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How To Style A Scarf

Scarves are one of the most versatile accessories that you can have in your wardrobe. They can be styled in countless different ways in the form of head-scarves, to neck ties, as belts and as bag accessories. The reason you’ve probably got more scarves than anything else in your wardrobe is due to their level of versatility!

You’ll be glad to know that these items that we have in excess in our wardrobes are coming back this season with a style vengeance. They can turn the simplest of outfits into a stand-out look. See here how your favourite wardrobe staples can be elevated with a printed silk scarf.

Their versatility knows no bounds and they are by far one of the safest buys every season and every shopping trip!

Print On Print

Jacket | Dress | Scarf | Bag | Boots | Chain | Earrings

Stylist Deni has a personal collection of over 50 scarves and wears a scarf in some form every day. Whether it’s used a way to add a pop of colour to her black handbag or as a neck-tie to fill-in a bare neck, she swears by scarves. For this print on print look, she styled her leopard print scarf with a leopard print dress as a head-band. We saw designers using scarves as head adornments on the catwalks in New York and Milan and this trend has already filtered down to the high street.

Love leopard print? Deni recommends a 100% silk square scarf that can be styled in different ways.

Aside from their versatility, what we love about scarves is that they suit EVERYONE. Whether your jeans are feeling a little snug or your favourite jacket is coming to the end of it’s life, a trusty scarf will always fit and always jazz-up your look.

Style this with a simple t-shirt or blouse. Wear with your favourite jeans to add a pop of colour and depth to your outfit.

Scarf Styling

As a headband | To add some texture and colour to a bag | Around the neck to add colour to an all-black outfit

For more scarf inspiration, see how blogger Gili Biegun elevated her winter scarf for London Fashion Week here.

Have you entered our competition to win a Bella Singleton scarf yet? There’s still some time left to win one of her wearable art scarves here.

by Deni

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