Dressing For Your Hair Color: A Guide

Dressing for your hair color is one of the best ways to show off what your Mumma gave you!

Whether you are a beautiful brunette, or a sizzling red head, we all have unique coloring that makes certain colors look incredible on us. Similarly, our hair color often means that certain colors can be unflattering on us.

Ready to learn about dressing for your hair color? Read on for our guide that will have you dressing like a total queen!

The Best Clothes For Blonde Hair


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Beach blonde bombshell Kate Upton slays in red.

Blonde babes will know that there are a huge spectrum of tones in the blonde-sphere! These range from Gwen Stefani platinum, to Cara Delevigne mocha.

So sit down and grab a mirror: it’s time to see whether you are a warm blonde or a cool blonde.

Cool Blonde Hair

Cool blonde hair is characterized by ‘cool’ undertones, such as gray or blue. Examples of cool blonde hair tones include ash blonde, ice blonde and silver blonde.


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Jennifer Lawrence’s icy blonde is a great example of cool toned blonde hair..

Your Perfect Clothing Colors

Pastel hued tones are your best friend! Indulge in your sweet side with an array of baby blue, lilac and pink. If you fancy trying out red, opt for red tones with cool undertones.

What about dressing for your hair color for the evening or for an event? Metallics will look incredible with your hair hue, especially silver.

Avoid reds and oranges with too many warm undertones, as these may wash you out.


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Warm Blonde Hair

Much unlike cool blonde hair, warm blonde hair has sizzling warm undertones. Warm blonde hair includes honey blonde, yellow blonde, strawberry blonde and golden blonde.


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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s warm-hued beach blonde is to die for.

Your Perfect Clothing Colors

Go bold and sizzle in hot red, peach or coral. Jewel tones will look equally as incredible with your skintone and Khaki was practically made for you!

Unlike your cool-toned sisters, pastels will make your hair appear ‘brassy’. Instead, opt for bolder blues and turquoise shades.

Both black and white look incredible on all blonde haired ladies.


Mixed print scarf and mystic branches wool scarf

The Best Clothes For Brunette Hair

Brunette hair is known for being rich and full. Despite this, every brunette is different and the colors that suit you depend on a combination of your hair tone and your skin tone. This means that dressing for your hair color is vital.

Warm toned skin has green or yellow undertones, whereas cool toned skin has blue or pink undertones.

Confused? We got you! Check out our guide on how to choose the right color for your skin tone.

Brunettes With Warm Toned Skin


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Warm hued Jessica Alba knows that jade is her color.

Warm hued brunette beauties should opt for bronzes, burnt oranges, mochas and sage greens. Anything quintessentially Fall will look incredible with both your skin and hair color.

If you are after a more vibrant hue, try apple green, peach or yellow.

Solid color scarf and artistic print silk scarf

Brunettes With Cool Toned Skin


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Liv Tyler looks striking in deep blue with contrasting red pops.

Those with pale skin or brunette-black hair are in danger of looking washed out.

Keep your palette rich and full and opt for deep blue, crimson and bright pink.

Alternatively, dusky colors such as lavender, nude and light yellow will look incredible against your dark hair and light features.


Floral paisley silk scarf and pure wool animal print scarf

The Best Clothes For Red Hair


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Katherine McNamara knows that green is made for red heads!

When you’re a sizzling red head, you know that your vibrant hair is all it takes to make a statement. Therefore, you want to opt for colors that enhance your blazing locks, rather than dull them down.

Green is your number one hue! As a matter of fact, anything from sage to emerald green will look smoking hot on you!

For neutral hues, opt for navy, tan and cinnamon.

Surprisingly, purple and a full spectrum of blue will look incredible on you too.

Avoid orange and yellow like the plague! However, red can look flattering on you, it’s all about finding the right shade. Fair skinned red-heads should opt for bold crimson, whereas tanned reds should go for softer and more demure red hues.

Exotic silk scarf and tropical floral scarf

Now that you’ve learned about dressing for your hair color, check out our tips on how to dress for your skin color.

