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  • Angel Morris

    10 Ways to Turn a Scarf into a Vest #diy, #craft, #ideas, #projects, #handmade, #scarf, #vest #sewing #tutorials #howto #fashion

  • Amie Chollett

    When we stumbled across this gorgeous DVF scarf vest on Shopbop the other day, we were intimidated by the $295 price tag but super inspired by the design. Not only do we have a surplus of colorfully patterned scarves, but vests happen to be one of the best ways to transition summer clothes into early [...]

  • Noelle Puffett

    Scarves, turned into vests! Love this idea.

  • Dani Morgan

    Scarves vests DIY

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