Cozy, soft & warm!

Christmas is quickly approaching with thoughts of fashion gift giving on our minds.

Cozy, soft and warm! This is trending heavily for Winter 2012.

This season the hottest trend going is large, chunky-knit infinity scarves. Worn with your jacket or coat as a pop of contrasting color, or it can be worn with a top or sweater to make a contrasting cowl neck look. Stay warm and look great. Choose a cozy knit in a color that compliments your skin and hair tones. Infinity scarves can be found in a wide selection of colors to compliment this season’s color picks. Rust, mustard, navy, teal, topaz, purple, cream, taupe, grey and black. Or a beautiful mix of shades worn with a black coat or sweater can look gorgeous.

Put the infinity scarf on your wish list this year, it is an easy purchase for those loved ones in your life. One size fits all. Boyfriends, husbands and partners will not shy away from making such an easy purchase.

A close second is the knit head wrap. This item works double duty as it makes a great fashion statement and keeps your ears warm. Some head wraps come with flowers or gems on the side. Some will have a button closure, while others are a simple circle. A trendy way to wear the head wrap is to put long hair up into a high bun. The head wrap will hold all stray hairs in place, while showing off the bun on top of your head. Such a cute look! The head wrap also is a “one size fits all”. It is a great gift idea and is a very affordable choice for those who are looking for a gift around the $20 mark.

To see more photos of the infinity scarves or head wraps check it out at or see it on our Facebook page at “frakas boutique”.

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About the Author

Colleen Becker is the owner /operator of FRAKAS, Shops for Women Inc. Frakas, has three locations, one of which is in the Mission in Kelowna. Colleen's expertise is in buying, with regular trips to the world's fashion meccas.

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