Keeping in line with spring 2012’s plethora of bold colours and prints, we showcase some of our favourite looks that we put together recently at our very first fashion photo shoot using our collection of scarves. It was a lot of fun coming up with these looks together with the limited time we had that day.
Get creative with your scarves and as the weather warms up, consider wearing one as a top, as a dress (if you’re petite it will be even easier for you), or as a skirt where you could tie it sarong style or wrap it as a mini skirt. All you need are safety pins to fasten the scarf securely after wrapping it around your body in your chosen style. We mostly used scarves that measured 30 x 70 inches.
These outfits pictured are proof that scarves aren’t limited to only being worn around your neck or as a bathing suit cover up. We encourage getting creative and wearing them in fun and different ways!
Here, we used one scarf as a tube top, one as a skirt with leggings, and completed the look with a beaded statement necklace in copper.
The same scarves were used for this look but we added another pink patterned scarf worn as a shawl.
For this look we used our lace, tie dyed scarf as a one-shoulder top with jeans, plus we draped another scarf around the model’s arms.
Here’s the same tie dyed scarf is simply worn as a shawl over a plain black tank top with jeans.
We draped our paisley printed turquoise scarf as a one shoulder dress and added chunky jewelry to this look.
We used just one striped scarf as a sleeveless dress with skinny jeans and then tied another scarf as a belt for this look.
Which look is your favourite? Would you try any of these scarf styles?