6 More Ways to Wear Your Summer Scarves (Pt. 2)

by HULA , July 29, 2020

 

We’re back by popular demand to show you new and innovative ways to utilise your favourite accessories to the best of their abilities. Being sustainable with fashion means getting the most out of your garments. There is an abundance of ways to use timeless items giving outfit repeating a whole new edge. Here at HULA we encourage our shoppers to shop sustainably and through this new series we hope to inspire you to be a little more adventurous with your items. For part 2 of this series, we explore 6 more scarf tying methods giving a more mature flare on the popular scarf trend. The opportunities are endless…

 

 

THE BIRKIN KNOT

One of the most simple yet effective scarf-tying techniques adding that extra flare to your everyday bag. This will work with almost any bag albeit a Birkin, as we all know, suits a Hérmes scarf beautifully!

Hermes See By Chloé Gucci
Hermès

 

 

THE BOUJEE BRACELET

Accessorising is always key and can either make or break an outfit. This subtle yet fabulous way to tie a scarf adds a subtle pop of colour to any outfit. Pair it with an all black work look for an added sparkle of sophistication or dressed down with your fave supper beach dress.

Alexander McQueen 3.1 Phillip Lim Miu Miu
Emilio Pucci Michael Kors Chanel

 

 

BELT IT

A great summer twist to add to your fave jeans or trousers. This simple technique will spice up any outfit adding a much needed pop of colour to a simple outfit. If you tend to stay away from bold colours and loud print this is a great and simple way to start. 

 

Chanel Prada Hermès

 

Céline Guiseppe Zanotti

 

THE 1950S VINTAGE HEADSCARF

This look originally took shape within French Upper-class. They would use a printed silk scarf to cover their hair after having visited the salon or (and better yet) to hide a greasy/bad hair day! Audrey Hepburn is notorious for rocking this timeless look too!

 

Diane Von Furstenberg Bally Hermès
Louis Vuitton Chanel

 

 

THE SUMMER NECK SCARF

Mix together a cowgirl and an air stewardess and you’ll come across this awesome look. A chic way to dress up any outfit especially in the warmer months. TOP TIP: use a smaller scarf to avoid it bunching around your neck too much. 

 

Salvatore Ferragamo J.W. Anderson Kotur
Salvatore Ferragamo Kotur

 

 

THE HAIR TIE 

Adding an extra kick of visual interest to a summer maxi dress, this is a prefect (and practical) way to tie a beautiful printed silk scarf. A nice alternative to a scrunchie or hair clip, this soft accessory will enhance a simple look adding an extra level of elegance. 

TIBI Hermès Nancy Gonzalez

 

 

So there you have it! The Marry Poppins bag of accessory. xxx

 

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