Trendy head scarf puts edge on outfit or makes a bad-hair-day a good day [Review & Giveaway]

"Camo" patterned, cotton blend 

Who remembers head scarves from years past? Trendy then. Trendy NOW! So convenient. I don't mean the silky, large scarfs your great-grandmama wore or even those worn by Queen Elizabeth when she is out 'n about in her Range Rover or riding her horse or walking her dogs. No, I mean cute cotton or cotton-blend scarves that are well made triangles just right for keeping flyaway hair, mussed up, or just simply "a mess" hair under control. Beachy. Woodsy. Trip-worthy. Shopping-worthy. 

Love the same fabric encased elastic that holds it in place. Love they are machine washable. Love that all ages love them.

Quality workmanship,
fabric covered elastic

Head Scarf in NEW YORK design

Head scarves in on trend colors and attention-grabbing patterns. From the US-Workroom there are fresh new prints you haven’t seen. These cotton and cotton blend head scarves are the perfect foil for a bad hair day or day at the beach. Think about that extra hour you’ll gain if you don’t fuss with your hair? 

Found on Instagram @Shopgalny, you can DM to place orders or tap link for @etsy store. $18 each or 2/$28. Fun, kitchy and unique.

Enter the #giveaway and try to win a head scarf for yourself or to gift to someone else. Shop owner chooses winning fabric pattern. Want a specific pattern? Shop @etsy store

Begins August 2
Ends August 26 @ 12:01 a.m. EST
Open to USA addresses only.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary scarf to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given. Winner's prize is provided and mailed directly to the winner by @ShopGalNY / @D.I.Widger. Chat With Vera is not responsible for lost or misdirected prizes.
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