Specifically, the little head/accessory scarves that have been SO in lately! In recent years accessory trends have been traveling their way back into time! First with the scrunchie and now with cute little scarves that can be worn in so many different ways, and today I thought I’d show you a few of the ways I wear my own favorite scarf! (And yes, OF COURSE, it’s a leopard one 👀)
The Purse Scarf
Okay I’d like to start by saying that this is 100% truthfully a look that I wear and wear often! I had one scarf wrapped around my favorite purse for an entire year! I love it that much!
With the purse scarf, (which is just a regular scarf tied around a purse), it takes a simple purse and elevates it into something more intricate and with just a simple tie! It may seem like someone wearing one of these is a real fashionista with special methods, but really it’s the simplest maneuver!
(Please count how many times you see the word “simple” and put it in the comments haha!)
All you do is take the scarf of you choice and wrap it around the handle or strap of your bag and voila!! You can either choose to let the scarf hang over the side of your bag as I do or tie it up in a tight bow, but either, way it will add the cutest touch to your bag!
The Scarf Pony
This look is one of the cutest and one of my favorite, although I don’t wear it as much as I should! The half up half down look is a classic one that will never go out of business, plain and simple. But if you’re looking for a way to add some fun into your look while still keeping that hair out of your face, tie a little scarf around that ponytail!
Usually, the scarf cannot hold the ponytail up on its own, so it is necessary to do your ponytail with your normal tying device first before wrapping your scarf around it, but this is also depending on hair type. Some can get away with popping on a scarf and going.
Alright we saved the hardest for last! For a great statement or standout to an otherwise plain look you can always add a scarf to spruce it up! This headband style is one of the original uses for scarves like these and it doesn’t disappoint.
This look is nothing more than wrapping the scarf around your head and tying it at the top, however, the tricky part is the placement and what to do with the flaps once you’ve tied it! I usually like to tie mine in a half bow so that it isn’t too big or small and won’t flap into my face. With this I also like to offset the knot to the side of my head and that usually eliminates any possible scarf to eyeball scenarios!
Whether they’re on your head or in your hands, scarves are a hot trick to add to your summer look!
Other ways to wear scarves:
- Wrist tie
- Belt (longer scarves necessary)
- Neck tie