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High fashion silk blend designer scarves from izzi Style
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Dec '12
izzi Style unveils high fashion silk blend designer scarves for 2013.

Each scarf is hand-made, hand-dyed and features soft, luxurious pompoms. The izzi Style designer scarf line is offered in a Color Of The Month format exclusively at izziStyle.com.

Each color is hand selected and carefully chosen to represent each month in a dynamic splendor. The designer scarves are created to offer the perfect accent for virtually any fashion ensemble. The colors for 2013 include Beach House Blue, Crème Brûlée, French Lilac, Hibiscus Blossom, Honey Mustard, Moss Green, Mystic Gray, Peach Sorbet, Rainforest Green, Thai Curry, Tickle-Me-Pink, and Black Tie.

Each designer scarf can be used as a headpiece, traditional scarf usage, swimming outfit accent, as well as a many other uses.

Ariana Weindling, the founder of izzi Style, has a strong desire to offer a silk-blend scarf collection that will bring out the natural beauty that every woman possesses. She was inspired to release the new izzi Style designer scarves after being influenced by the luxury of Dupatta scarves in her travels. She wanted to offer a new spin, style, and elegance to the fashion community. The result of her passion led her to name the collection after her daughter Isabella.

Each scarf is designed to make a woman feel beautiful, adventurous, mysterious, and passionate. The whimsical nature of the pompoms is added to complete each scarf to encapsulate these captivating feelings.

The new izzi Style fashion line can be found at izziStyle.com where the designer scarves can be purchased. The website offers a custom photography and is designed to capture the essence of the new fashion line.

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