Many of us look for an easy way to style our outfit without it getting boring and old-fashioned. Nowadays, various trends from the 50s onwards are coming back in fashion; however, this one fashion-piece is evergreen for everyone at any time or occasion!

I am, of course, talking about the S C A R V E S. Scarves on your head, around your neck or maybe a knot on your bag – everything is possible. This piece of cloth can bring your outfit back to life 🙂

Scarves have various benefits:

  • Instant feminine touch;
  • You can wear them in various ways;
  • They come in various sizes, colors, fabrics and styles;
  • Easy to incorporate into your look;
  • And lifts any outfit up.



I have chosen to share with you four different ways to style a scarf. Here, I am using the Hermès Maxi Twilly Scarf to demonstrate how I enjoy wearing it.


Note: you can have any other scarf and style it the same or similar way 🙂

‘Fashion says: ”Me Too!” Style says: ”Only Me.’



The simplest and most frequent way is to just have the scarf around your neck. It’s easy and fast 🙂 A scarf worn with a simple outfit is a great way to lift your entire appearance. As beginner, this is a great way to wear a scarf and to get used to wearing one.

‘Real style is never right or wrong. It’s a matter of being yourself on purpose.’




Looking for a good way to bring length to your appearance? Try the ”front knot”, by simply making a knot at your breast level. Your upper body will appear longer and, of course, your outfit gets a beautiful feminine twist! 🙂

‘The truly fashionable are beyond fashion.’




You dare more? Then go for the ”bow knot”. While being very stylish, one needs a good degree of confidence to carry it well! Share your picture with the bow knot – I would love to see it, or (Instagram) tag me in it. Just make a bow as you would normally do. However, bare in mind that the fabric of the scarf is slippery, which might make it that little bit more difficult.

‘Forget the rules. If you like it, wear it.’




I call this the ”Chinese knot”. It makes me think of (traditional) Chinese wear. It’s a great way to emphasize your waist and bring out (or sometimes hide) the feminine curves. This style is also a ”dare it” style, just like the ”bow knot” above, but I am sure you will rock it! Try it out and tag or send me your pictures 🙂


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Looooooove, Ankita

…and never forget to wear your SMILE! 


Smile, Shine & Style!