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Spring's Biggest Accessory: The Head Scarf

Spring’s Biggest Accessory: The Head Scarf

| On 27, Aug 2014

The trend gods have spoken; head scarves have got Spring style all tied up.

Sleek, commanding and a bold statement, head scarves adorned every model’s head at the Armani Privé Spring 2014 show. Whilst at the Giambattista Valli Fall 2014 show, distinctly 60’s, crisp, white head scarves were paired with fur coats, billowing gowns and flirty, 50’s silhouettes.

Take it from runway to real way with our street style inspiration. As shown below the head scarf can be a bold statement or a simple accessory; the choice is yours. No need to settle on one look, headscarves have unlimited ways of styling for every occasion, outfit and mood. Wear it thick or thin; twisted or tied; front, centre or back; printed or plain, dramatic or simple; boho, retro or modern. If that hasn’t convinced you, not only can head scarves stylishly disguise any number of mane issue,s a head scarf will also keep you comfortable as well as stylish throughout the warmer months.

Experiment with styles, patterns, shapes and sizes by making your own head scarf from fabric or last seasons unwanted printed clothing. Rummage op shops and your grandma’s closet for dainty vintage scarves or purchase one of the many styles popping up in the chain stores. Opt for light, fluid fabrics with enough length to get around your head plus some extra room for knots, bows and twists. So channel your inner Audrey and get wrapping, knotting, tucking, folding and tying.

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