Four Ways to Style a Scarf
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TGIF! Thank you all for linking up and stopping by today's post. Typically, I would just share an outfit post, but I wanted to switch things up a bit and share a few ways that I've been wearing my spring scarves lately. Now, you may be thinking, spring scarves? What makes these seasonal? Well, in this case its all about the fabric and prints!
In the cooler months heavy, knitted, and wool scarves are worn tightly wound around your neck to keep you nice and toasty. Come spring, scarves are more or less just there for looks, especially if your deciding to belt it! I've put together four different ways to style satin, silk, and chiffon scarves which are perfect for the season.
In the first look I've tied a vintage frayed scarf at an angle and secure the tie around my neck. This look is much more preppy than I typically dress, but I link the way it pairs with the stripes and leather top.
Belted at the Waist
For the second look I added a belt around the waist line and let the scarf hang around my neck. I've seen this style all winter and love how well it transitioned into Spring!
Tied in Front
This style is best worn with a smaller square silk scarf. To get this look fold your scarf in half, drape the angle to the side and tie a loose knot around the neck.
Head scarves are incredibly chic, especially when worn in the warmer months! This style is incredibly easy to do, to start fold scarf in half and being rolling in half rectangular sections (hot-dog style) lol. Once you reach the end, wrap around the base of the neck and tie at the top of your head. Tuck the remaining pieces into the sides.