To play with this trend, you need to invest in a larger scarf than the one you’ve been using to hold your hair back because you need enough material to wrap it around your neck. Otherwise, it will fall off all day and end up draped around your shoulders (although that’s also a super cute look).
Trust us, it may take a little bit of inner confidence to start wearing this look, but you’re not going back once you try.
It’s a rare fashion moment that inspires hearts to swoon with sartorial envy and offers practical value.
If you wake up with oily hair, bring out the headscarf, and problem solved.
If you need to slip through crowds incognito, drape your headscarf over your head, and you’re hidden.
If you wake up feeling uninspired, throw on your headscarf, and head out the door looking like you’re straight off the Milan runway.
However, we say there is only ONE reason you need to wear this trend: You will have the effortless energy of a young starlet on the preface of icon status, especially if you pair it with oversized sunglasses.
To look like the second coming of Elizabeth Taylor at the bookshop, pick up one of these silk scarfs.
Subtitled Tropicana Silky Head Scarf, $29.95, The Iconic.
Leo Lin La Casa Scarf, $114.60, The Iconic.
Wildflower Scarf, $34.50, Gorman.
Asos Design Headlscarf, $12.00, Asos.