If you have seen any of my travel posts for the last couple years, you might notice one common thing — the Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf. It’s in nearly every travel photo, because it’s probably one of my favorite travel accessories. For so many years I saw people raving about this Lululemon scarf and I couldn’t, for the life of me, figure out why. After getting one myself and putting it to the test, I can, without a doubt, understand the obsession. Today I’m sharing 5 reasons why I love this Lululemon infinity scarf and why I think it’s worth the cost. Let’s dive in….
5 Reasons I Love The Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf
First things first, if you aren’t familiar, the popular Lululemon scarf retails for $48. I’ve only seen it on sale a handful of times, but I’ll be the first share that I think it’s worth the full price cost. Further, I’ve gifted it so many times, because I really think it’s one of the most versatile gifts. Here’s why:
LOTS OF COLORS
I’ll start with the simple one – the Vinyasa Scarf comes in tons of different colors and patterns. I have a white and grey stripe pattern, because I thought it would match up the best with other things in my closet.
While this isn’t advertised officially by Lululemon, the scarf has a small wicking component, which is great for sweat or rain. Now, if you get caught in a downpour or a freak snowstorm, no guarantees on this one, but for light sweat and rain, my scarf stayed dry and kept my neck from feeling that awful, damp sensation that sometimes can happen.
This may seem obvious, but it’s worth noting that the scarf itself is light weight and easy to throw into a carry-on bag, around your neck, or fold up into a checked suitcase, purse or backpack.
I put this one right after light-weight, because despite it not weighing very much or feeling heavy, it’s really freaking warm!
MORE THAN A SCARF
And last, but certainly not least — it’s WAY MORE THAN A SCARF! To be honest, I feel like Lululemon is selling themselves a bit short here by labeling it that. Because the fabric is constructed with snaps on the end and a loophole at the center of the scarf, it can be transitioned and worn at least 10 different ways. I’ve used it as an infinity scarf, a shirt, a vest, a shawl, a head covering and a blanket. I’ve seen them folded as ponchos and several different types of scarf folds.
If you can’t tell, this is one of my favorite travel accessories! Do you have a Lululemon Vinyasa Scarf? What are your thoughts?
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