I am, what some people might call, a “scarf connoisseur”.
You will rarely find me on any given day without one.
It is either draped around my neck, tied to my purse, or hanging out in my hair. Some of my best scarf finds have been at local thrift shops and city artisan fairs. Scarves are one of the best accessories to date, as they come in a variety of colours, patterns, shapes, sizes and textures. While it is fine to have expensive taste, most of us do not have the luxury of buying things like an Hermès scarf. As beautiful as those are, you can find some other amazing selections in a variety of places in any city.
The trick is to find a style/pattern that speaks to your personality. The art of wearing scarves has been around for centuries. To read a quick overview of the history, you can do so by clicking here.
Much education around the variety of ways to style a scarf can be learned from the streets of Paris. Parisians have long been seducing others through the casual art of flaunting a scarf. Though they are not dressed to intimidate, they instead inspire a splash of attitude with this simple accessory. It appears effortless and elegant.
While there are countless purposes for scarves, it can often seem daunting to decide how best to wear them.
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