Scarves

I always watch videos about different Scarf drapes, and have always been tempted to try out atleast one of them. So, I borrowed a few scarves from my aunt, and tried a few out before I finally finalized on four that I managed to make.

So here are the four different scarves, styled four different times……

The Rose

This one was a little tricky, but when I did figure it out, it wasn’t as complicated as I thought it to be. Here, I have given the outfit an “English Lady” touch, by wearing stockings with a mini dress, and my wedged sneakers, it felt incomplete, and so, I also added a biker jacket. There are a number of ways you can wear this kind of a scarf with, for example, you could wear it as a headband, or a corsage, or if you have a bigger scarf, even around you waist.

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Top & Stockings- H&M. Shoes- Puma.

 

The Tie

This is quiet a generic way of tying up a scarf, to make it look like a tie. This is one of my favourite ways of wearing a scarf, because it is very easy, considering I wore a tie every working day in school. Because it is a tie, I paired it up with a formal outfit. But, you could always wear it with maybe an off-shoulder dress, or even a shirt dress.

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Shirt- All. Blazer- Zara.

 

The Shrug

This was I think THE easiest way to transform a scarf into a shrug. All I did was tie two ends of it on either side; and voila, I had my own throw-over. For this, I wore it with a pair of plazzos and jutties which co-incidently matched. Ofcourse, I had to have something that matches those four small pom-poms on the ends of the scarf, and so, I wore a contrasting pink kurti. This is a very versatile style of draping a scarf, because it works perfectly with both Indian and Western.

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Plazzos- Westside. Jutties- Alex Brown.

 

The Headwrap

This one is something I would not normally think of, but I tried it anyway, and it turned out to be really good, so I had to include it into the blog. I had very boho, Freida -ish vibes from it, so I decided to work the whole look around that concept. The headwrap by itself can be worn whenever you have a bad hair day, but you don’t need only that reason to wear it, you can also rock the headwrap with basically anything you like.

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Skirt- DIY. Necklace- Zahana, Chennai. Earrings- FC Road, Pune.

 

So, that’s it for today, coming up with this blog was a lot of fun, and I hope you had fun reading it too.

Let me know in the comments what your thoughts are and which ones out of these would you try out.

Until next time…..STAY SASSY!

 

 

4 thoughts on “Scarves”

  1. Jesi you look like a like a Tomboy. I appreciate you a lot .you look very pretty. Next photos you look like a banjaran. That is so cute. You are my sweetest girl in the in the world. Love you a lot.

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  2. Scarf game on point. Love all the transformations. Lady in red 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍
    Keeping it sassy always ❀

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