Choose A Best-Fitting Women Scarf To Complement Your Style

If you want to buy some fashion accessories to complement your fashion style, you can choose a silk scarf. Whether you choose Van Gogh Sunflowers scarves or loop scarves, you can become stylish by wearing a piece of beautiful scarf.

If there’s one thing you should be careful with when it comes to womens scarves, then that has to be the scale & thickness of the scarf and its tendency to add bulk and highlight your body scale.

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Top 5 Simple Ways To Tie A Scarf

Scarves are always popular fashion accessories, and there are different styles of scarves available in the market, including Van Gogh Ppaintings Scarves, Van Gogh sunflowers scarves, long scarves, loop scarves, neckerchiefs, pashminas etc. However, many people just wear different scarves in the exact same way. So hopefully this will get people shaking it up a little bit.

So the first one we’re going to talk about is called the Kelly Wrap. It is named after Missus Grace Kelly. And you’ll also see that Audry Hepburn sported this. You’re just going to wrap the scarf around your head, take the two ends, wrap them around your neck, bring them to the back, tie them in a little knot. This is perfect for riding your Vespa around Italy and keeping your hair looking nice.

Next one we’re going to do is the Bow Tie. I really like this one. Just take it, tie it in a normal knot, loop each end just like when you were making bunny ears and learning how to tie your shoelaces. Take those two ends and you’re going to tie them together just like you did with the first knot. So, the Bow Tie, I really like this one.

The next one, this is kind of a spin on one you see done all the time. You’re going to fold it in half, bring it around your neck. Now what we normally see is this brought through here. The way we’re going to shake it up just a little bit, take that loop and spread it out. And what we’re basically going to be doing is weaving here. So take one of your ends, put it over and then under and then for your second strand over here, you’re going to put it under the loop and then bring it over. So it’s subtle, but you just get kind of a little woven affect there. I think it looks really nice.

So, the next one we’re going to do also kind of like the cravat like the bow tie we just did. Now let’s see if I can remember this one right. So you’re going to cross them over one another and then you’re going to cross over again. Take the two pieces and bring them behind your neck, tie it. So basically the effect that you get in the front is almost like interlocking chains. And you can see it right there, keeps it nice and close to your neck.

And the last one we’re going to do, sort of like the Kelly Wrap, it’s going to be a head wrap and it’s called the Rosette. Alright, so for the rosette again, you’re going to take the scarf, put it over our head, bring it to the sides, roll it up, bring it like a rosette, close to our head and tuck in under that. And that’s how to wear a scarf in five different ways.

Van Gogh Scarves for Fashionistas

Take a look at Hollywood celebrities, they always wear stylish sunglasses, love charms jewelry, colorful Van Gogh scarves to complement their everyday ensemble. So they always look stylish. If you want to buy a fashionista, you also need to buy fashionable long scarves.

Scarf was first originated in Ancient Rome but not to protect from cold but to keep clean. Its name was sudarium in Latin and was then translated to scarf in English which was used to clean sweat from face and neck especially in desert areas. In the beginning it was only the men who worn scarf around their neck or tie it to their belts but now it is becoming a hot favorite fashion in women. Women scarf is basically made up of wool, pashimina or silk.

Scarf is a long or square piece of cloth which is tied on head or neck. Normally people use scarf in cold weather to protect themselves from chilled air. But now they made it a fashion and use it in hot weather also. Scarf come in different style and colors which matches your cloth style.

The most common type of scarves used is embroidered scarf, silk scarf, designer scarf, head scarf, neck scarf, animal paint scarf, cotton-linen scarf, kids scarf, velvet neck scarf, winter scarf, fur scarf, knit scarf, etc. These scarves are made by designers, woven, knitted or machine made or just simply handmade. Just have a look at some of the scarf styles.

Handmade scarves are also a beautiful piece of art from fabric paint experts. It comes mainly in bright colors and everybodys hot favorite. Painting is done on cotton, wool, chiffon, satin or georgette. Hand painted scarves are worn around neck, hips, head, as a beach dress and also matched with any type of cloth.

