Different Types of Scarves
Get ultra-chic and style up your wardrobe with a simple addition of a scarf. A majority of women immediately imagine the traditional wrap scarf when thinking about scarves. However, fashion styles in scarves offer a variety of options with a number of designs that stand above the rest.
Here is a look at four types of designs in scarves and the many ways they can be used to add a dash of fun to your wardrobe.
Traditional and indubitably debonair, square scarves are classy in silk and bring volume or fashionably understated taste with a cleverly done knot. Wear a square scarf in a classy knot with a continental necked button down shirt under sweater top or pullover, knee length Aline skirt or trousers matched with a stunning pair of stilettos or ankle boots.
Alternatively square scarves can be used as loose throw overs in the cowgirl or side knot for quick easy additions to day looks. Worn over fitted silhouettes or with flair dresses or skirts, the easy to tie side knot is a classic way to upgrade to clever and tasteful fashion.
Sleek and totally divine, the ever glamorous addition to the fashionista diva look is the oblong scarf. Produced in a variety of fabrics and prints, these dainty pieces transform every day wear with innovative and posh approaches to create a definitive look. Use a regular oblong scarf tied as a necktie to make an ideal accompaniment to office wear or for up-market meetings or elegant brunches with friends.
Bring your V-neck sweater top or office suit alive with an oblong scarf, or embrace the hip student look with a tee under pinafore dress over leggings and neck tie scarf.
Typical in cashmere, the prototypical wrap has been around for centuries. Simply loop it around your neck European style or let it hang loose in a cowl neck, wraps come with infinite possibilities to reinvent your signature look.
Let it hang over your shoulders down to your elbows to match your little black cocktail dress for an elegant evening out, or loop it over long sleeve top over leather or denim leggings for street chic cuteness.
Incredibly versatile, the sarong can be worn as a skirt, or cover up look for a fashionable and effortless resort or holiday style. String it around your waist for a sensual paero drape skirt style, or wrap it bandeau or halter style for full body cover.
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