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We love scarves for so many reasons, besides the fact that they add a lot of pop to our outfit and that they can keep us warm! One of the best things about scarves is that they can be utilized in so many different ways aside from being worn around the neck. Not sure what we mean? No problem! Personal style blogger, Styled by Kaiye , found some creative ways to use this beautiful Spring Roses Wool Scarf. Check it out!
Wearing a scarf over your shoulders is one of the best ways to spice up and outfit while providing a touch of modesty. It’s also a great way to show off a scary with an especially unique or intricate pattern. Haven’t you ever tied a scarf around your neck and wanted to really show off every aspect of the beautiful accessory? Wearing it over your shoulders is the perfect way to do so! It’s also a great way to add a little warmth on a slightly breezy day; Definitely more chic than a predictable cardigan. And just think of how elegant you will look as the gentle wind creates movement through the scarf.
Tied to a handbag
Handbags. We ladies tend to spend a lot of money for a quality handbag that will add style to our wardrobe and hold up over time. But sometimes we also want a bit of variety. Also, we want something a little flashier instead of the plain classic options. Even though buying a more timeless piece makes more sense, the trendy seems to win out and we spend those hard earned dollars on a bag that will go out of style faster than you can stuff it. So, what’s the solution? Tying a beautiful scarf to your handbag! Not only does this jazz up a traditional bag, it is also a less expensive option for following your whim when it comes to each passing trend. Be as trendy as you want; without the guilt!
As a Belt
For some reason a belt is an accessory that seems to have an inherently masculine quality. Sure, they can be sleek and can definitely put together an outfit when combined with appropriate feminine pieces, but they also seem to have a very…stiff quality. There’s no movement in a tradition belt. No frill. But, wearing a beautiful scarf as a belt will not only take care of that rigid quality, it can also be a great way to turn an otherwise simple outfit just a tad bit sassy while staying very classy. There’s no need to add several accessories when you’re “belt” is a colorful, attention grabbing piece in itself: Making the scarf not only a striking belt option, but also a quick one.
What are some of your favorite ways to wear a scarf that isn’t around the neck? Tell us about it in the comments below!