As we’re hitting the colder time of the year, a scarf is my favorite accessory to wear. They’re easy to carry and add a pop to any old outfit.
So imagine my delight when I found this mesmerizing video on 25 different ways you can wear a scarf! This tutorial is taught by youtuber wendyslookbook and is so fun and easy to watch and learn!
Special props to the editor and cameraman for taking this beyond just another homemade Youtube video.
Check out the video for yourself!
Which is your favorite way to wear a scarf?
The tricky thing about living in California is you have to account for the fickle weather. One minute it’s sunny, the next minute it’s windy. Nighttimes and early mornings will leave you tingling and noontime brings out the sweat. So what do you do? Well, if you’re constantly on the move like me, you can pack along a lightweight scarf like this IZESX Gauze in Fleur De Lis print. I can stay warm while not bulking up on heavy layers and look cute. It’s compact so it’ll fit in my purse and I can bust it out whenever I feel a little chilly. California weather, I am going to conquer you!
A scarf can add a touch of sophistication to just about any outfit. Whether you’re rocking jeans and a T-shirt or a little black dress, a scarf is the best accessory to make an outfit stand out in the crowd without being over the top.
Like every one of Rachel Park’s scarves, the multi print silk scarf with fringe is uniquely designed with vibrant colors and a lively pattern. The great thing about any Rachel Park scarf is its versatility. You can wear it as a belt, a headband, or (the good old fashioned way) around the neck.
The silky texture of this scarf makes it a very classic piece and has a place in any fashionista’s wardrobe.
The scarf — like the boot — has officially transcended seasons. No longer just a cold weather staple, scarves now decorate every outfit from cutoffs and tanks, to sequined party dresses.
Accessory line Otrera is famous for their handsewn silk scarves, and especially for their “Evil Eye” print. The print originates from the Greek isle of Mykonos. In fact, the line gets its name from the Greek warrior goddess of the same name.
Get Otrera’s nude handsewn “Hamsa” silk scarf at AudreyShops.