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How To Style A Scarf For Your Body Shape

Do you know how to style a scarf for your body shape?

Is that even a thing?

Yep: it actually is!

Nope, I’m not crazy!

Whether you are a perfect pair or beautiful and boyish, when you know how to style a scarf for your body shape, this accessory will be your new BFF.

Today we teach you how to style a scarf for your body type.

What’s My Body Shape?

So you’re probably thinking: ‘what exactly is my body shape?’ Although women come in a stunning array of shapes and sizes, your body type all comes down to your proportions.

Scientists and stylists alike have pin-pointed four main female shapes with certain body proportions. These body shapes are apple, pear, hourglass and rectangle.

Am I A Pear Body Shape?


Queen Bey: The queen of the pear shapes

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You ladies are all about that bass! The pear body shape is characterized by a larger bottom half and smaller top half. Pear shaped beauties often have larger hips and thighs, a slim waist, a smaller bust and small shoulders.

Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Am I a smaller size in tops than I am in skirts and trousers?
  • Do I tend to carry my weight around my butt and thighs?
  • Do I have a slim waist?
  • Do I have a large hips to waist ratio?

If the answer to most of these questions is yes, you are a pear shape.

Am I An Apple Body Shape?


Va-Va-Voom! Kate Upton rocks her apple shape.

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Much unlike the bootylicious pear shape, the apple shape honey has tatas for days! The apple body shape is typically larger on the waist and bust with slimmer hips and legs.

You know the drill…..

  • Am I a larger size in tops than I am in skirts and trousers?
  • Do I tend to carry my weight around my middle.
  • Is my tummy larger than my hips?

Yes? You are an amiable apple.

Am I An Hour Glass Body Shape?


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Sophia Vergara is the epitome of the hour glass hottie! (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)

Marilyn Monroe: eat your heart out! The hot hourglass shape has a large bust and hips and a slim waist.

Ask yourself:

  • Do I wear the same size in tops, bottoms and dresses?
  • Is my waist my slimmest part?

If so, you have an hour glass figure: lucky girl.

Am I An Rectangle Body Shape?


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A rectangle body shape is defined by equal proportions on the bust, waist, hips and legs. This ‘straight up and down figure’ is often sported by models and athletes.

Ask yourself:

  • Is my body straight?
  • Are my waist, hips and bust the same size?
  • Do I gain weight equally around my body?

Bingo! You are a rectangle shape.

How To Style A Scarf For Your Body Shape

When it comes to learning to style a scarf for your body shape, your aim is to balance out your proportions to look more like the hour glass shape.

Scarves are a fantastic accessory to add volume on specific body parts. Alternatively, slim scarves can be used to cinch the waist in or draw attention to certain areas.

Read on to learn how to style a scarf for your body shape…

How To Style A Scarf For Your Body Shape: Pear Shape

Pear shape ladies can utilize scarves to draw attention to that gorgeous waist.


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Make the most of that teeny tiny waist and style a scarf as a crop top! Tie as a statement bow or drape around the bust to add volume to this area.

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Floral paisley scarf, paisley wool scarf


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Alternatively, highlight your waist by cinching it in with a scarf. A solid color dress can be broken up with a patterned scarf to draw the eye to your slimmest part.

Get The Look


Artistic print silk scarf


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Add volume to your upper half with a statement blazer. Wear open with a printed silk scarf.

Get The Look

Exotic silk scarf

How To Style A Scarf For Your Shape: Apple Shape

Apple shape beauties should avoid wearing bulky scarves around the neck as this will make you look more top heavy. Instead, get creative and use your scarves as belt and bag ties!


Tie a printed scarf on your jeans loop to draw attention to your lean legs. The scarf fabric will add volume and balance out your proportions too.

Get The Look


Multicolor abstract print scarf


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Pop a silk scarf on your bag and carry below the hip to add volume.

Get The Look

Paisley silk scarf

How To Style A Scarf For Your Body Shape: Hour Glass Shape

When it comes to hour glass shapes, make sure your scarf doesn’t connect your waist to your bust or hips. Doing so will make you appear larger.


