Credit | Alexandra Dieck
The return of the scarfs into the wardrobe of the fashionista signals temperature change. Raise the temps of your OOTD by using scarfs as accent.
Heyya ladies, what’s up? Scarfs, apparently are returning to the wardrobe of many people as temps drop. Even if it’s not chilly but being a tropical gal, the prolonged pour has made me want to curl in a blanket, but then, the humidity comes and all I want is to be wearing the skimpiest of things.
With scarfs in general, you get to carry a piece of fabric you can toss aside (as in tie to your purse or your hair) when your neck begs for reprieve. The weather fluctuates and the scarf proves to be a versatile accent to your OOTD. Wearing a neutral ensemble? Great, throw a patterned scarf around your neck, tie it whimsically and there you, a POP of color and print.
Neck is sweaty and needs freedom from said scarf? Tie it in your hair. Use it like a glam hair tie or hairband. Head gets hot? Well, accessorize your bag with the scarf, then! Get adventurous and depending on the length of your scarf and the diameter of your thigh, you can also ribbon it up around your limb! Of course, check back in with your accepted sense of dressing and if a scarf around your thigh screams out-of-your-age bracket, don’t do it!
Anyway, if you’re already psyched up with all the diverse ways you can put a scarf on your OOTD and slay, no sit back, relax and enjoy grabbing quick style points from the lookbookers who are masters at scarf styling.
♥ | Kiko
Well, which look with the scarf is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!
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