The silk scarf trend has certainly taken off and with good reason—it’s a super versatile addition to your wardrobe. The great thing about scarves is that they can work in myriad ways and can add a stylish touch to any outfit or glam up an otherwise simple hairstyle. It can also instantly transform a look in just a few seconds so is a great go-to accessory to have during those times when an ensemble just doesn’t feel “finished”. If you’re thinking of adding one to your shopping list it’s definitely worth the splurge as you’ll most certainly be able to wear it numerous times (I know I love mine!). And ff you’ve already got one then here are five ways to wear it this season and beyond…and the best bit is each look is a cinch to pull off.
Check out five easy ways you can wear a scarf today:
1. Wear one as a neckerchief
2. Use it as a hair tie it around a ponytail
3. Wear it turban-style the next time you go to the beach
4. Style it like a headband
5. Elevate a bun into a totally chic hairstyle
As fair as styling my hair goes I’m a big fan of anything that’s quick and easy. That’s why the current beauty trend towards fashioning scarves into a hair accessory resonates so well with me—it’s simple to do and it instantly feels on trend (and as an added bonus it’s a great way to hide dirty locks when you just can’t be bothered dealing it). As Emily Ratajkowski to model of the moment Kaia Gerber and fashion blogger extraordinaire Nicole Warne demonstrate there are myriad ways to style a scarf. You could wear it as a headband for a look with a vintage feel to using it as a stylish hair tie for a ‘do that looks instantly cool. And the best bit? Jumping aboard this trend requires minimal hair styling skills so if you’re a little challenged in that department you can most definitely still try this look at home. If your scarves are currently gathering dust in the back of your closet this is a great way to extend their wear and give them a new lease on life plus it’s an inexpensive way to update a look. What’s not to love about that?