It’s only June, but you don’t have to travel very far in Colorado to find snow still on some of the taller mountains. If you head to a higher altitude before noon on any morning and it feels like winter never left.
It’s colder than Frosty’s balls here in Colorado right now, and then you have to factor in the wind chill. It was so cold I went looking for a scarf lest my neck freeze off, because the colder it gets the longer it takes the dog to find just the right spot to crap on.
Not too long ago I talked a bit about that zombie plush scarf that has bloody entrails to keep your neck warm. Now we have an ever weirder and cooler plush scarf to check out in the form of a stuffed unicorn.
Few things in my wife’s 9/10ths of our bedroom closet enrage me more than scarves. I’m not sure you can even call something a scarf if it is woven with massive holes in it like a doily or something and only serves to catch on every single hanger in the closet.
Are you worried about paparazzi taking your photograph when you don’t want it? It’s pretty tough being a big star. Good thing that the $376(USD) asking price for this scarf is just peanuts to people like you then.
I used to think that scarves were just for the cold months, but some people wear them year round, with summer scarves just made from a thinner material. Such is the case with this Game of Thrones Map Print Infinity Scarf.
This scarf with a built-in thermometer seems kind of superfluous. I mean, you already know it’s cold outside. That’s why you are wearing the scarf in the first place. Still, it’s pretty cool that your scarf can tell you the exact temperature.
Winter is coming. You are going to need some cool and geeky scarves to get you through the colder months. Trust Picard and crew to keep your neck warm with these cozy-looking Star Trek: The Next Generation scarves.
This scarf will keep you warm and well fed in the winter months. Wear it. Eat it. Then be cold again. Twitter user Overtime Queen made this colorful and edible scarf. Take note, grandma. Knit things that I can eat!
You wanna catch ’em all. Pokémon, not colds. So dress warm this winter and wear this cool Pokéball roll-up scarf. It is stylish and functional. The best part is that when you aren’t using it you can roll it up and display it like art or a cool toy.
Scarves keep you all snug and bundled up when the winds are a-blowing, but what about when it rains? You can wrap it around and over your head, but you’ll still get soaked through. That is, unless you have a RainScarf.
Customized scarves are nothing new, but artists Varvara Guljajeva and Mar Canet still came up with something truly novel and different in this category.
They worked with Sebastian Mealla from the Music Technology Group in Barcelona to create something called Neuro Knitting.
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.