The Fluxus Nomad scarf is one of the hottest accessories for 2011. It was praised on The Oprah Winfrey Show in January 2011 by stylist Adam Glassman. The Nomad scarf was deemed a "must-have" for 2011. It's proved to be pretty popular with those who have tried it, as well.
Fluxus, the line that produces the Nomad scarf, was started in 2007 by designer Martin Paquette. Paquette was greatly influenced by the Fluxus art movement, as well as other artistic styles from Dadaism to futurism. Clothing in the line is practical and versatile while being slightly different than want a consumer would expect.
The Nomad scarf is made of a cotton jersey and is similar in feel to a t-shirt. It's the size of the scarf that sets it apart from others. The scarf measures around 90 inches long and 60 inches wide. You can wear the scarf in several ways. For example, you can wrap it around your neck as you would a regular scarf, drape it over your shoulders or wear it as a blanket. Depending on the way you style the scarf, you may be able to wear it during the day, to work as well as for more dressy and formal occasions.
Nomad scarves come in several colors. There's a basic black, as well as several muted colors, such as pale green, light gray-purple and pink. Both men and women can wear the scarf. Celebrities such as Jude Law and Heidi Klum have been spotted with the scarf around their necks.
You can order the Fluxus Nomad scarf direct from the company's website for under $50. If you live in California, you can visit on of their physical stores. You may also be able to find it at an online boutique. If you want to get the scarf at a reduced price, you may try shopping at an online discount boutique.