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This mesmerizing video shows a woman transforming one piece of fabric into pretty much any garment just by changing how she wraps it around her body. It is like the Thneed of Dr. Seuss fame and it’s incredibly cool to watch it transform.

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Take notes and stay warm with this fashionable paper scarf from Little Factory. It looks like a sheet of notebook paper, and the lines are embroidered on rather than printed. The actual material is Tyvek which is the impossible to tear stuff used for industrial purposes and sometimes for envelopes and other packaging. Besides looking neat and being water resistant, you can also write on it just like you would with regular paper. This scarf would make a wonderful gift for a writer.

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We’ve previously featured a stylish Dalek scarf from Lovarzi and now they’ve got a TARDIS scarf to match. This is an officially licensed Doctor Who product in an acrylic/wool blend that is available in a variety of colors. If you like your nerdy clothes to be subtle, this is a great option.

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Once upon a time there was a magical hood that turned people into unicorns and kept them warm. It was made from cotton and polyester and featured a rainbow mane and a golden horn and looks a lot like the Magicorn Hood pictured above. Besides featuring a hood to keep your head warm, the unicorn accessory also has pockets to put your hands/hooves in.

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Director Phil Coulson has been feeling compelled to scrawl an alien script on any and every surface since the end of season one on Agents of SHIELD. Tumblr user concertigrossi was inspired by the glyphs and created a double-knit scarf covered in the creepy writing. It’s subtle and fashionable and incredibly creative.

Even cooler? She details the pattern on Tumblr so you can make your very own SHIELD scarf.

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This fantastic double knit scarf has a Light Side and Dark Side in more ways than one. The pattern on one side is in dark blue and the reverse side is in white, and there are both Rebel and Imperial sections. The affect is just fantastic and it’s just in time for the cold winter months.

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The weather is turning colder and pretty soon you’ll be freezing so you’ll need a scarf to keep warm. This roll-up Pokéball scarf is just the thing with it’s red, black, and white pattern. This two-ply scarf is handmade with acrylic yarn and measures 6′ 5″ long. It looks like a regular striped scarf when it’s around your neck, but roll it up and you have an instant Pokéball.

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In love with Loki? If so, this infinity scarf by Etsy seller Sassy Skirts For Gals is for you. It’s made from synthetic performance jersey so it will be super soft. A pattern of gold and green Loki helmets cover the scarf, and it’s made to order without any of the trickster’s mischief. Turnaround time is 2-3 weeks.

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The only way to prepare for cold weather is to arm yourself with warm clothing. I can’t think of anything more fierce than this Klingon Bat’leth scarf designed by Kimberly Gintar. You can stretch out the weapon and wield it and then wrap it around your neck. You can admire it or make your own because the pattern is available for purchase.

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These gorgeous scarves are the creation of Roza Khamitova who has designed them to look like you’re wrapping yourself in the wings of an owl. Each handmade cotton scarf is digitally printed with a wing design and is large enough to use as a wrap, halter, or even a turban.

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