10 creative ways to wear a scarf
Dress up a casual T with a thin, over-one-shoulder scarf. Find a double-wrap or wide belt to keep it secure. Tip: Opt for a thin (think silk) scarf to avoid bulk.
Original pin by Maria Medik from streetpeeper.com
Use a brooch or embellished clip to pin a scarf over a white tank or blouse.
Original pin by Linda Maitland from streetpeeper.com
A pop of color
Have fun with a polka-dot pattern. While you're at it, pick up small undertones from other accessories (like green heels).
Original pin by Leticia Badillo and shared as own
Roll or fold a thin silk scarf length-wise (so it wraps around your waist) and knot it for a chic update to a tried 'n true brown belt.
Original pin by Sunny Kara from Elle.com
As a feminine touch
Casually tie your scarf in lieu of a necklace for a flirty look.
Original pin by Monica Rolling from Vogue.com
A Sunday essential
Brunch in the city or vintage shopping on Portobello Road? A haphazard scarf updates any weekend look.
Original pin by Isabel Plüger from TheStyleograph.com
Opt for an oversized double wrap scarf in a summery material such as linen. Tip: Choose a tribal print from Theodora & Callum.
Original pin by Katie Whitman from UK-StreetStyle-Tumblr.com
Try a monochromatic look by experimenting with different textures. Stay within the same color family (like camel) and pair a rough waffle scarf with a demure topcoat. Add a little edge—did you see the knit panda pocket detail?
Original pin by Nana from Yae-tokyolife.tumblr
Go big or go home: Comfy & oversized
Opt for a large plush circle scarf (no tying necessary) for an insta-chic outfit pick-me-up.
Original pin by Nilüfer Kayaduman Çolak from StyleSaint.com
Get your faux (fur) on
A new take on a classic fur stole is a quick way to add a bit of glam to your spring overcoat. No need to buy the real thing. Retailers such as Ann Taylor and H&M have low-cost options.
Original pin by Vogue Spain from Vogue.es