How to wear scarves according to instagram - Part 3
Turn your scarf into a top
To create this look you need a scarf that is at least 65cm wide.you can wear it alone in summer or combine it with a turtleneck in winter.
Have you seen that beautiful DIANE VON FURSTENBERG scarf top? You can get inspired and create similar look at home with little DIY work. A Lightweight scarf makes a great summer top.
I tried to create this look myself ( and I can't sew, luckily NAROSIB scarves are hand rolled by experienced artisans and not me!)
While DVF top consists of two square scarves, you can create a backless version with only one scarf.
@whowhatwear considers scarves as every fashion girl's BFF this summer. They show some innovative ways of wearing this cool trend.
@tonsurtonconsultoria makes the scarf-top look even more practical by wearing it on a white T-shirt. Creative!
you can create this look with a little DIY work at home ( no sewing machine needed)
Well that's it for the the scarf-top look! Now go get creative and a bit of yourself to your outfit.See you soon in the next post ;-)
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