Wonder how to use a great scarf as the main statement in a look? Spring is the best season to work on statement scarves – you can experiment on many ways to tie a scarf or you can simply throw it over one shoulder and let the ends drape like drama queens – as oppose to winter when your main goal is to keep your neck warm so you wrap the scarf round and around you. Here are cute ways to let a long, cozy scarf speak for you.
Animal Print Scarf + Neutrals
We know that neutral shades are best to tone down a wild print. But what you probably didn´t realize is that once teamed with neutrals, an animal print floats out as the center of attraction in your look. This spring, take a juicy leopard or jacquard print long scarf to wear with a beige boyfriend cardigan, a black military coat, or a black moto jacket. Lots of black, tan, and denim.
Toned Down Plaid Scarf
Plaid will continue to amaze in spring. Spin your tartan coat anew by teaming yet a plaid long scarf in matching hue or contrasting shade. Feel free to go heavy on your layering but keep things minimal by opting for more neutrals.
Solid Color Long Scarf
Who said that solids and monochrome are dull? Layer up with neutrals – black knit sweater, gray poncho, or tan cardigan and denim jeans – then throw over a polished solid colored scarf to drape off your shoulder with flair.
Cozy Fur Scarf
A fur scarf or a fur cowl is great in creating illusions. Let your knit poncho and cardigan look like they come with a fabulous fur accent. Polish a sophisticated print top and peplum midi skirt with colored long gloves and bright fur scarf.
Colored Scarf Accent
Neutrals are great but you don´t have to do it every day. Play up a casual ensemble with colored and patterned long scarf. Inject a touch of casualness on a tailored long coat by adding a colored scarf that both matches and complements your topper.
Now over to you girls, how do you use a long statement scarf to accent a look?