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  • Top Tips

    • The best silk scarves look like they’ve been borrowed from your grandmother. Reach for archival prints: paisley, vintage florals, polka dots, classic stripes, gingham check. 
    • Think of a scarf as a piece of jewellery and knot it around your neck to create a statement neckline. 
    • Fold a square scarf into a triangle and wear it bandana-style to disguise bad hair days, or take it on holiday and use it to protect your scalp in the sun. 

    The Silk Scarf

    If you haven’t tried a silk scarf before, consider this your opportunity. The vintage accessory has been given a new lease of life this spring, thanks to designers championing it on the catwalks. At Versace, the house’s signature baroque-print foulards were tied bandana-style on heads, while Balenciaga channelled Balmoral-chic, with monogrammed scarves knotted at the chin. The Row, Salvatore Ferragamo and Armani also made a case for silky squares. Harking back to the 1920s, this styling touch has some serious endurance, and we love how it can be used to effortlessly inject print and colour into your wardrobe. 

    Edited by Laura Words by Frankie

    Top Tips

    • Elevate your everyday hairstyles by braiding a long scarf into your plait or knotting it around the hair tie of your ponytail. 
    • A colourful scarf will amp up a neutral outfit, while designer logo styles add an elevating touch to basics. 
    • Give your jeans an update by running a printed scarf through your belt loops and tying it at the front. 



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