There are easier ways to dress up outfits. These are some of them.
THE 90'S SILK
Tie up your scarf into that familiar bandana head wrap for an elegant edgy look. Because silk doesn't hold structure like a bandana, tuck the ends of the scarf into itself.
THE OVERSIZED SCRUNCHIE
Wrap the scarf around your bun and tuck the ends into itself. Tying the scarf around your bun gives the illusion of more volume.
THE SCRUNCHIE WITH THE FLAIR
For a more fun look from the prior look, keep the ends of the scarf loose and long from the bun. Just do a simple knot around the bun!
THE TOP KNOT
If you like keeping your hair down, but like the knots and bows, fold your scarf in half into a triangle, and fold up the scarf. Put the folded scarf under your hair and wrap it up onto the top to tie up the ends into a double knot.
For a more simpler and clean look, do the opposite of the prior look, but instead of tying the edges, tuck them into the scarf.
SCARF c/o Coutourist NYC
TOP c/o Charlotte Russe
WATCH c/o Daniel Wellington
PANTS Fashion Nova
I'm currently partaking in the one scarf, thirty looks challenge by Coutourist, and I just wanted to show you all that scarves don't always have to be worn around the neck. They're so versatile and can be styled in much more ways than you can think! How do you style your scarves? And how would you style a Coutourist scarf? To get a scarf of your own to style, visit Coutourist and use my code DIZINED for $10 off your entire purchase. Let me know in the comments below!