Unique Ways to Use your Silk Scarf
Posted by LAILA REGALADO
Unique Ways to Use Your Silk Scarf
A silk scarf is an accessory that never goes out of style (quite literally).
You can effortlessly flaunt your printed silk scarf as a part of your outfit or an adornment for your handbag in any season or occasion.
Luckily, these aren’t the only ways to style silk scarves.
Here are some unique ways to use your silk scarf:
Want to give your outfit a voguish look? Drape your silk scarf around it.
All you need to do is fold your silk scarf in two (diagonally), pin the top end behind your collar, and secure the middle of the scarf to your shirt with a classy belt. That’s it!
Tip: To pull off this look, choose a plain white (or neutral-toned) shirt and pair it with a printed silk scarf.
Use It As A Corset
Silk scarf corsets are a trend that keeps coming and going. They became quite popular amongst millennials after being worn by the likes of Kylie Jenner.
A silk scarf corset is quite easy to do and can be worn with or without an innerpiece. Just fold your silk scarf diagonally, tie it at your back, and then drape it over your chest to ensure it sits perfectly on your body.
Wear It As A Collar Tie
This is officially one of the best ways to spice up a plain collar shirt and make a style statement.
Simply fold up your scarf and tie it underneath your collar to pull off this look. You can tie it in a bow or leave the ends loose for a more chic look.
Style It As A Choker
Another unique way to wear a silk scarf is to tie it around your neck like a choker, giving a girl scout and grungy vibe.
Start by folding your silk scarf into a triangle and then roll it up. Wrap it around your neck, and secure it with a small knot on the front side. That’s pretty much it.
Tip: Opt for the necklace effect if you have a long silk scarf. Wrap the longer end twice around your neck and leave the other end loosely on the side.
Wrap It Around Your Wrist
You probably haven’t thought about it, but a silk scarf can double as jewelry if you wrap it around your wrist.
You’ll need a slim silk scarf or a small square scarf folded into a triangle and twisted into a thin silhouette for this technique. Simply wrap it around your wrist and tie a knot to achieve a soft bracelet-like look.
Tie It On The Brim Of Your Hat
Want to give your hat a festive look this holiday season? A printed silk scarf will do the trick!
Simply take a vintage silk scarf, twist it into a thin silhouette and tie it on the brim of your hat, like a headband. The result? A super chic look!
Now that you’ve mastered the art of styling silk scarves, it’s time to buy one too.
Check out Laila Regalado’s collection of designer silk scarves today!