Here at Fashion North, learn how to up-cycle your silk scarfs and style them three different ways.
In this look, we decided to use the scarf as a hair accessory, more like a sculptured headpiece, which is created abstractly straight on the model’s hair with hair clips. We decided to place it on the side of the model’s head so the scarf would tie with the rest of the hair in a low, loose ponytail, but it is an easy way to apply wherever on the head. It is a simple idea and shows the scarf in its more expensive and nightwear version. It can also be styled on clothes and hats.
For this look, we decided to create an elegant aesthetic by styling the scarf as a pair of gloves. Simply wrap it around your arm spontaneously and tie it. This look would also look interesting styled as tights wrapped around the leg.
This is a more casual and basic version of the scarf used as a headband. I wore it on the top of another headband so my hair wouldn’t appear to achieve a more clean and classy look. First, create a triangle by putting the opposite edges of the scarf together, and then place it in the front of my head and tied the edges on the back of it.