3 Fresh Ways To Wear A Head Scarf
I don’t know about you, but sometimes when I go out shopping and I can’t find any clothes I like, I tend to over-buy accessories. Which is how I’ve landed up with a box full of scarves and, to be very honest, I don’t wear scarves with any of my clothes. I do, however, love wearing them as headbands and tend to match them with a bunch of outfits whenever possible.
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Most recently, I picked out a tropical printed one from Zara. It’s colourful enough to match with all your clothes and as you’d expect from the print, it’s perfect for summer.
Here are 3 easy ways to wear it as a headband.
Sonam Kapoor just wore a turban with one of her Cannes outfits, so the first style is definitely dedicated to her. It’s the perfect look for when your hair is greasy and needs a wash, but you just don’t feel like going through the whole process. Instead of a hat, just pop on your scarf and you’re good to go!
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Of course, you can roll up the scarf and wear it as a regular headband, and even weave it through your braid. My favourite way is to loop sections of my hair into the scarf and once that’s done, you can either leave it open, or tie it into a braid or 2 ponytails — depending on the occasion.
So if you’re ready to give this a shot, here are a few scarves you can try it with!