Fashion

This winter, celebrities turn to Navajo print

If you were wondering what Hollywood will look like this winter, here it is: celebrities turn to Navajo print scarves. The first to have set the trend are supermodel Heidi Klum and actresses Jessica Alba and Megan Fox.

Do you want to be trendy during the cold season and still don’t have a clue on what type of scarves to wear? First of all, yes, you must think scarves to be in trend. Second of all, it always seems like a good idea to step out of the classical white color of winter with some colorful prints. But don’t choose beige, cream, or other colors that tend to look muddy and dusty. Choose bright colors in daring mixtures.

The Hollywood beauties have turned to Navajo tradition for inspiration. They assorted colorful blanket scarves to their casual daily outfits. Heidi Klum mixed it with an elegant dress that matches the colors and added a ladylike cardigan to go with it.

Megan Fox opted for a sporty look, mixing the colorful scarf with jeans and a T-shirt. The neutral colors of the clothing outline the ethnic print.
 
Jessica Alba went all-black and added an ethnic bag to match the scarf and to add more color, as well.

If you think this colorful and warm item should be in your wardrobe, too, it’s time for a shopping trip. The girls opted for the Theodora & Callum Navajo Tie All Scarf, which is 100% viscose. To get it, you have to take 175 dollars out of your pocket. Don’t fancy the price? Try other variants, by Steve Madden ( 54 dollars), or Kersh (38 dollars).

Really into the Navajo print? There are many more clothing items you can choose from: dresses, skirts, shirts, purses and even sneakers.

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Lucienne Molnar is our editor in charge with managing the celebrity and fashion sections of DailyGossip. She currently lives in Seattle and has a lot of experience in the fashion industry, most of it accumulated while working as a part time model for a few popular internet clothing stores.Lucienne is a passionate writer dreaming to create her own fashion line someday.You can get in touch with her at Lucienne.Molnar@dailygossip.org

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  1. What website can I find Navajo print items? These are fabulous pieces and I’d like to know where to purchase these scarfs, bags, etc.

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