, so I’d probably pair the scarf with those and a white or gray (or both!) blouse.

  88. Heidi says:

    what a beautiful scarf! i don’t have anything like it in my collection, so if i were to win i think i would challenge myself to wear it in big loops around my neck. it would be perfect for the remainder of winter here in minnesota!

  89. Heidi says:

    also, i think a celery green colored scarf with a dark gray/charcoal trim would look pretty sharp!

  90. katy says:

    i’ve never had an infinity scarf, so i would wear it as least once in every possible way – i really like the infinity-symbol-ish loop crossing in front and looping behind the bum – not a look i’ve ever think of doing with a scarf.
    most excited about wrapping over my head, babushka-style, and then around my neck a few times for the ultimate in warmth – i get cold very quickly!

  91. katy says:

    i would love to see a scarf offered in a deep emerald green, or a rich royal purple (perhaps with charcoal grey trim)

  92. Beth says:

    I’d love to wear this wrapped around several times! It looks very warm!

  93. Petra says:

    I love the way the scarf can be wrapped around the neck and hip at the same time. I would wear it like this paired with a gray pencil skirt and a fuchsia cardigan.

  94. Beth says:

    I’ve currently been wearing grey and navy with pops of color… so perhaps I’d wear this with a teal or peacock blue… I also have a fuchsia skirt and would love to pair this scarf with a simple grey top and that skirt. Whatever I chose pair it with, I’d be warm.

  95. Brunette says:

    I love the top style – wrapped and wrapped and all snuggly!

  96. Brunette says:

    I’d like to see a combo of blue and gold and pale green…so fun!

  97. Rose says:

    I would wear this wrapped close to my neck for a cozy look with black skinny cords and a simple cream or gray sweater.

  98. Rose says:

    I would love to see one of the pocket scarves as a giveaway! :)

  99. Meaghan says:

    I’m obsessed with gray at the moment! I’d love to win

    I wear my scarves folding in half and the ends tucked through the loop.


  100. kristen says:

    Oh my goodness I’ve been wanting one of those scarves!!!! I would wear it sort of bunched up, like a cowl, I think!

    What an awesome giveaway!

  101. kristen says:

    I think that orange with maybe a denim blue trim would be cool!

  102. KC says:

    I love infinity scarves and I would knit one myself if I had the time. My favorite way to wear such a scarf would be to throw it on, maybe wrap it around twice and see how it lands.

  103. Ris says:

    I would just double it up for a simple (and warm) accessory.

  104. kat says:

    I’m a little bit afraid of infinity scarves (in a something new and different sort of way), but I think looped around itself it’d be the perfect cold library snuggle accessory!

  105. kat says:

    Also, I’d love to see something in a stripe from them. The looping would make the pattern look really unique and would jazz up a plain, neutral top.

  106. KC says:

    A great color combo I’d love to see is that coral color with either a gray or khaki color trim. Or a tone on tone combo, with a lighter color for the scarf and dark trim.

  107. Pam says:

    I love the look of just doubling it. So classic and stylish. I have been longing to own one of these great scarves!

  108. Pam says:

    I love the color red. I would love to see one in a vivid red that would make any outfit pop.

  109. Jaimee says:

    I love the last way the scarf is wrapped, pictured in that link, but I probably wouldn’t wear it that way, because I’m afraid it would emphasize my chest. I’d probably wear it wrapped around my neck, like a regular scarf, because it’s awfully chilly right now in New England.

  110. Jaimee says:

    Also, how awesome would scarf in cerulean and bright yellow be? Pretty awesome.

  111. Holly says:

    I like an infintity scarf double-looped or used like a cowl neck.

  112. Holly says:

    I think dark purple with a red border would be a fantastic combination.

  113. I would wear it double looped to add drama to my height and pad out my chest. :)

  114. Crimson with a black edge or black with a crimson edge would be pretty cool. Worn against a crimson or black top.

  115. Ris says:

    I’m really into blue/green lately so a blue scarf with green edges would be beautiful!

  116. Eileen says:

    would wear it tripled up…loving the scarfs right now. I would love a turquoise blueish color with dark turquoise edging

  117. Tracey says:

    I like the 3rd & 5th options pictured on the site, as it creates a v-neckline, which is unexpected for a scarf.

  118. Tracey says:

    A rich deep teal or plum with warm tones.

  119. chelle says:

    I would wear it looped through itself or doubled.

