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Guide to Style a Silk Head Scarf

"New York in Sketches" Silk Scarf Bandana

A silk head scarf is the lightest style accessory in a fashionista’s wardrobe. Frequently featured on the runways by popular brands, this humble silk head scarf has seen its status elevated over the decades.


Upon a single touch, you can hear the swish of that fabric as it dances around your fingers. You can inhale its sweet scent that has traveled miles to softly land in your world. Infact, it can even be a perfect buddy for your hair as it keeps it safe from tangles, nourishes well with moisture, and preserves your hairstyle.

Silk Head Scarf

a nostalgic trend demonstrated over a century

Foy decades, silk head scarves have become a symbol of nobility and a mark of haute fashion sense. It became a reflection of an individual’s own unique personality and sensibilities. Moreover, it became a signature statement for queens, emperors, artists, and now among Hollywood Divas.And from everything we have observed on social media lately, this versatile accessory is visibly having its ‘it moment.’  

Queen Elizabeth II

Audrey Hepburn

Rihanna

A$AP Rocky

How to Creatively Style a Silk Head Scarf?

Unlike cotton or satin, silk is a breathable and less bothersome fabric. 

Hence, it is easy to experiment looks with a silk head scarf. 

Using this little piece of wonder,

 let’s learn to master the art of scarf-gramming. 

01CLASSIC BANDANA STYLE

Tie a silk scarf like a bandana; you are good to go for that wild or free-spirit mood. Scarves are in vogue as headbands, and there are quite cool to go with many styles of outfits here. Plus, a multi-colored silk head scarf can blend well with many items in your wardrobe. 

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02/ PONY HAIR TIE

Just wear your long silk head scarf with a mock open hair look while you tie it invisibly around a small hidden pony.

03NUN STYLE

A square silk head scarf is simply endless with possibilities. Ever thought of using it as a nun look? Goes well with certain outfits, for sure.

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04/ BHABUSHKA

It’s time to turn into little Red Riding-hood with this special knot tied just below the chin.


05/ CHIC HEAD SCARF

Use a new way every day to tie these silk head scarves. You can make a statement with a boho dress with a rugged knot or underline a formal look with a classy fold. 

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06/ HAIR BRAIDS STYLE

Cover it in clever layers around a delicate braid.


07/ HAIRBAND

Use it as a hairband with a casual knot hanging lightly beside a lovely mop of hair. Better yet, team it with your exact hair shade. Like this beautifully-brown bandana.

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08/ CLASSIC HEAD SCARF

Let the tail of the silk head scarf rest on your shoulders with this different look for a hairband do.


09/ SCARF BOW FOR THE MESSY BUN

Running late? Have just enough time for a quick messy bun? Make a dash with a silk head scarf twirled around the bun. It doesn’t look so careless anymore.

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10/ HEADWRAP

Use a square silk head scarf to swaddle your hair in a demure hoodie for the head. 


11/ CLASSIC HAIR BOW

Just pull your hair in your palm and pack them with a soft, playful bow that rests as a center-piece butterfly on your hair.

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12/ SHORT HAIR SCARF LOOK

For those with short hair, here’s a new way to wear a long silk head scarf – sport it with a bow that flows into a long tail across your slender back.

13/ LONG HAIR SCARF LOOK

For a poetic candlelight evening, just corral your hair into a loose ponytail and throw a long chiffon silk head scarf around it. Works even better for Rapunzel-long hair.

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14/ HEAD WRAP STYLE

Wrap the silk head scarf in two layers around your head and then conclude with a diagonal bow at the nape of your neck.

15/ THIN HEADBAND STYLE

Those with a muppet cut can experiment with a new kind of hairband – without visible knots and rolled into a thin cannoli. 

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16/ TOP KNOTS HEADBAND

Tying the knots at the aisle or the neck is boring. Why not tie the knot of your silk head scarf right at the top cleanly, with the ends gathered neatly below the band? Goes splendidly with a chequered silk head scarf. 


17/ HIPPIE LOOK

How about using a naughty triangle silk head scarf for that 60s Hippie look? You never know!

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18/ HEAD ON BANDANA LOOK

It’s summertime. Time to put a hat on the bandana look and walk with the swagger of an Arab Sheikh.


19/ SCARF PLAITING STYLE

Who says a braid can only be made with hair? Dissolve the distance between your hair and that lovely silk head scarf by plaiting it together as the third strand. The soul-mates meet here, ah! 

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20/ SILK SCARF FOR MEN

There are few things that scream "I'm a fashion icon!" more than a man in babushka. 

The silk hair scarf worn by men in babushka style is now making a comeback as a fashion accessory. 

It's a bold look, and one that will show the world you're not afraid to take risks when it comes to your wardrobe.

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Your Silk Head Scarf:

The New Show-Stopper

Whether a travel savior or a carry-on, one can find shelter in this small piece of silk head scarf, thanks to its endless versatility. From asymmetrical to vintage, psychedelic to floral to geometric, there are many elegant options.


Take inspiration from Bella Hadid, Selena Gomez, Bradd Pitt, Harry Styles, and Johnny Depp, who have shown us how a silk head scarf can be a hit.


In a world full of noise, herds, and uniforms – your simple little silk head scarf can adorn you with a signature.


Wear your autograph the signature way. Happy floating!

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