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Tie a shorter scarf around your neck and let the length flow down your back.

Get The Look

Solid color scarf


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Wear your scarves short and tight to show off what your mumma gave ya!

How To Style A Scarf For Your Body Shape: Rectangle Shape

Rectangle shapes: I have good news for you! No matter how you wear your scarf, you will still look great! Scarves will add volume to your figure and create the illusion of a fuller bust or hips.


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Wear your scarf open and flowing for an instant boob job.

Get The Look

Floral paisley scarf


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A belted scarf will give you the illusion of hour glass curves.

Get The Look


Paisley wool scarf

Now that you know how to rock a scarf for your body type, why not check out our range of printed scarves?


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These Jean and T-shirt Outfits Are Borderline Genius

Ah…  jean and t-shirt outfits. They are about as original as a knock-off Gucci purse.

But before I go off on a sarcastic sartorial rant, I’ll let you in on a secret: jean and t-shirt outfits can be totally stylish.

In fact, it’s all down to how you style it. These thrown-together, on-trend looks show that there may be more to that humble t-shirt and jeans than you think.

Get ready to have your mind (and wardrobe) blown! These jean and t-shirt outfits are so darn cool, that they are literally borderline genius!


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Who knew that a simple t-shirt and jeans outfit could give boho style icon Vanessa Hudgens a run for her money?

Take this simple duo and elevate it by investing in high-waisted flared jeans. Go for an effortless slogan tee for that I-just-rolled-out-of-bed California girl look.


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Who needs makeup, a fancy dress or high heels when something this simple can look so darn stylish?

Grab your trusty boyfriend jeans and white tee and add some spunk with a boho printed scarf. Add those sunglasses and you’re ready for shopping, lunch with the girls and everything in-between. What hangover?

Get The Look

With jean and t-shirt outfits, opt for a printed scarf that’s  bright and punchy to elevate it. In addition, a red scarf and red lipstick will always work wonders. Nowget ready to watch the boys stop and stare…


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jean and t-shirt outfits with boots

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A pair of cute heeled boots and killer statement sunnies are really all it takes to turn a jean and t-shirt outfit into something spectacular.

Roll up those cuffs and let the boots be the talking point!

retro jean and t-shirt outfits

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Forget boho dresses and crochet, jeans and a tee can give you that coveted boho babe status this Summer.

A bright orange tee delivers all the tropical vibes, whilst wide leg jeans add some retro luxe to something super simple.

To further elongate the legs, add wedge heels or platform sandals.


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This creamy jean-y concoction really is all things bright and beautiful!

Play with subtle hues and pair cream or beige jeans with a white tee. Next, add a white printed scarf for something really special.

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Use the white base as a starting point and branch out into a stunning array of colors and prints.


Paisley floral scarf, paisley wool scarf, mystic branches scarf


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We honestly love everything that super blogger Sincerely Jules wears and this jeans and tee combo is certainly no exception!

A striped Breton tee is made for Summer. Add black heels and a cross-body bag for a look that will take you effortlessly from brunch to bar.


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This Gucci tee is giving us literal heart eyes! Recognize it? It has been seen on enough style bloggers and street style stars to fill Texas!

The lesson here is: grab a statement tee, add a simple, dainty necklace and work it like you’re Olivia Palermo.


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Ok… so a Gucci belt and a Celine backpack will make absolutely anything look good. However, we sincerely believe that the raw hem crop jeans and slides alone are a oh-so-luxe jeans and t-shirt combination!


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When in doubt, wear black!

A black tee and jeans will draw the eyes to those teeny subtle details that are so effortless, they almost look accidental.

Exhibit A: that tiny bit of fray at the bottom of the jeans. Exhibit B: that belt buckle. Exhibit C: those killer earrings.

We likey. We likey very much.


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If you’re concerned that jeans and t-shirt outfits are a bit too tomboy to by up your alley, we kindly ask you to overt your eyes to the street style shot above.

Bow heels and an adorable printed scarf make this outfit as girly as pink, lace-y, frill-adorned gown. Well…almost.