  120. chelle says:

    My color choice would be chartreuse.

  121. Joni says:

    I would wear this scarf doubled around my neck with a bright brooch to anchor it.

  122. Joni says:

    I would love to see a heathery-gray main body with a bright fuchsia trim.

  123. Sarah says:

    I’d wear it with a neutral colored tee and slacks so the scarf can take center stage.

  124. Sarah says:

    I like the first way of wrapping the scarf shown on the site! It looks so cozy!

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  125. Sarah says:

    I would love a violet scarf for spring.

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  126. Laura says:

    I’d love to wear the scarf doubled over a brightly-colored shirt.

  127. Laura says:

    KangarooKnits should do a red and grey scarf.

  128. PL says:

    I’d wear it as a simple cowl neck, since I love the look but none of my scarves are big enough to make it happen. I think it would really dress up a simple long sleeve shirt and jeans combo.

  129. PL says:

    I would love to see an eggplant color for one of their scarves since it’s my favorite color. A dark red or navy would be really nice too. I think I’m still stuck in winter because I like those deep, rich colors when it’s gloomy out.

  130. Stacey H. says:

    I LOVE to wear it wrapped once, then hooded. Also, like capelet. If wearing American Apparel’s version, full on tube-blanket style can be a life safer! I am the Infinity Scarf’s number 1 fan.

  131. Roswitha says:

    … and colours i would like to see in a scarf like that: pink of course! strong pink combined with light pink or with red!

  132. Amanda says:

    my favorite way to wear infinity scarves is as a cowl, so looped twice.

  133. Amanda says:

    I love the yellow they alreay have, and also love the two colors scarves. I think they should do a pink and orange combo!

  134. Allisan says:

    What a great scarf! I’d probably play it safe and wear it as a cowl, but it would be fun to try the x-wrap too!

  135. Allisan says:

    I really like the color options they have available, but I think I’d like to see a nice, punchy fuschia.

  136. Lindsey says:

    This scarf is super cool. I would wear it either as a cowl, or as one awesome long loop. Scarves that sit closely and tightly around my neck always seem to make me look a bit top heavy.

  137. Clara says:

    I’d combine this scarf with a blue shirt and a full, neutral skirt.

  138. Lindsey says:

    I’d really like it in a burnt orange, a crisp apple green, or even a clear cobalt blue.

    Also, I love someone’s suggestion of wearing it looped once and then hooded, too!

  139. Clara says:

    I like this version with the silver edging, and the other two-tone scarf in the store (red & cream) — so I’d suggest more two-tone options that will create interesting visuals when looped!

  140. Angela says:

    This scarf looks so soft and cozy! I would probably tie it like a regular scarf, and then once inside restyle it into a loose cowl neck. Love the versatility!

  141. Angela says:

    As for another color, my favorite color is purple, so I’d love to see a scarf in a rich purple color.

  142. wendy B says:

    I have never owned own but after looking at the etsy shop i have to say i really dig it! I like all the ways to wrap it except the one that makes it look like a normal looped scarf

  143. Kalee says:

    I love the double wrap with the collar up. Looks very Lauren Bacall chic.

  144. Kalee says:

    And as for color, I think a nice peacock blue with grey edging would be lovely.

  145. Emily says:

    The criss-cross wrap style at the bottom has a lot of potential!

  146. Emily says:

    for color, I’ve been really into orange and blue this fall/winter. Maybe a deep pumpkin color with navy trim.

  147. A-C says:

    I like the idea of wearing the scarf as a faux cowl.

  148. Alice says:

    Like many others, I’m gravitating towards wearing this scarf in the cowl-style and the collar way – simple and cozy! On a breezy day, maybe even hooded!

  149. Kate says:

    I’d wear it like a cowl neck, as E did. It is so pretty and cozy looking!

  150. Kate says:

    I’d love to see a mustard yellow and dark grey option in the future! Perhaps the yellow could be the accent color?

  151. Em says:

    I’d wear it as a long cowl.

  152. Tina Z says:

    So nice! I like it as a cowl neck and tied like a traditional scarf. Thanks,

  153. Em says:

    A color combo I would like is a vivid green with a navy trim.

  154. Alice says:

    I’d love to see the scarf in a deep wine/burgundy color. Incidentally, I tend to gravitate toward that color anyway!

  155. Teri says:

    Could the scarf be made in a deep raspberry with just a slightly lighter shade on the other side? It’d be lovely.

