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Upcycled Reconstructed Plaid Neck Warmer Scarf
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When you're headed outside this winter season....don't forget your neck warmer from FashionCogs on Etsy! Handcrafting neck warmers and scarfs from scratch, Christina from FashionCogs has some of the most stylish cold weather accents around. 
Upcycled Colorblock Squares Long Scarf
When I first found Christina's shop FashionCogs, I was immediately drawn to her classy and modern styles.  I can honestly tell you that I like everything in her shop.  The material and colors used would compliment anyone.  I also like that there are unisex warmers;  this one pictured below is one of my favorites. The neck warmers can be worn in a variety of ways as seen in FashionCogs as you click on the warmers. Another option? Go crazy and find new ways of wearing them.  ;)
Upcycled Unisex Rust Plaid Neck Warmer Scarf
I reviewed a neck warmer from FashionCogs and at first I was unsure of how I wanted to wear it. I have since loved discovering new ways to wear my warmer.  I love the way it can change up an outfit from super boring to awesome instantly. All of Christina's designs look great over a shirt, and under a coat.  Did I mention my warmer is so soft and warm!? Ha! ;)
Fuchsia Pink Upcycled Neck Warmer Scarf
Tis the season to be warm! Check out FashionCogs on Etsy and purchase some of the most unique winter warmer accents available!

One reader will win a $40 Gift Code from FashionCogs on Etsy!!! US/CAN only.

a Rafflecopter giveaway Giveaway will end December 5th at 11:59 p.m. EST  I was given a warmer from FashionCogs to review.  No other compensation was received.  All opinions are my own.  This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability. Winner(s) will be contacted by email 48 hours after the giveaway ends. If you have any additional questions - feel free to send us an email!

Aimee

Comments

Anonymous said…
Upcycled Multicolor Colorblocked Squares Long Scarf ~ very neat!
Ross Olson
rcolson@charter.net
amkj2002 said…
Upcycled pink turquoise and camel neck warmer is what I "hearted"...cute color combo!
Laura said…
I like the Sage Green Houndstooth Neck Warmer Scarf with Upcycled Gray Rosette
anna and matt said…
I really like the Upcycled Psychedelic Shapes Color Block Neck Warmer. The contrast fabric is so cool.
Connie Gruning said…
I love the Pink & Black Plaid w/rosette
http://www.etsy.com/listing/88216746/pink-and-black-plaid-neck-warmer-scarf

Connie Gruning
CGruning at aol (dot) com
Karla said…
this is my fave. I have a thing for plaid... Eco Friendly Mens and Womens Upcycled Teal and Tan Plaid Buckle Neck Warmer Scarf
Laura said…
Really cute items I like the Red and Houndstooth Colorblock. Thank you.
Kimberly said…
These are gorgeous!! Thanks for the chance!!
Annie said…
I love the Upcycled Reconstructed Plaid!
Lauren Shuck said…
i love the recycled plaid neck warmer!
Adrianne B said…
I love the Multi Color Block scarf: http://www.etsy.com/listing/107326441/upcycled-multicolor-colorblock-squares
deanna said…
fave: http://www.etsy.com/listing/91303196/magenta-color-block-neck-warmer-scarf
xoxo
Stephanie Caplan said…
Red Color Block Neck Warmer Scarf with Black and White Houndstooth Accent
kmcgrew213 said…
http://www.etsy.com/listing/115274601/eco-friendly-mens-and-womens-red-and

!!!
JP said…
Love that fushia pink one!
jlapage said…
Love the Royal Blue Upcycled Wool Neck Warmer Scarf with Vintage Buttons. My favorite colored paired with really cool vintage buttons!!! :-)
jlapage@labiomed.org
Victoria said…
Love the neckwarmer in brown grey with crest buttons
Doni Snowden said…
I Love the Pink and Black Plaid Neck Warmer Scarf Cowl with Black Buttons
Doni Snowden said…
I Love The Pink and Black Plaid Neck Warmer Scarf Cowl with Black Buttons
carole said…
like this one
Camel Khaki Tan Neck Warmer Scarf with Crest Button
Momma Darby said…
I love the Scarf Wrap Neck Warmer Magenta Pink and Turquoise Checker Tartan with Buttons, so pretty!!!!
Sara said…
I like the citrine upcycled reconstructed neck warmer.
msleyh said…
I like the Upcycled Multicolor Colorblock Squares Long Scarf
Amber P said…
I would like any of the plaid ones

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