Let's begin with the timeless "Classic Scarf" look (above). The most popular way to wear a scarf is, of course, around the neck.
This style involves a simple wrap and overlap at the front, but the result is a stunning burst of vibrant colours, guaranteed to bring life to any colour-blocked outfit, such as a suit, or pattern-free neutrals.
Bygone are the days a scarf singularly adorns the neck. The second look is all about tying a scarf around your head. It looks classier than it sounds!
Fold your scarf in succession until you’ve created a long, thin, rectangular band. Take the thin strip and wrap it around the base of your head. Hold the tail ends in front of you. The ends should be the same length.
Combine the ends together so they overlap at the top of your forehead. Knot and twist the ends as you bring them to the back of your head.
To secure the scarf, tie a knot and tuck in any excess material into the back, or let it hang. Now you have a decidedly bold head band.
This one is a bit unconventional, but rectangular scarves like this make an excellent choker-type necklace.
This can be a stylish and unique fashion statement. Here's how to do it: Lay the scarf flat and fold it in half lengthwise, possibly twice, so it forms a thinner strip.
Gently wrap the folded scarf around your neck, positioning it like a choker. Tuck in the loose ends. Et voila.
And while we’re on the subject of jewellery, let’s move to the wrist. This unconventional way of accessorising brings an artistic touch, offering a delightful contrast to the conventional bracelet.
Wrap it delicately around your wrist, knot it with a flourish, and let the colours and patterns make a statement.
Whether you're dressing up for a special occasion or adding a dash of style to your everyday attire, this might be your ticket to adding that distinctive, colourful flair that’s a little different.
Make that old handbag new again with a favourite silk.
Customise your clutch by knotting silk on the strap's base. For a dramatic touch, let the hems cascade. For a polished look, tie a bow around one handle.
This simple addition bridges the gap between bag and outfit, creating a harmonious and stylish ensemble, especially where the outfit and bag may not pair as well together naturally.
Here we're revisiting a classic, but with a stylish twist. While it might not be the most shocking tie, the beauty lies in the subtleties.
Leaving the ends to frill and float adds an extra dash of pizzazz. It's like an elaborate giant bow tie, making it an artful statement in itself.
Traditional, with a touch of bowtie flair. It’s also super easy. Just make a bow like you’ve been doing for years with your shoelaces!
Turn up your hair game by tying a silk scarf around your ponytail. It's not just a stylish accessory; it can also create the illusion of longer locks.
For a touch of bohemian chic, let those scarf tails flow freely in your hair. You can choose to make long, flowing ties for that carefree vibe, or tie it up in a bow around your hair elastic for a more polished look.
This simple addition is a versatile way to add a pop of colour and a dash of individuality to your hairstyle, whether you're aiming for a relaxed or refined look. They both work.