  156. Teri says:

    I’d wear it all wound around my neck on a cold wintry day. Cozy!

  157. Andrea says:

    I love to wrap infinity scarves a few times in a controlled chaotic sort of way, layering over a streamlined outfit.

    I’d love to see something really bright, like hot pink, magenta or bright orange.

  158. R says:

    I like how it’s triple (?) wrapped in the first example, especially with the contrasting edges.

  159. Julia says:

    I like it double wrapped the best, so it looks like a cowl-neck.

  160. R says:

    I’d like to see them offer a red scarf with a light gold edge.

  161. Julia says:

    I think a rich red would be beautiful! (maybe with orange trim?)

  162. Sarah says:

    I would automatically style it wraped and bundled around my neck on the first wear, but I would be willing to try all of the styles shown!

  163. Mar says:

    I would wrap it around my neck twice to keep warm! Minnesota is a chilly place. When I got indoors, I might unwrap it and just let it hang. I love a long scarf.

  164. Jane says:

    I would wear the scarf triple wrapped around my neck

  165. Jane says:

    I think a pumpkin orange with creme trim would be pretty

  166. Anna says:

    I think I’d wrap it as a loose cowl and wear it every day until spring…my classroom is freezing!

  167. Anna says:

    Also, I’d love to see it in a bright, apple-y green; it’s my favorite color!

  168. Kimberly says:

    Obviously, I would pull it up over my head to hide from my students while walking around campus.

  169. Dana says:

    I like the first way on the site, all wrapped up

  170. Kimberly says:

    The black and silver is perfect, but I might need another one in teal with a darker blue trim.

  171. Dana says:

    I think a pale pink would be super pretty

  172. teri says:

    Hi Ladies- I love the way it is wrapped right here in the pic–i
    LOV a cowl effect and the back provides a bit of protection from the elements.

    Thanks as always for these give-aways. :)

  173. teri says:

    you know, I would LOV to see a light brown or cream with darker brown trim style — the neutral colors would have do many possibilities!


  174. Michelle says:

    My favorite way to wear an infinity scarf is a combination hood/cowl.

  175. Heather says:

    If I were daring, I’d try the body wrap version, but more likely, I’d wear at as a cowl with a solid colored dress, to give it some texture.

  176. Heather says:

    I’d love to see even more bright colors offered, like hot pink!

  177. Laura says:

    I would wear the scarf doubled with a simpler shirt on and dark skinny jeans with boots..maybe.

  178. Laura says:

    I would love to see differents hues of blue offered.

  179. Nina says:

    I’ve been dying for an infinity scarf! I think I’d wear it folded over on itself as many times as it’d go! It would be so cozy!

  180. Nina says:

    I think an olive-y green maybe with a bright trim would look great!

  181. Miss Outlier says:

    I love the neck-and-waist example – unique!

  182. Miss Outlier says:

    I’d like something with blue – navy and gray, or hunter green and navy, or navy and grass green like Stacie suggested.

  183. Hazel says:

    I’d wear it double or triple-looped, nice and cozy.

  184. Hazel says:

    Would love to see this infinity scarf in coral and navy.

  185. Karen says:

    I would wear it triple wrapped close to the neck. It looks like a great way to add warmth without adding bulk to the rest of an outfit.

  186. Karen says:

    As for a different color, I would love a kelly green one. Maybe with white trim.

  187. michelle says:

    I would wear this doubled with my favorite thin black sweater, jeans and boots. I have in search of a great black infinity scarf.

  188. Carla says:

    I would wear the scarf as a cowl in the winter, but i would play with all the other options also.

  189. Carla says:

    I would love to see a orange and white scarf, I live in Tennessee and have been looking for one for awhile. I do love orange, so orange and any color would be good.

  190. Patty says:

    I would wear this lovely scarf like a muffler under my coat!!

  191. Patty says:

    I would love to see them make a dark purple/pale yellow combo scarf!

  192. emily says:

    I really loved the way they wrapped it in the third picture – so many layers. Of course every picture I look at gives me more ideas – I’d love to experiment with it!

  193. Alison says:

    I like it doubled and tripled, depending on how cold it is!

  194. aj says:

    My favorite is the top photo (which was also the large photo) — it looks so warm and cozy triple wrapped around the neck.

