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Deal of the Day: March 12
Today only, POP Fashion is offering 78 percent off their chevron infinity scarves with a hidden pocket. These originally retail for $45 but TODAY readers can get them for $10! No discount code needed.
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These scarves are the perfect accessory for any occasion. While it's still chilly out, they will keep you warm and looking chic. As the weather turns to summer, they will help shield your neck and shoulders from the sun and are perfect for bringing along on date night.
The hidden pocket in each scarf is incredibly unique! It can easily fit an iPhone and a few credit cards or ID - meaning you run a quick errand or go on a walk without having to lug around a heavy shoulder bag. If you are at the beach, there's no better way to keep your phone protected from the sun and sand-free.
Reviewers agree - one raved, "I've become a huge fan of pocket scarves because they are practical and solve a lot of issues. As a season ticket holder, I attend many NFL games. Guidelines limit how much can be carried inside plus I do not really want to be bogged down with a bag. I can fit my phone, some cash, my debit card and lip gloss in the pocket leaving my hands and pockets free for other items."