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Marc by Marc Jacobs dot-print scarf : seeking suggestions

My order from Neiman Marcus arrived today: Marc by Marc Jacobs dot-print scarf! I played couple matches, but I haven’t made my decision to keep it. The color is a little bit off between ivory and yellow, but still a spring-summer color. Quality is actually good: soft and silky to touch, 50% silk and 50% cashmere. Compared to Marc Jacobs polka dot scarf (>$500), the price of MBMJ is reasonable.

#1: JCrew faded Chambray popover+ Zara jacquard pattern skirt + scarf (wearing tights, and the outfit works at 60F to 70F)

#2: Theory jersey dress + scarf (similar as #1, but a little bit dressy)

#3: Club Monaco tee + JBrand skinny + scarf (typical weekend outfit. The off-white is good with dust rose. Again the scarf can add some chic and edgy elements to the outfit, but also keep you warm in the morning or evening).

Here you can imagine the color, next to a pure white tee.

Dear readers, I would like to hear from you! Keep it, how to match, or send it back?

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3 thoughts on “Marc by Marc Jacobs dot-print scarf : seeking suggestions

  1. robin March 23, 2012 at 4:26 AM Reply

    the scarf goes well with vintage accent top( 3rd pic) but not very versatile and crispy, would return it if I were you. price wise, it is a good deal compared with marc jacobs' though.

  2. fabbylife March 23, 2012 at 10:51 AM Reply

    Thanks for your suggestion. I will try to put it on and see how it goes with my skin tone. Will report here later

  3. Jing March 23, 2012 at 1:17 PM Reply

    I actually like the color. To me it is better than the sharp contrast from black and white.

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