  195. JustMe says:

    ooh, i would want to try the the crossover method (the last picture)! maybe with a fitted long sleeve tee and a jean skirt.

  196. Elizabeth says:

    I have a few infinity scarves. When it’s cold, I double loop it for warmth. But once I get inside, I usually like to let it hang down to give the impression of length. I’ve never thought of arranging it in some of the ways pictured though, I’ll have to try!

  197. JustMe says:

    i think a lovely color would be chestnut brown with a twitter blue as the edging.

  198. Elizabeth says:

    I consider teal, deep purple, and gray to be great basic colors. Or perhaps it’s time to start thinking about spring with some brighter hues?

  199. Allison says:

    Ooh, I’d probably wear it hanging down long like the third picture on the Etsy page — still warm but with the most interesting coverage/opportunities for fiddling with it, I think.

  200. Katie says:

    I’d wear it as as a cowl — it’s always cold here, and that looks so warm and wonderful!

  201. lin says:

    I like to wear scarves foled in half lengthwise, loop through, so the result is thicker around the neck for warmth and hangs down the front.

  202. lin says:

    Colors I love which I wish they would make are red/scarlet and burgundy. Maybe something with silver or gold running through would be pretty too.

  203. Laura says:

    I’d wear it wrapped a few times around my neck when I’m with my children (so it doesn’t hit them in the face when I bend down) and when it’s warmer I’d wear it in an X over a t-shirt.

  204. Laura says:

    I’d love to see turquoise or aqua with a red trim. Or navy and a pale sea green.

  205. Maggie says:

    I’d wear it long with a knot–a classic look.

  206. E says:

    I would wear this scarf as a cowl neck. I would wear it with a monochromatic outfit of black and grey.

  207. E says:

    Do you think you could show us how to wear red-pink scarf combinations?

  208. Jade Garcia says:

    I love the first way they have it wrapped on the site, I did not see a name for the style. This would look great with a peacoat!

  209. Jade Garcia says:

    I would go with a maroon/burgundy color… think merlot. My absolute favorite color to wear! I dunno what it is but it matches my pale skin perfectly!

  210. My favorite way of tying scarves like this is doing two circles and wearing it as if it were an over sized necklace! Thanks for sharing!

  211. I would love to see them offer a burgundy scarf with maybe mustard edges! such a rich color combo!

  212. emily says:

    I would love to see a gray with a turquoise edging. That would be a lot of fun to style.

  213. Sarah says:

    Dark brown with mustard edging.
    That would be a nice combination.

  214. Kristen says:

    I like the first way of wrapping, looped around the neck. It looks so cozy (great for those days when you’d rather be home in sweats but need to be out and about), and I’d try it with a lightweight striped sweater and skinny jeans.

  215. Kristen says:

    I’d love to have this for fall in a burnt orange/red color with mustard yellow trim.

  216. Jenn says:

    I really like that tight loop with the many layers – it looks soft, cosy, and would add some really nice dimension to an outfit as well.

  217. Jenn says:

    I think this would look lovely in a really deep coral with a french blue or dark aqua edging (or the inverse too, I suppose).

  218. Jill says:

    I would pair it with a blazer and loop the scarf around the neck, and then have the longer part of the scarf extended down the front… I like the variation in lengths.

  219. aj says:

    I’d like to see the scarf in olive green with teal trim.

  220. Jill says:

    I’d love to see a mustard version of the scarf with an eggplant trim. (Or maybe I’m just hungry?)

  221. kater says:

    I would wear it like a cowl – wrapped and wrapped and wrapped! I am constantly freezing in the library, and this scarf would definitely help me ward off the cold. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  222. kater says:

    as for colors, I am loving light minty greens right now – maybe with a a darker turquoise or aqua border?

  223. Carey says:

    This is gorgeous! I think my favorite wrap is the third one down (loosely wrapped below neck).

  224. Carey says:

    For color combos, I would love to see a gray and yellow combo or or a deep purple with yellow trim.

  225. devon says:

    I love this! To get out of my scarf comfort zone, I’d wear it wrapped around my neck, across the front, and around the back, paired with a black blazer, white tee and grey jeans.

  226. Alyssa says:

    I love these scarfs – and love how they look as a simple loose cowl! I would really love them in black, but also love the grey and navy blue colors too.

  227. Amelia says:

    I’d actually wear this scarf tied at the middle as a loop, and then tucked under my neck for warmth. I’d like to see more forest green or ocean blue colors, especially “spicey” colors like orange spice or saffron.