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A green silk scarf is a luxurious way to add a little bit of girly glam to this timeless combination.

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Vogue Covers Through Time: 1920s- Today

A lot has changed in the last 100 years, especially when it comes to fashion. It’s safe to say that the pre-World War One corsets worn by our Great Great Grandmothers are truly out of the window.

For over a hundred years, Vogue magazine has been a go-to mecca for fashionstas looking for the next big sartorial thing. So what better way to take a trip down fashion memory lane, than to look at Vogue covers through time.

Get out your notebooks: it’s time for a lesson in fashion history! Here’s Vogue covers through time from 1920s- today….



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The 1920s was when fashion really took a turn towards the modern. Out were the dowdy underskirts and heavy petticoats, and in was the sexy and chic!

Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel changed history with the camisole dress, which become a stunning staple of ‘the roaring twenties’. This fashion daredevil even paved the way for women to wear pants (you go girl!)

Get The 1920s Cover Look

Of all of the Vogue covers we have featured, the 1920s style is perhaps the easiest to rock today. Grab a drop-waist printed sun dress, or layer a long top over an ankle length, pleated skirt. Finally, top it off with the floral paisley wool scarf.




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This 1939 Vogue cover makes us want to get in a time capsule and launch ourselves into the French Riviera.

When you put the exact date into historical context, the cover takes on a whole new meaning, one that is almost haunting. Released just one month before the start of World War Two, it presents a relaxed, utopian stance, much in contrast to the utilitarian suiting of the 1940s.

Get The 1940s Vogue Cover Look

Luckily, this look could be completely replicated today without you feeling like you have a glowing idiot sign above your head.

All it takes is a white tee, vintage-style sunnies and a slither of hot, red lipstick. Tie your hair back in a high bun and smooth back with the exotic silk scarf.


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This resort-themed cover was surprisingly released in Winter. Perhaps the punchy, tropical prints acted as an escapism from war and depression.

Nonetheless, the giant sun hat and oh-so-40s high neck romper make this cover one of the most beautiful in Vogue’s history.



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Funky monochrome and an outfit that is more pretty than practical marks the start of ‘art fashion’.

The 1950s is synonymous with shapes, and this cover is a literal representation of that. An artsy, monochrome cover makes the reader concentrate solely on shape and texture.

Pointed ties and scarves resembling ties? Could this be the start of ‘boyfriend dressing’?

Get The 1950s Vogue Cover Look

With so many dramatic sleeves around this season, grab a slouchy black shirt for something effortlessly cool. Tie the artistic print silk scarf around your neck with ends pointing upwards. Layer the solid color scarf over the top and wear it long.



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Twiggy with flowers painted on her face: does it get more 60s than that? Yes, it does! Add floral printed, faux-fur, ponchos and huge, plastic, floral earrings into the mix and you have the 1960s ‘love child’ trend in a nutshell!

The 60s was all about the wild and wonderful, with mini skirts, shift dresses and crazy prints all taking center stage.



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1970s fashion was immortalized by Bianca Jagger entering Studio 54 on that white horse. If anyone was the Queen of disco chic, it was her!

The 1970s were like the sartorial stepping stones between the flowy, flowery 1960s and the brash 80s. Wrap dresses, huge flares, floppy hats and maxi dresses were all born in this glorious era.



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Loud and athletic are the two best ways to describe 80s fashion!

This decade was also the start of ‘The Supermodel era’, so it’s only fitting that Vogue would put Cindy Crawford on their cover. Her pink eye and lip makeup is perfectly matched to her headphones. The 80s was really about embracing all that chunky technology.



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Remember when Supermodels graced the covers of magazines rather than celebrities? Before Kim Kardashian and ko (sorry, had to) were plastered all over Vogue’s pages, it was all about Naomi and Linda!

This famous cover marks Vogue’s 100th Issue and features some of the most prominent models of the era. Also, remember when everyone used to tie their shirts like this? The 90s was all about the midriff!



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Kiera Knightley was such a 00’s ‘it girl’.

