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Kate Chapman

3 Style Influencer Approved Ways to Style Your Scarf

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Ladies, you have probably seen the fashion scarf trend at some point while scrolling on social media.

Wondering how to wear fashion scarves? Although this trend may seem difficult to pull off, I have found fun ways to pull off sporting these trendy scarves. I stumbled upon these patterned and silky scarves shopping online and in person. The best part? They can be affordable, and do not have to be high end to give off a classy vibe. Truly ideal.

Here are the ways I have incorporated these patterned scarves into my wardrobe:

1. Around your neck

At first, I thought I was never going to wear a neck tie around my neck, but then shortly after it was around my neck. I love this look and it wasn’t itchy at all because of the silky type material. This will add an instant statement to your outfit!

2. On your purse

This is a style I love doing to my purses because it can completely change your handbag’s look! It adds color and personality right away when you tie it around your chain.

3. In your hair

This is one of my favorite ways to wear scarves because it can make a lazy hair day look like you tried. Whether in a bun, half up half down, or in a ponytail, add your scarf to create a timeless elegant look.

Now, this is what I have come up with so far with styling neck scarves, so let’s see what you come up with.

Kate Chapman

Illinois State '19

Hi everyone, my name is Kate Chapman and I am a HC Illinois State editor-in-chief! I am a senior journalism student at Illinois State University and have found I have a passion for incorporating fashion and beauty into my writing and work. Check out my blog (misskatechapman.com) or follow me on Instagram @misskatechapman to connect!
Rachel is the Senior Editor at Her Campus. She graduated from Elon University in 2015 where she wrote for Her Campus's Elon chapter as well as the national LGBTQ+ section, and has since held editorial positions at Hello Giggles and Brit + Co along with running social media for several publishers. Her work has been published in Teen Vogue, Glamour, StyleCaster, and SELF, and she can be found in North Carolina smearing face masks on in the name of content. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram @RachelCharleneL.