Scarves! Scarves are such a crucial and important part of spring. Here are a couple of ways to stay stylish and keep warm on those windier days in spring. Scarves are probably the one accessory that you will never have enough of. I know many people say, you can never have enough shoes. But really? You can never have enough scarves. Scarves are practical, versatile, and stylish in every way. Whether it is spring showers, or windy summer, scarves come in handy no matter what season.
There are literally hundreds of ways that you can wear a scarf so I will weigh in on my favorite ones.
Head Scarves: Head scarves have made a comeback and it looks like they are here to stay! They are a practical way to both stay warm and keep your outfit looking fresh. My favorite is the head band wrap around, there are so many ways to wear a head scarf to add a playful twist to your outfit of the day and if it ever gets a little chilly, you can always bring it down and keep yourself warm.
Neck Scarves: Neck scarves are the veterans of fashion. There are literally thousands of ways that a scarf can spruce up any outfit or enrich a look that you want to achieve. From even before both our grandmothers time, scarves were conventionally tied around the neck to keep warm but as time evolved, so did style. Now there are infinity scarves, scarves with beads, and even scarves with buttons! The best thing to keep in mind is to choose the right scarf for the right weather and outfit. When purchasing scarves, remember to take a look at the content of the scarf and make sure you know the care instructions.
Accessory Scarves: There are so many ways that you can adorn a silky and colorful piece of fabric with patterns, prints and textures onto a purse, looped around some khakis’ and used as arm candy. My personal favorite is to tie a silk scarf around my favorite summer bag. It exaggerates the look of a simple beach bag to a sweet summer necessity.
Here is one of my favorite videos, 25 ways to wear a scarf in under 5 minutes! It’s an oldie but a good one for sure, now tell us! What is your favorite way to scarf?