Bella Vista, AR (PressExposure) August 20, 2009 -- Youâve always stuck your neck out for fashion. So who wouldnât like their own personal fashion consultant of vintage scarves? Enter Paula Horlick, the creative brain behind The Vintage Scarf (www.thevintagescarf.com) a unique online boutique of reclaimed one-of-a-kind vintage scarves dating from the from the 1930âs to the 1990âs. Horlick also offers the glamorous clips and buckles that accessorize them beautifully. You can learn more about them at Horlicks clever blog at [http://www.thevintagescarfblog.com]. Resellers such as shops and boutiques can buy the scarves at wholesale pricing and carry The Vintage Scarf line.
Youâll wear the lightweight, scarves all year round, be it strolling the street, going to work, or a night out to glam up the little black dress. Loop the silk ones close around your throat; layer on the longer, chiffon ones if you dare. Opt for out-of-the-norm leopard prints, â70s Oscar de la Renta, or â60s Pierre Cardin florals paired with bright a handbag. Tie on equestrian link, cosmic star, or modern geometric patterns. Each one-of-a-kind piece is personally inspected by Horlick and of top-quality craftsmanship. You can let The Vintage Scarf be your âwrap star,â each deserving consideration of its own.
âRecently the scarf has experienced something of a revival, once again becoming a must-have item by women around the world. The future of scarves looks secure and these fashion items now represent a huge opportunity for exciting use of color and patternsâ Says Horlick. Head scarves and wraps grow ever popular with societyâs celebrities and convey elegance and sophistication. Scarves have the advantage of flexibility in how theyâre worn â around the neck.