Charitable fashion alert! Meet the must-have accessory Mel B and other celebs are going crazy for!

Meet the must-have scarves that all the celebs are going crazy for!

We love it when the celebs get all charitable and do their bit for a good cause, but we can’t lie it’s always that little bit better when it involves extremely yummy fashion.

And this time almost all of our favourite A-listers have joined forces to support Matalan‘s fundraising initiative with these fabulous fashion scarves, and that get this, they are only £10!

The likes of Abbey Clancy, Jessie J, Britney Spears, Mel B and many more celebs have all come together to help this worthy cause.

Raising money for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, the high street brand has created a range of personalised scarves that are adorned with every letter of the alphabet.

Matalan will be donating 100% of profits of each sale that will go to help raise much-needed awareness and funds for their charity partners. It will provide doctors and nurses with the latest equipment, technology and facilities needed to push the boundaries of children’s healthcare.

With the preppy trend still going strong and winter just around the corner, the must-have alphabet scarf has arrived just in time.

So join in with the most style-savvy celebs and wrap up this winter with your very own personalised scarf. Perfect to wear with your favourite skinny jeans and some classic brogues or dress it up with some platform heels.

Available in a range of colours you can not only choose your letter, but you even have a choice of colours for your scarf too!

It’s also the perfect Christmas gift for all the family and adult scarves cost £10 and the children’s version is £5. Bargainous!

So what are you waiting for? Order one of these Matalan Alphabet Scarves.

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