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I wear them more now since I cut my hair short. Dont forget the bling Co-owner Aimee Maloney at Smart Alic on Pine Street likes to take a basic scarf to the next level with scarf jewelry. Theres no point to wearing a necklace and a scarf at the same time, she said. This way adds a little flavor and makes old pieces new. Some styles have pearls or chains attached to fabric to make a scarf necklace. Or add a scarf charm to your favorite scarf for an updated look. This works best for pashmina or chiffon scarves instead of something heavier. The scarves cost between $12 to $20, while the charms

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"Punk was a reaction to things that were happening," he said. "It was a reaction from a young generation of people who kind of created a dress code, but it was a political reaction to a moment," he said, adding: "If people like me could be of help, by being an inspiration (for young people) by what we say and what we think, then I think I would be very happy and proud. When you have a voice, you should use it." Jocelyn Noveck ___ TODD SNYDER At 49, Todd Snyder was feeling the looks and sounds of his college days at Iowa State. Inspired by thrift shop finds and 1980s college radio, the designer

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One of Maloneys favorite items is what she calls the bar scarf. Its a simple knit scarf, but instead of ending in fringe, both ends have pockets. Toss in your wallet, keys and phone, and you dont have to carry a purse to the bar and risk leaving it there. Selecting something simple and sweet Brenda Vecchiarelli thinks about climate, style and what women want when she stocks her scarves for the season. Girls in California love scarves, but they need something that will transition through the day, she said. Its cold in the morning then warm in the afternoon. Vecchiarelli recommends an open-knit

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Hardly surprisingly the basement is described as a labyrinth and a bewildering mixof old and new. Up in the roof space is a similar story where a spaghetti tangle of cables make it impossible to move in some areas. Andy Piper, from the Restoration and Renewal Programme, said: Lots of people have tried to map where the cables go. But theres no chance. We cant really take them out as there are lots that we dont know what they are for and even whether they still work or not. Read More Lots of the infrastructure was replaced after the Second World War Roger Harris Inaccessible layers of electrical

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