There’s no denying that silk scarves are one of the chicest fashion accessories of all time.
These days, celebrities and influencers alike have been spotted wearing gorgeous silk scarves in many creative ways - sporting them as headscarves, tops, and everything in between.
We’ve rounded a list of the best ways to style your new, silky scarf so you can also live your dreams and feel like a celebrity!
The Popular Bandana
If you’re having a bad hair day or just not feeling up to it, you can always copy one of Lizzie McGuire’s signature styles - the bandanna. This is the easier and chicest option for such days.
Simply fold a square headscarf in half diagonally, then tie the two opposite ends under your hair and leave the third corner loose. You’re good to go!
The Twisted Headband
If you’re from the 2010s, you probably remember the twisted headband as one of the popular ways of wearing a silk scarf. You’d be happy to know that it's still the best way to get into the trend.
After all, Rihanna approves of it - and whatever trend she rocks, we’d shamelessly copy it!
Doing a silk scarf headband on your own could take a while. However, once you’ve mastered the art, you’ll see that it’s the easiest morning fix for messy hair.
A Cutesy Scarf Top
In 2020, silk scarves were an excellent backup for face masks, and since last year, they’re also working overtime as a top for the hot girl’s summer!
This DIY trend is pretty easy to follow and has even received the approval of Kylie Jenner and Olivia Culpo.
All you need to do is fold a square silk scarf in half diagonally, tie the two opposite ends on your backside, and you’re done!
The Silk Belt
Want to revamp an old dress? Or add a touch of color to your plain jeans and button-down shirt? The silk scarf will be your savior.
To make a silk scarf belt, fold the scarf into the shape of a belt, wrap it through pant or jean belt loops, and knot it in front.
If you’re wearing a dress, you can use an anchor chain scarf ring to secure the scarf (take notes from Lily Aldridge!)
A Chic Neck Tie
Silk scarves have always been synonymous with elegance - and this French method is proof of that. With this tie, you can create a chic look and give your plain outfit a creative touch effortlessly, as Beyoncé did in Haunted.
Drape the silk neck scarf around your neck, with one short side and one long. Make a knot on the collar using both sides and adjust the wavy lines on the longer side as you like.
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