K-State Blanket Scarf

DRESS: Fortuity (not sold online, similar HERE| SCARF: Structured KC (extremely similar scarf) c/o | BOOTS: Karen Scott (similar) | SOCKS: T.J. Maxx (not sold online, similar HERE) | WATCH: Wristology | EARRINGS: Lauren Ralph Lauren | LIPS: Revlon (shade "sultry")

I'm not a girl who gets super into sports; I can feign excitement during a game, but let's be honest here, I just like an excuse to get dressed up. While I may not live in the South, where tailgates seem turn into a fashion show for girls, I still love putting together fun and feminine outfits, like this t-shirt dress paired with a blanket scarf, to cheer on the cats! 

Unlike the typical red and blue, purple isn't the most abundant color when it comes to finding game day attire, so when I come across a cute purple piece I instantly want to add it to my closet. With that being said, when I stumbled upon this gem of a scarf from Structured KC, I knew it would be the perfect touch of purple for the chillier game days ahead. 

SHIRT: Gap (old, similar HERE| VEST: J.Crew Factory (similar) | SCARF: Structured KC (extremely similar scarf) c/o | LEGGINGS: Victoria's Secret PINK (old, similar HERE) | BOOTS: Karen Scott (similar) | SOCKS: T.J. Maxx (not sold online, similar HERE| WATCH: Wristology | EARRINGS: Lauren Ralph Lauren | LIPS: Revlon (shade "sultry")

Unfortunately, as the days get cooler I'm having to trade in my dresses for leggings and jeans (tear), so that's why I included two ways to style blanket scarves for game days. This has been the first blanket scarf I've owned, and let me say, I have not been disappointed! The soft and warm fabric makes for a perfect layering piece this fall/winter. If you're looking for some unique and collegiate inspired blanket scarves to wear this season, I would definitely recommend checking Structured KC out! (if your colors are yellow and black this one would be adorable, and I especially love the bright colors of this one). Also, if you're a Wildcat like myself, I would highly recommend The Willy scarf!

Thank you Structured KC for sponsoring this post! 
Photos by Matthew Schwabauer

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