If there’s a season that we look forward to the most, it’d have to be spring.
Well, technically the last three weeks of spring and the first three weeks of summer to be precise. But pedantics aside, so long as winter’s over, we’re happy campers.
But ever since Copenhagen Fashion Week, and the holiday photo dumps of celebrities and influencers in the northern hemisphere, we’ve been daydreaming about all the silk hair scarves we’re going to accessorise with.
How to wear a silk scarf
A simple silk scarf can enhance any head of hair. It straddles the realms of utilitarianism form and luxury fabric, making it the perfect companion to a casual or formal spring ensemble. Regardless of the occasion, or your print of choice, you’re set to look like an expert accessoriser with one of these wrapped around your pretty head.
How you decide to wear yours though is entirely up to you. Embellish a practical ponytail with a stream of silk, fasten it under your chin, or tie it at the nape of your neck to protect your blowout from the seasonal winds. You could also channel icons of the ‘90s and knot it at the back of your head, letting your strands flow freely to frame your face. Our advice? Ditch the scrunchie on your wrist and tie your scarf to your handbag or the belt loop of your trousers for easy on-the-go styling that’ll elevate your look whenever and wherever you are.
Briar is the Beauty Editor at BEAUTYcrew. Her 'down for anything' attitude has resulted in more than a handful of hair transformations, and she doesn't mind being used as a guinea pig for the industry's most unusual products and treatments. Her work has also appeared on Refinery29, Girlfriend and beautyheaven.