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Beautiful, printed scarves that make a style statement

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Gone are the days when wearing a scarf meant you were nursing a cold. Scarves have become a must have for women who want to make a daily fashion statement.

Wear it loosely over your shoulders to brighten up a sober outfit or wrap it around your bag to use for later - a scarf can be your best friend. They are available in some beautiful shades and fabrics ranging from silks to cottons.

Disability rights advocate Virali Modi says scarves make for elegant wear.

Virali seated in a car wearing a black and white printed scarf.

"I feel they're so elegant and can spice up an outfit with ease. I love wearing scarves with western/casual wear, paired with jhumkas or long earrings. I just think it looks beautiful!"

Virali looks smashing in this black and white patterned scarf worn over a gray top. The underlying colour is black with white patterns of bird and feathers on it.

We have put together some elegant scarves for you, all under ₹ 1000.

A model wearing a white printed scarf and a light red coloured top having circular cut net pattern.

You Go Girl Rectangular Scarf - Off White

This scarf by Chumbak may be just what you are looking for in case you want to spice up a sober or a single-coloured outfit. Made of viscose the scarf has pink tassels on the edges, the rectangular cut gives it a fun, quirky look.


The scarf is off white in colour with stick figures of women dancing in bright shades of blue, pink, red, orange, yellow, and purple. There are four tassels at the edges in bright pink.


Available at chumbak

A model wearing a floral printed scarf with pom pom border that displays navy blue coloured pattern design on it along with a white coloured netted top.

MAX Floral Print Scarf with Pom Pom Border

This floral print scarf by MAX Fashion is truly versatile. You can pair it with a dress or a top and works well for both a casual and formal look.


The scarf is beige in colour with vivid floral patterns in blue, dark maroon, deep red and black. The fabric is polyester.


Available at max fashion

A black booti pattern hand block dabu stole.

Booti Pattern Hand Block Dabu Ethnic Stole

Go ethnic with this ethnic pattern by Fabriclore. The colours are rich and earthy and the fabric is pure cotton. This one would work well with a solid colour top or one with prints in light colours.


The hand block prints are in rich shades of brown and red over a beige background with black. The border is a deep red with a thinner border in brown with small floral prints in red and black lines. The fabric is pure cotton.


Available at fabriclore

A model wearing a blue and white check pattern scarf along with a red and white coloured top with lines pattern.

Blue Plaid Fringe Scarf

This gay check patterned scarf by Global Desi in navy blue and white looks trendy and comfortable. Just the accessory to wear when you want to brighten up your look.


The material is cotton thread and the colours are navy blue and white in a check pattern. The pattern is threadlike and looks super comfortable.


Available at global desi

Vinyana seated on wheelchair wearing a light green coloured top and olive coloured pants along with orange and red coloured scarf.

Delhi University student and blogger Vinayana Khurana shares with us a picture of one of her favourite scarves, a vivid orange, red and yellow pattern.

"I love wearing scarves because it gives me a confidence to move out. I love both plain and patterned scarves. I love this one for its colour and texture."

We have shared with you a range in pretty patterns. Which one would you go for?

* Prices may vary.


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