  228. Catherine says:

    I love the first way it’s shown in the Etsy shop – I like seeing as much of the contrasting edges as possible – I think it adds visual interest.

  229. Catherine says:

    I would love to see a mustard yellow and brown- or red- edged scarf – fall is my favorite season!

  230. Bonnie says:

    It’s cold in my house right now, so I would wear it doubled up for maximum warminess.

  231. devon says:

    Oh, and colors – I’ve been really wanting a bright red scarf, or a grey/yellow combo.

  232. Bonnie says:

    Colors: grellow!!

  233. Maria says:

    I think I’d simply wear a loose wrap version paired with a gray tee and dark blue jeans. I’m a huge fan of basic, neutral outfits. :)

  234. Maria says:

    …and I think a gray/purple version would be nice.

  235. Eileen says:

    I would probably mostly wear it doubled.

  236. Eileen says:

    I love teal right now; with a dark blue, pink, or yellow trim.

  237. Alice says:

    This seems like a great solution to those pesky scarf ends winding up in your soup or coffee or whatever…I’d wear this wrapped a few times around, the way it is in the picture on this site, and enjoy the turtleneck effect without the dorkiness of a turtleneck.

    I’d like to see this in an eggplant color.

  238. Ariana says:

    i would just wear it wrapped twice

  239. Ariana says:

    this scarf would be nice in a deep red or a purple

  240. jennifer says:

    nothing to creative but I just wear the infinity scarf doubled up!

  241. jennifer says:

    I would love to see any shade of purple

  242. Liz says:

    I’d wear the scarf doubled. I love how effortless it looks, even with all the dramatic volume.

  243. Liz says:

    I’d love to see a scarf in pink! They offer a coral color on the side but I think a softer rose or powder pink hue would look so comfy and cute.

  244. suiterkin says:

    I’m intrigued by the sarong look, crossed over the torso. I’d like to see if I can pull it off!

  245. suiterkin says:

    I’d love to see a camel color, maybe with flecks of gold. Gorgeous!

  246. Michelle says:

    How about gray with a soft pink lining or vice versa?

  247. joceline says:

    I’d wear it long and loose–since I usually wear scarves for style rather than warmth, I often do this with scarves to elongate my body!

  248. joceline says:

    I would also love to see a horizontally striped one! Maybe pale pink and tan?

  249. Jackie says:

    I would wear it simply wrapped twice, with my favorite flats and jeans. Perfect for library studying :-)

  250. Jackie says:

    I would love to see some metallic scarves :-)

  251. Jess V. says:

    I would wear it as a cowl or wrapped once around the neck and then down over the hips. Such a chic look either way.

  252. Jess V. says:

    I would love to see Kangaroo Knits offer a scarf in a plum and navy. Those two colors are so luscious worn together.

  253. Ann says:

    Using the infinity scarf as a body wrap looks interesting and would be something I would definitely give a try.

  254. design_SMITH says:

    I’m really excited to give this scarf style a try and would wear with my black flats, a pair of blue jeans, a bright sweater or long sleeve top (probably fuschia) wrapped around twice on a visit to the farmer’s market.

  255. design_SMITH says:

    I really like the combo of turquoise and olive green right now!

  256. Katie M. says:

    I would double or triple up the scarf (I get really cold!) and wear it with a simple t-shirt, boot cut or skinny jeans, and fun flats. It’s a perfect outfit for class!

  257. Katie M. says:

    I would love to see a scarf in either royal purple paired with heather gray or a bright turquoise paired with black.

  258. Sara Rose says:

    I’d wear it doubled over simply!

  259. Sara Rose says:

    I would also wear it with a deep purple wrap dress I have, my grey sweater tights and riding boots. I’d wear simple pearl studs and a lovely art deco ruby ring I have. Simple and classic!

  260. rose says:

    I love it worn as a hooded scarf!

  261. rose says:

    and I’d like to see a plum colored one with grey trim!

  262. Jaqui says:

    I would love to try the sarong look with this scarf! I’d try that out with a hot pink tunic shirt & black leggings.

  263. Jaqui says:

    The scarf would look so inviting & comfy in a soft pink and aubergine combo.

