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Winter makes us want to cuddle up in a blanket and sip hot chocolate. But, unfortunately, we have to go outdoors eventually. When you need to brave the cold weather, don’t leave the house without your winter gear! This scarf is the perfect accessory to keep your neck warm while helping you remain fashionable. The accessory is made from 100% polyester microfiber, which is a soft and cozy fabric known for trapping heat effectively. The CozyChic Scarf will help keep you toasty but not too hot! The fabric is also lightweight, so you can keep your scarf in a backpack or travel bag in case you need it. The knitted scarf comes in a bold red color that will help you stand out when walking down the wintry streets. Red is a classic color that is versatile in any wardrobe. Pair it with a patterned coat or with our matching CozyChic Beanie. Wear it with a fuzzy sweater or a relaxed flannel shirt. Take this scarf with you on all your winter adventures, from skiing to ice skating. To keep your scarf in pristine condition, we recommend washing it on a cold, gentle cycle. However, avoid using fabric softener because it can change the look and feel of your scarf. You can put the scarf in the dryer on low. Because scarves can be worn in different ways, they suit all individuals — adults and teens alike. Because of the simple design and universal fit, you can confidently gift this scarf to friends or family members. The CozyChic Scarf is a great idea for winter birthdays, Christmas, white elephant or Secret Santa gift exchanges, and other special occasions. Stay warm and stylish with our red scarf!

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