Scarves are a great way to add texture or color to an outfit.
There’s many fabrics, prints and colors to choose from; whether you like bright shades, striped, floral, or silk, Â this accessory is very versatile. A heavy fabric is great around winter time to protect you from cold, and a lighter one can be the perfect accessory year-round.
Like I mentioned, scarves can be worn with different outfits. Here are a few for both cold and warm weather, as well as casual and dressed up styles.
Add a touch of color….
When your outfit is a bit plain and made up of neutral colors, try a colorful scarf to add some contrast. A nice colorful scarf is a great way to brighten up a gloomy day, especially around the colder season.
black trench coat by Betsey Johnson
black jeggings by Jessica Simpson
lilac scarf by Theodora & Callum
Little black dress and scarves…
A scarf can greatly compliment a dressy outfit such as a nice dress. A lightweight scarf is a perfectÂ accessory when the weather is a bit cold. Keep warm and neutral with a soft cashmere scarf, or add a bit of color with a floral silk wrap.
cashmere scarf by John W. Nordstrom
black ankle strap heels @ Wet Seal
little black dress by Three Dots
floral silk scarf by Anthropologie
For a casual weekend…
Shorts are easily spotted around warm weather. They can look very chic with a pretty scarf and a nice pair of wedges, but still maintain their casual style. This outfit sticks to neutral shades, but a bright scarf or colorful pair of wedges can change the look.
“Macrame” wedge by Free People
white t-shirt by American Vintage
cut-off denim shorts by Aubin & Wills
green scarf by Missoni
Stay chic in classy neutrals…
A pair of skinny jeans can easily be dressed up with a nice pair of pumps and a classy scarf. This outfit looks ultra chic, but can easily be made more relaxed by trading the pumps for a stylish pair of wedge sandals.
grey scarf by Faliero Sarti
skinny jeans by Bebe
embellished wrap by Style & Co
peep-toe wedges by KORS
nude sandals by Christian Dior
nude pumps @ DSW