  264. lisa strawberry says:

    I’d wrap it around and around, like an infinity scarf would , by definition, do! :o) Love these colors best, but another combination I’d like to see would be violet and sky blue and maybe a stripe of black. :o)

    I found your blog a few weeks ago, and it’s been really helping me dress up for work! Thanks for the tips, ladies!!

  265. lisa strawberry says:

    I love these colors best, but another combination Iā€™d like to see would be violet and sky blue and maybe a stripe of black. :o)

  266. Margs says:

    I’d wear it wrapped just barely twice, putting it around my neck once and them letting the ends come back around so they hang down almost touching to form another loop. I’d pair it with a white button down with some detailing in front and a long fun swishy skirt and boots.

  267. Margs says:

    I’d love to see a deep teal color with a lighter sea grey/blue on the outsides to soften the color up.

  268. Elena says:

    I would wear it in the first way depicted—wrapped as much as possible for as cozy/bulky a look as possible!

  269. Elena says:

    I would love to see a “winter cloud” colored scarf with pale lavender, blue, or even forest green on the edges.

  270. JanetB says:

    I’m very petite so I’d be worried it would be overwhelming on my small frame. I’d probably try the X-wrap – that might be scaled better than having it around my neck and it looks really warm. I’d try it over a grey turtleneck.

  271. JanetB says:

    I’d like to see the scarf in either a tan color with green or orange edge or in green with a gold edge.

  272. Frances Joy says:

    I would wear it doubled like a cowl for maximum warmth.

  273. Frances Joy says:

    I would love to see a fuschia or chartreuse scarf – I love neutrals, so I like to add color with my accessories.

  274. Cassie says:

    i really like the long pull-through knot style. very traditional with the non-traditional style scarf.

  275. Cassie says:

    as for colors, i’d love to see it in the grey edging with lilac. greys and pale purples are so gorgeous.

  276. Ann says:

    A sky blue scarf with lght grey edging. Something to brighten up a winter wardrobe :)

  277. petra says:

    I love this scarf and the possibilities it offers. Probably I would pair it with a mustard cardigan and a dark gray skirt. Or maybe with a long sleeve purple T-shirt. I already have endless possibilities in mind…

  278. petra says:

    I would love to see a yellow scarf with gray edges. Or a fuchsia one with white edges.

  279. beth says:

    my new fav scarf tie is one that i got from you guys!
    the 1/2 euro!

  280. Amy says:

    I would wear it wrapped around my neck twice!

  281. Amy says:

    I would really like to see gray as the newest scarf color – maybe with a purple or blue edge.

  282. I like it best when tied the second way (the way you have it shown). Definitely more my style. The scarf is beautiful and looks so cozy and warm!

  283. I love the yellow scarf they already make. I think it would be lovely with gray, silver, or possibly a kelly green trim =)

  284. Mel says:

    My favourite way to wear the scarf would be as a hooded collar, covering up any openness in the necckline of my top. I like the way it shows the contrast edges & would be cosy warm.

  285. Mel says:

    The colour combo I would choose is deep teal with pale aqua edging. (or maybe a two-tone, one each side)

  286. Elizabeth Ann says:

    I love the look of an infinity scarf in long, loose loops that don’t hug too close to the neck. It’s almost like a giant necklace.

  287. Elizabeth Ann says:

    I would love to see something really colorful like purple on one side and yellow on the other.

  288. wkrp says:

    I love the classic look of the doubled infinity scarf!

  289. wkrp says:

    I’d love to see the scarf in black, a deep cranberry red, or black and grey striped.

  290. Liz says:

    I’d wear the scarf as a cowl neck. I love the additional weight it would add.

  291. Liz says:

    I think it would be really nice in an orange for the fall when you can first start wearing heavier items.

  292. Sara says:

    What a lovely scarf for a cold day! I would wear it on a solid long sleeved top as an X across my front – what a unique way to tie a scarf (the last possible way in the list of examples in link provided).

  293. Sara says:

    A great colour combination would be a medium yellow green with a strong grey on the back. Thanks for the chance to enter!!

  294. Kelsey says:

    I’d love to wear this as one long loop. I normally wear scarves European-style, but I’d want to showcase the unique shape of this scarf–that’s what makes it special!

  295. Kelsey says:

    As for my ideal scarf colors: teal with white trim.

  296. Boyda says:

    I love the luxurious layers of the cowl-neck style!
    Also, this scarf would look so great with my jacket…

  297. Boyda says:

    I would love to get my hands on an orchid purple in this scarf, with grey trim.

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