Reviewed: Olivia Rubin Printed Scarf by StyleCloner Sian!

Submitted by on Tuesday, 23 August 2011 | 7 Comments

Olivia Rubin is the go-to designer of the moment. Since her renowned brick print dresses adorned fashionistas all over the UK, the magazines sat up and took notice. Their glossy pages are now scattered with her other, quirky designs.

Celebrities such as Cheryl Cole, Jaime Winstone and Fearne Cotton have all been spotted in Rubin’s feminine and striking pieces for their slice of London cool, and collaborations with ASOS, and Dune have further anchored the designer’s presence in the fashion industry.

SO, given the opportunity to review Olivia Rubin’s latest scarf, I figured it would be rude of me to turn the offer down. Olivia has designed this scarf to celebrate the new floral fragrance of Bold 2in1 Rose Blush & Peony, however these scarves are so exclusive that they can’t be bought in the shops!

Olivia Rubin Scarf

Straight off, the colours are incredible; bright fuchsias, Barbie pinks and yellows exploded out of the box to whet my appetite. The scarf is of a good size – large enough to be simply slung round the neck for an easy splash of colour to your outfit, but can still play around with it in other ways.

You’ll be keeping your finger firmly on the fashion pulse with the floral trend with this scarf. It boasts a bold graphic print that is true Olivia Rubin style, almost reminiscent of pop art, with a wide fuchsia trim. It’s perfect for colour blocking with your summer wardrobe, or just for adding a refreshing burst for a plain outfit.

Don’t be fooled into thinking this is a one-season wear, however. The romantic pink hues will carry you right through to winter, while the September issues of the glossies are still very much pushing forward the printed accessories.

For the days when I just haven’t been feeling a scarf, I’ve tied the product to my bag-handle for an easy way to update my look.

For a girl that has more scarves than I even know what to do with, this will definitely be my first choice for when I want something a bit more luxurious.

Here’s a few ways I’ve tried wearing my scarf. Any more ideas?  Leave a comment below or Facebook us here and pick your favourite look!

P.S Because we love the scarf and you so much we will be giving away Olivia Rubin gorgeous scarfs worth around £70 to  3 or our lucky readers.  Please stay tuned for more information tomorrow!

A Colourful Belt

Worn Round the Neck

Tied Round a Lovely Bag!

Head Scarf

More information on Oliva Rubin here

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  • sheila

    it makes a great belt. it really lifts an outfit.

  • http://Fletcher Patricia

    I like it worn as a belt – nice and fresh looking

  • DawnC

    I really like it on the bag…think it looks great.

  • Leanne Amor

    I like it tied on the bag, it makes a solid colour bag more interesting.

  • http://Abrahams Gilla

    It looks good as a belt, but I prefer it worn round the neck.

  • Binky

    Loving the belt look, my teenage daughter “borrows” my scarves as a belt to jazz up her college outfit, most of which she has adapted from items purchased from charity shops.
    If we won this scarf, I’m sure we would share it and invent some fabby ways of wearing it.
    Thanks for a great competition prize. X

  • san

    I’d have to wear it on my head to cover my balding patches!