Silk scarves were used by warriors of a renowned Chinese Emperor Cheng. It was originated during 1000 B.C. They used it to keep their body warm in winters and now it is used for the same thing and for fashion. It keeps you comfortable in winters and is an addition of style to personality.
Van Gogh Scarves for Fashionistas

Take a look at Hollywood celebrities, they always wear stylish sunglasses, love charms jewelry, colorful Van Gogh scarves to complement their everyday ensemble. So they always look stylish. If you want to buy a fashionista, you also need to buy fashionable long scarves.

Scarf was first originated in Ancient Rome but not to protect from cold but to keep clean. Its name was sudarium in Latin and was then translated to scarf in English which was used to clean sweat from face and neck especially in desert areas. In the beginning it was only the men who worn scarf around their neck or tie it to their belts but now it is becoming a hot favorite fashion in women. Women scarf is basically made up of wool, pashimina or silk.

Scarf is a long or square piece of cloth which is tied on head or neck. Normally people use scarf in cold weather to protect themselves from chilled air. But now they made it a fashion and use it in hot weather also. Scarf come in different style and colors which matches your cloth style.

The most common type of scarves used is embroidered scarf, silk scarf, designer scarf, head scarf, neck scarf, animal paint scarf, cotton-linen scarf, kids scarf, velvet neck scarf, winter scarf, fur scarf, knit scarf, etc. These scarves are made by designers, woven, knitted or machine made or just simply handmade. Just have a look at some of the scarf styles.

Handmade scarves are also a beautiful piece of art from fabric paint experts. It comes mainly in bright colors and everybodys hot favorite. Painting is done on cotton, wool, chiffon, satin or georgette. Hand painted scarves are worn around neck, hips, head, as a beach dress and also matched with any type of cloth.

Silk scarves were used by warriors of a renowned Chinese Emperor Cheng. It was originated during 1000 B.C. They used it to keep their body warm in winters and now it is used for the same thing and for fashion. It keeps you comfortable in winters and is an addition of style to personality.

Scarves Gallery Spring 2012

Enjoy the beauty of these scarves and find the one you love…

Ralph Lauren spring 2012 runway silk scarf

Ralph Lauren spring 2012 lace headscarf

Marc Jacob Scarf wrap spring 2012

Another Scarf wrap spring 2012

Missoni Spring 2012 Fringed Scarf

To be continued…

Being An Elegant Artist with A Silk Scarf

Well, silk scarves have become a kind of fashion icon nowadays; and the they are no longer just scarves, but an art works. Elizabeth Taylor once said that the ladies without scarves didn’t have a promising future. And Audrey Hepburn also said that she had never felt she’s a woman, even a beautiful woman, until she put on her scarf. When she stood on the step of the tall Roman basilica, and put a small silk scarf around her neck, her whole body was about the brilliance of sunshine, and the world was full of flowers for her. We’re sure it is the highest level for the signification of silk scarf. Its flowing sense creates the beauty; and its beauty creates the permanent classic.

Originally the silk scarf is a piece of cloth. After it’s woven and dyed under different processes, the surface displays different beautiful patterns and graphs. It break away its original definition, instead, it’s like a beautiful and unique work of art.

Lovely lady likes to give the novelty ideas to the fashion scarves through inventive wearing, which can make the fashion scarves to show off a unique charm of fashion, and endow the clothes with different changes. When you’re in the entertainment occasions, make the silk scarf have a knot in front of chest, which can show your handsome and grave sense. When in the formal occasion, you can wrap a pashmina around your shoulder; it can release your elegance and beauty. When in the leisure occasions, you tie the scarf to the back of your neck, and it gives you some flowing sense. In addition, it is possible to also change your scarf to be a romantic and elegant coat or a graceful dress. Even you are able to make it as the headscarf, hair band and the belt. More cleverly, it can be tied into a light handbag or a delicate pocket bag. Its special and unique styles can make you become a mobile landscape, and you will have all the attentions in the public.

