There’s nothing we love more than adding a beautiful, flowy scarf to our look – especially now that it’s fall. For many people, just because it’s fall doesn’t mean that the temperature is dropping any time soon. It also doesn’t mean that it is going to stop us from using a scarf as an accessory to our looks. A few fashion blogger’s agreed with us! Take a look at some fun ways to add a lightweight scarf to your look.
Fashion Blogger, Lisa Loparo of The Most Happy, has a fresh way to wear this Multicolor Abstract Print Scarf without having to bundle up. Added to a black skirt and solid colored top, a bright, patterned scarf can bring a vibrant twist to a classic look. This is a great way to utilize your favorite, lightweight scarves year-round. Casually draped open around the neck is an especially fitting way to wear a scarf during those warm summer months. Or even when vacationing in the most tropical of locations.
Lisa’s pairing of this scarf and outfit also allows for her to look completely clean and put together without having to use a lot of other accessories. The scarf does it all by adding color, texture, movement, and even a modern touch with an attention-grabbing pattern. With all of that added to an ensemble with just one piece, there is very little need for other flashy accessories; making this one easy way to put together an outfit in a flash.
Fashion artist, Sera Brand, definitely knows how to achieve the most eye catching, yet seemingly effortless looks with just a few gorgeously unique pieces. In this look Sera proves that mixing patterns is not always a no-no. Done correctly, two patterns can completely complement each other while adding an element of individuality to your style. Her Floral Paisley Silk Scarf compliments her colorful dress in the most wonderfully distinct way.
The scarf Sera is wearing also carries the flowy, free characteristic of the sleeves of the dress throughout the entire outfit. This gives the entire ensemble that carefree, floating vibe while still being able to accentuate the waist with the fitted features seen throughout the rest of the dress: Making this a spectacular way to get the Bohemian look without having to hide your figure.