Thursday, 4 July 2013
How to wear Scarfs this SUMMER!!
As in my previous post about the DU Campus Trend Check! I had told you about how kheffiyehs are out and scarfs are IN..!
So,here i'm back again to guide you how to wear these Sacrfs this Summer!
Trendy cold season style, like your favorite scarf, shouldn’t be left hanging for months on end waiting for old man winter to swing by. Scarves are one winter accessory that can be worn virtually any season. Knowing just how to do it changes it all, of course. REMEMBER!!! Summer apparels are meant to be breezy, bright and cheerful, so considering these key words should give you the ultimate scarf to rock this summer. For more cool ideas on how to wear scarves during summer, check out the recommendations below!!
· Don’t sweat the big stuff—you’ll want your scarf thin for better freshening.So, The lighter, the better.
· Pay attention to the fabric. Cotton, for example, is an affordable cool fabric. Linens are also relatively cheap and the loose weaves allow your skin to breath. Want a more luxurious touch? Go for silk scarves, which are elegant and soft, but sometimes quite pricey. J
· Certain colors bring out the fullness of SUMMER!!And the right combinations can make those shiny days last. Bright colors like orange and yellow are radiant and perky; while teal, emerald green and turquoise are very in this season.
· And trust me Try Neon colors..!It really works and don’t worry about all the attention that you’ll cover! J
· Patterned scarves are timeless. A great oldie that hasn’t died off is the ol’ polka dot—simple, fun and diverse enough to impress granny. Tropical designs can be stylish too. A bonus is that you don’t need to be stick-thin to wear big, bold scarves—quite the contrary. Printed designs will turn eyes to your scarf rather than your silhouette.
· Take into account the numerous styles scarves come in. Whether they’re knitted, woven, glittered or crocheted, don’t feel reduced to only wearing plain old boring scarves. In fact, a texturized scarf can update your whole look in seconds,leaving your hair ,make up or sheos to second place. J
· Think outside the neck. Scarves can be used to cover bathing suits, as a belt or even as an accessory for your bag. If you’re still set on wearing it around your neck, then look for smart ways of tying a fancy knot—like a shoulder buster tie, resembling a sailor’s neckerchief, which is a much simpler way of showing off your scarf.
· Headscarves have been popular for as long as we can remember. These alone canbeatoff the "bad hair day" or give you a classic look taken right from Italian fashion runways. However, if you try to recreate it, always choose a medium-sized fancy-fabric scarf. Although it sounds complicated, a cheaply-made scarf can mess up your overall look.
Talking about hairstyles, take a cue from these new trendy braid bars (yep—there’s such a thing) where they will braid a fine scarf into your hair, getting a unique yet polished look. But don’t spend your hard-earned bucks on them—instead, watch YouTube tutorial. With some practice, it will get easier every time.