How to wear scarves according to instagram - Part 1
Scarves are quintessential accessories that have been favoured by some of the most remarkable women through history. These simple fashion accessories can magically add a touch of elegance to the simplest outfits.
But we often forget how versatile they are. I sometimes wonder how many precious silk or cashmere scarves around the world are kept carefully in boxes covered by thick layers of dust.
If you think “I am not the silk scarf type “or “the cabin crew look is not for me” and you own several scarves given to you as gifts but you don’t know what to do with them, then stay with me!
I love colourful printed scarves and have been collecting them long before I launch my line on Narosib, but I often find myself wearing them the usual way, around my neck. So, I turned to some of my favourite accounts on Instagram who rock the scarf style to get inspired and try alternative methods of incorporating scarves into my outfit.
Here you find the first part of an Instagram inspired guide to wear scarves in all seasons and climates.
Turn your scarf into head accessory
Scarves as head accessories are a big trend seen everywhere on Instagram for practical reasons. A great way to add a dash of colour to your ponytail or stop the itchy bites of hair touching your face when you want to get on with your work.
@notblair turns the scarf into a hair accessory
@therealreal showcasing a preloved silk scarf turned into a hat-scrunchie kind of accessory if you call it
Heart Evangelista using a silk scarf as a hair scrunchie
Melissa Cook @missysueblog whom I love for her creative hair styling videos even has a tutorial showing how to tie a scarf into your braids or what she calls “ topsy tail pony” a super cool summer look.
@sister_mag has created a How-To tutorial for creating 5 modern summer hairstyles featuring scarves
Allison Depriestre Makeup @allisondepmuah created this cool look with using a scarf in her hair bun
@ditasoder adds a little dash of colour to her elegant monochrome white outfit
Princess Anne in the 70s as shown on @youmagazine . her scarf as hair band matches her collar
@glamthug looks polished wearing a scarf as headband
The infamous Carrie Bradshaw knew her way very well around the accessories captured by @everyoutfitonsatc
Gigihadid makes the scarf as head piece look like a beach must have
Danielle Bernstein @weworewhat rocking the scarf hair accessory trend
According to The Sunday Times Style @Theststyle silk scarves aka the queens’s favourite accessory are currently on trend
Valentine Vanesse @hellovalentine styles her scarves the Parisian way
Next time , we will look into other creative ways of wearing scarves, stay tuned!
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