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Discover what’s going on at Scout & Molly’s! Find the latest fashions for the season, stay on top of the hottest trends, and learn new style tips and tricks to keep you looking great. Check back often to see what’s up!

Top 5 Breathable Summer Fabrics You’ll Want in Your Closet

As summer approaches, you want clothing that is comfortable, cool, and cute. Certain fabrics are more suitable for the warm weather because of their light and breezy feel. Read on to discover the top five breathable summer fabrics you’ll want in your closet.

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8 Ways to Wear a Scarf in North Wales

Even though it has been one of the most classic and versatile accessories in the history of fashion, there are still a great many people who don’t realize all of the incredible things that you can do with just a scarf. It can add appeal to an outfit when presented in a bold color or […]

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5 Fashion New Year’s Resolutions for 2020

One of the biggest statements we make is in the way we look and dress. Whether or not that is an effective or accurate way to judge someone else may be questionable, but the truth is that the way we feel as individuals is directly tied into how we look. More specifically, if we look […]

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Seasonal Style Essentials to Help Survive Winter

Winter is right around the corner. Just because the temperature is cold doesn’t mean you have to compromise style for comfort. For seasonal style essentials to help survive winter, read on.

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Thanksgiving Outfit Ideas That Will Have you Looking Cozy and Chic

When it comes to Thanksgiving dinner, you want to look cute, but you want to feel comfortable. If you’re scrambling to come up with Thanksgiving outfit ideas, continue on for some outfit inspo.

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