The 2000's trend of scarf tying has officially made its comeback. Reworking a scarf as a top is one of the most popular trends of the summer. With these 7 inspiring outfits, scarfs will be your new go-to wardrobe piece to beat the summer's heat. There's a never-ending list of ways to wear a scarf! Let HULA inspire you with tying techniques.
Back to BasicsSimply tying a scarf around your body in a triangle shape is the perfect chic look for the summer, especially when you pair it with a pair of straight jeans and neon pumps.
Vintage Couture Think French vintage couture. Tye the graphic scarf in front and pair it with a pair of high-waisted shorts, a light jacket and of course your favorite strappy pumps.
Maison Martin Margiela
The Cargo PantThis long Hermés scarf is perfect to wrap around your body and tie it in the back, serving as a bandeau! This outfit is perfect for a night out, of course we love a good cargo pant.
90's BabyAnd you thought the denim overall trend was done with...think again! This Louis Vuitton scarf is perfect to tie around your head as a headband, pair it with your favorite denim overalls and small shoulder bag. This outfit screams 90's and hardly gets cooler than Aaliyah.
Marc By Marc Jacobs
Dolce & Gabbana
Caribbean Resort SeasonThe glories of vacation, the sun, sand, and sea. A resort palette starts with shades of orange, yellow and purple. This fuchsia languid silk dress is a HULA favorite. Wanting to cover up your salty beach waves? This is your easiest option, fold your square scarf into a triangle and tie the two corners under your hair, and leave the third corner loose!
The Little White DressThe difference a cinched waist can make! Swap out your belt for a scarf, it adds a pop of color to your outfit and unexpectedly will make your basic outfit look so much more polished. So easy. So chic.
Date Night with LouisThis outfit is the perfect for a date night with your girls or hubby. Take a large scarf and wrap it around your neck, grab the two ends of the scarf and cross them at your chest. Finish off by tying the two ends around your waist to give you an effortless classy halter neck top.