Scarf Style Guide

Spring is so close we can almost smell the flowers! That means it’s time to talk about lightweight scarves!

If you love the scarf looks you see on everyone else, but can’t seem to perfect them for yourself, we’re here to help.

Try out these four ways to style your scarf this spring. skinnyblack-4

Skinny Scarf plus Layering: With its subtly angled edges and slim silhouette, the Lions in Four Ebury Skinny Scarf in Black Bamboo will be the most versatile scarf in your wardrobe. Get the look above by folding the scarf in half, draping it around your neck, then threading both ends through the loop on the folded side and pulling tight. Layer with long, delicate necklaces.

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Under Jackets: Any button down will do! From your classic button down shirt (left open) to a denim jacket or blazer, let the scarf casually hang beneath it.

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As jewelry: With large statement jewelry trending down, use your scarves as a bold new necklace, like with our Gwynn Scarf in Rose Block Print. Pair it with delicate, asymmetrical earrings or no jewelry at all. Thread your scarf through your favorite ring or broach, positioning the piece close to your face.

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Knotted: The key to a perfect, year-round scarf is the right fiber content and weight. Your best option is cotton or linen blended with silk. Hand-loomed scarves offer an airy, weight-less quality that machine-made fabrics can’t match. Get the look of our Gwynn Scarf in Blue Marble above by twisting your scarf three times, then knotting at the bottom for an effortless look.

What’s your favorite way to wear a scarf? Share with us in the comments and on social media!

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