With the internet fast becoming the biggest source of fashion inspiration, actresses and singers became as known for their personal style as they were for their creative endeavors.

Vogue embraced this ‘fast celebrity’ culture by putting more actresses, singers and celebrities on their coveted cover.

What was your favorite fashion era?

After more fashion history? Check out these scarf trends through time.

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Secret Style Tricks That Bloggers Swear By

Ah… bloggers, they always look so effortlessly stylish… What’s their secret? Is it a stylist? A muse? Nope, these ladies are simply equipped with an endless amount of style tricks.

Today we share the secret style tricks that bloggers swear by…

The Trick: Go Naked Under A Pantsuit

The Blogger: Chiara Ferragni of ‘The Blonde Salad’

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Matching colored pant suits are in extreme danger of entered ‘eighties feminist’ territory.

Rather than tossing up between styling your pant suit with a white shirt, or a more casual top, take a note from Chiara’s book and wear absolutely nothing.

The jacket alone looks chic and modern, while flashing that extra bit of skin ensures it’s sexy as well as feminist.

She isn’t one of the top bloggers in the world for nothing…

The Trick: Tuck Your Scarf Into Your Sweater

The Blogger: Aimee Song at Song Of Style


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You know those windy days when your perfectly wrapped scarf just unravels and sticks to your lipgloss? Super blogger Aimee Song has the creme de la creme of all style tips that we’ve all been waiting for!

Simply tuck the ends of your scarf into your sweater. As well as keeping it looking neat, this also gives printed scarves a dressier appeal too.

Genius. How have we never ever considered this?

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Get Aimee’s look with a cute red, printed scarf. Our floral paisley silk scarf and exotic print scarf will jazz up a plain sweater or tee to perfection.

The Trick: On Tuck In 1/4 Of Your Shirt

The Blogger: Carmen Hamilton at Chronicles Of Her

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Anyone who was a prefect, head girl, or general. goody two shoes at school will have fallen into the trap of tucking their shirt in flawlessly. The problem? Whether you’re 18 or 50, you’re still gonna look like that wannabe prefect.

Modern shirting is all about being casual and effortless. Carmen Hamilton tucks in just a quarter of her shirt to keep her look on the casual side of the spectrum.

Want to look slightly dressier? Half tuck in your shirt!

The Rule: Layer a Bow Tie Top Under An Off-Shoulder Piece

The Blogger: Leonie Hanne of ‘Ohh Couture’


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We love the off-shoulder trend as much as the next fashion obsessive, but it’s always great to change up your pieces for maximum wear.

Rather than letting her shoulders do the talking, Leonie Hanne has used the off-shoulder shape for print clashing perfection.

The addition of a printed puss bow blouse is just genius! It’s feminine, romantic and a fantastic way to make off-shoulder dresses appropriate for the office!

Get The Look

With Summer just around the corner, the last thing we want to do is cloak our skin in multiple layers. A fantastic alternative to this style tip is to tie a scarf in a bow and wear with your off shoulder dress.

Our geometric print scarf has the same stunning retro vibes as Leonie’s. Team with a pin striped dress for a fail-safe print clash.

The Trick: Layer A Long Top Over A Pencil Skirt

The Blogger: Sara Donaldson at ‘Harper & Harley’


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Over and over again, we’ve been told that the best way to rock a pencil skirt is to tuck in a top! However, this stunning look from Aussie blogger Sara Donaldson has totally changed our perspective.

The fashionista stunningly paired a very long-off shoulder top with her fitted pencil skirt. The slits make it anything but drowning, whilst the heels add length and glamor.

The Trick: Layer A Bikini Top Under Overalls

The Blogger: Natalie Suarez at ‘Natalie Off Duty’


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Overalls can be ridiculously tricky to style. Luckily, Natalie Off Duty has given us the perfect solution: a swimsuit.

Layering your cute bikini or swimsuit under your overalls gives off an effortless tropical vibe. Plus, you totally don’t need to change when you hit the pool later! This has to be one of our fave style tricks!

Loving these blogger style tips? See our top movie and TV style icons for even more inspo!

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