This scarf will never go out of style for one reason: because it adapts to match your outfit, whatever pattern or color you’re wearing. I think the concept behind this fashionable piece is pretty self-explanatory. The scarf is embedded with LED lights all over that changes color automatically based on what it’s wearer currently has on.
You can’t buy this scarf anywhere, although you can make one of your own. The tutorial is posted online on Adafruit Learning System, which explains that the scarf uses “the Flora color sensor and 12 color-changing LED pixels diffused by a ruffly knit scarf.” Check it out in action below:
How’s that for convertible and interactive fashion?