To memorize some great painters (Van Gogh, for example), people start to print their famous works on the scarves. Their art and charm almost can be compared with precious stones.

Introducing Van Gogh “Sunflower” Silk Scarf

“Sunflowers” is one of Van Gogh’s famous paintings. Van Gogh once wrote (to Theo): You may know that the peony is Jeannin’s, the hollyhock belongs to Quost, but the sunflower is mine in a way.” Dr. Jan Hulsker, one of the world’s foremost scholars of Vincent van Gogh, suggests that the sunflower series “perhaps more than any other of his paintings, have made him known throughout the world. They are often the only works with which he is identified.”

Made of 100% high quality silk with hand rolled edges. Features Van Gogh’s famous painting “Sunflowers”. This scarf is very soft, smooth, bright and suitable for all seasons and any reason. Wrap it around your neck or shoulder, it will always offer you an incomparable look. And it also makes a great gift for your friends and loved ones. Gentle hand-wash with shampoo or other mild soap is recommended. Wash softly in cold water.

Do’s and Don’ts of Scarf Wearing

There are uncountable numbers of fabulous scarves out there on the market now, thus, we have to open our eyes and carefully choose the right one and know some dos and don’ts when wearing a scarf.

Dos:

Do Try a Print Scarf

Kelly Osbourne’s natty Burberry plaid scarf sets off her coat perfectly.

Get This Look: Loosely drape a long scarf around the front of your neck, pulling the ends over opposite sides and letting them hang free.

Do Wear a Scarf for Dressy Events

Cameron Diaz adds color and warmth with a scarf tossed over a dress.

Get This Look: Use a larger scarf or shawl and toss the ends over each side. You can use a decorative brooch to keep it in place.

Do Make a Scarf Your Spotlight Accessory

Olivia Palermo’s white scarf, which contrasts nicely with her black pantsuit, is all she needs for a sophisticated evening look.

Get This Look: Start with a long scarf, holding it midpoint in front of your neck. Toss the ends over your back, then pull the ends forward on the opposite sides of your shoulder and leave the ends to dangle.

Do Wear a Flattering Color Next to Your Face

A flattering pop of color — like Anjelica Huston’s choice of a red scarf — can add lots of excitement to a winter coat look.

Get This Look: Wear a long, fringed winter scarf — in cashmere, blends, wool or knit — tied once close to your neck to get this look.

Do Choose a Sophisticated Monochromatic Look

Tone-on-tone scarf and outfit looks work best with neutrals — black, navy, camel, cream — and take on a sophisticated vibe when you mix fabrics (satin, shine, wool, etc.) Charlize Theron’s all-black is elegant because she paired a long knit scarf with a metallic jacket.

Get This Look: Take a long scarf and hold it in front of you. Twist it a few times in the middle, then toss the ends straight over your back. Bring each end back to the front on the opposite side and leave the ends to dangle.

Don’ts:

Don’t Overaccessorize

A scarf and a floppy hat for Naomi Watts are too much of a good thing (it’s only a pair of sunglasses short of looking like a disguise).

Faux Pas to Fab: Wear a smaller brimmed or knit hat with a large scarf so the two accessories don’t compete with each other.

Don’t Throw on a Scarf as an Afterthought

Throwing on a random scarf with an cocktail dress doesn’t work for Diane Krueger.

Faux Pas to Fab: Eveningwear works best with a pashmina shawl, gracefully draped around the shoulders.

Don’t Overwhelm Your Look with a Scarf

It may have been a stab at being trendy, but Julianne Moore’s oversized scarf looks like it’s choking her.

Faux Pas to Fab: Skip the trend of giant knotted scarves on your neck, and go for a more timeless look with a simply draped or tied scarf.

Don’t Think a Scarf Can Save a Bad Outfit

Even gorgeous Faith Hill looks frumpy in a voluminous shirt and skinny scarf.

Faux Pas to Fab: Save skinny scarves for more fitted tops and jackets. Although monochromatic looks can be chic, they can also be boring unless you mix textures.