Cozy Up to These Colorful and Trendy Scarves in Time for Fall in Hawai‘i

Layering for fall in Hawai‘i is a breeze. No clunky cable-knit wraps or fleece pullovers to deal with (those would send any local into a tropical depression). Instead, opt for lightweight stylish scarves in cheery hues and Island prints to brave those 78-degree “colder” months.


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Light scarves

 

1. AMA‘U AND NA‘U KNIT SCARVES

$60 each, Manuheali‘i, 930 Punahou St., 942-9868

 

2. STARFISH AND SEAHORSE SCARVES

$17.80 each, SoHa Living, Kāhala Mall, 591-9777

 

3. POM POM HAND-DYED SCARF/INDIGO HAND-DYED SCARF

$38/$30, Island Bungalow, 131 Hekili St., 536-4543

 

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