Article by Ghintare Survilaite
Accessorizing your outfit is one of the best ways to personalize it and stand out from the crowd even wearing pretty regular clothing items. It’s not expensive either… of course, if you’re not a pashmina fan. You can choose from a high variety of scarves, having different textures, prints and fabrics to suit your wardrobe all year long.
So here we have the winter scarves to keep us warm during the cold season. You can wear them in a loose tie style, with the ends hanging at your front or wrapped around your neck… you can also choose fur (fake) to keep you warm. You can always pair a spring scarf with a winter coat, remember the “No rules” rule?
You can add some happiness to your outfit by wearing your favorite color scarf. You can wear it even with your business outfit and match it with your lipstick or nail polish, you don’t have to be as grey as all your other colleagues… be the one who brings some color to a boring office atmosphere.
And here’s the famous Russian print scarf. When I was little, it used to be a must have among grannies … and now, it’s a fashion trend and I love it, you just need to have a bit of imagination to pair it with the right items. I would wear it with a leather jacket, a white t-shirt, skinny jeans and high heels for a classy chic style or even sneakers for a casual trendy style. Plaid scarf and animal print shoes, nice choice And of course animal print scarves, you can wear them to add that little something to your outfit, or you can mix them with printed trousers (flower print let’s say)… wear a plain top though. If you want a scarf that enhances your clothes with a luxurious look and adds elegance to your outfit, the silk scarf is the perfect way to go.
If you want to try something different in terms of fashion, here are some ways to play with this item and wear it as a hair accessory. You can wear it as a summer accessory adding a bit of jazz to your style or use it to cover your head on a bad hair day Choose a nice print or color to match your outfit and you’ll have a look to catch the eyes photos from: ehow.com; buttercuptrend.blogspot.it; weheartit.com; teenvogue.com