When I went to the Rave Theater at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza to see The House of Gucci I didn’t feel my outfit would be complete without the vintage blue floral Gucci scarf I bought for $25 at the Federation of Vintage Fashion’s Fashion Expo.
Emblazoned with an elaborate bouquet, over the years,it’s set off my 1970s navy-blue pants suit, my early 1960s black dress, plain white tees and denim button-downs. On the day I wore it to the movie I paired it with a black and white striped Breton from L.L. Bean and a pair of Adidas sweat pants.
Reminiscent of the floral scarf Gucci “scenographer Vittorio Accornero” created for Grace Kelly in 1966 it’s a great collectible that can enhance any contemporary woman’s wardrobe.
Whether worn stylishly around your neck or over a messy bun,as a cure to a bad hair day, the floral Gucci scarf can become a favorite collectible for stylistas. The best part? It’s still possible to find one for $100.