Smack dab in the middle of Fall, scarves are always a good idea. The only thing standing in the way between you and a great outfit in how you style it!
So here are 5 ways to rock a scarf whether you be cruising after hours or heading out to brunch with the girls.
A parisian take on the standard bandana; loop the ends around to the front to tie a knot that adds feminine attitude and is the finishing touching for an effortlessly chic outfit.
For this style, I like to go straight for anything that won't be confused with the standard paisley bandana print that could add a cowgirl vibe (unless you're into that - then do you!).
I prefer to wear my bandanas knotted loosely behind my neck, which allows for the material to sit as a mock-turtleneck with an exaggerated neckline.
Style tip: try tucking your hair inside the bandana while letting a few pieces at the front flow for a disheveled look like I'm wearing it!
Running out the door for coffee, it's a great substitute for accessories, especially necklaces that could pull gentle fabrics; throw it around your neck and it takes you from normcore to babecore.
Office tie meets stewardess uniform, but obviously better.. a quickie knot in the front adds texture best worn with a simple look like a white tee and jeans or a neutral trench.
Just tie a loose knot and let both ends hang or do what I did and tuck one into the knot for more of a statement.
My personal favorite, remember in 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' when Violet would tie up her hair with a ribbon so she could think? I like to think as an adult, she'd use a silk scarf.
Start the scarf off as 'The Drape' and flick your hair behind it, then draw the two ends up to tie a knot and tuck the loose ends around the wrap wherever they fit.
Style tip: Tuck all your hair into the wrap for the ultimate finishing touches leaving you looking elegant and breezy.
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