Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Take a Vintage Scarf....

....and jazz up your fashion statement.  Today and tomorrow we'll look at images from 1969 when young women experimented with bold scarves in new and different ways.  Take a vintage scarf and wrap it, tie it, twist it, drape it, double it.  The possibilities are endless.

Long dotted scarf wrapped under a beaded necklace and thrown over one shoulder.

Fringed scarf knotted under a collar in the manner of an ascot.

Two complementary print scarves are knotted at the neckline and allowed to drape over the front of a solid tunic.

Wear a printed scarf that contrasts against your printed blouse.

Tie a printed scarf bandanna style with a plain white shirt.


déjà pseu said...

Those are quite dramatic looks, especially the larger ones. And the pattern mixing...everything old is new again.

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Kay said...

Fabulous ideas, but where oh, where to get scarves THAT long and big (said nearly-6-foot-tall Kay)??? These are wonderful--so glad you posted these!

Natasha said...

I think that a scarf isn't only a piece of cloth, it's actually part of one’s individuality. The scarf has an important role in how a woman feels about herself, and the impression she creates with others. And I also believe that fashion conscious women deserve the very best when it comes to quality and style.

Sarah said...

I found a great site it shows how to turn your scarves into tops. Go to http://thescarfboutique.co.uk/pages/How-to-tie-a-scarf.html and look at the top one. This definitely works. I used a 90 x 90 cms scarf. Looks amazing and means all those scarves I have now turn into designer tops which no one else wears. You can also with a larger scarf double it up to wrap around the front. Looks great on its own or with a jacket and feels amazing to wear. Hope this helps

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