With the winter weather still upon us up here in New England, it’s not yet the moment to run for shorts and tank tops galore. This Fashionista has the right idea keeping bundled up to survive the last few windy days of spring, but I love how fashionably she does so. It’s quite easy sometimes to just throw on your North Face parka and run to class, but why not have fun with these last days of winter weather? I love how this Fashionista embraces the cold with her accessories. From her fur lined booties to her adorably chic peacoat and paisley headscarf, she has got cold weather covered.
There are no better words to describe this Fashionista’s look than chic and stylish. Her classical headscarf instantly throws you back into time and makes me want to immediately jump on this trend. With the wind these days, I am looking for any accessory that will keep my hair in place. In addition to being practical, it is also fashionable to a T. It’s understated and simple while also making a bold statement. Pieces like this are hard to come by, so when you find a good one you don’t let it go. They are also very versatile since you can turn almost any scarf into a headscarf. I love that headscarfs come in many patterns and colors, therefore making it eye-catching. It adds an nice touch of pizzazz, but can also easily work with your other accessories as well. This Fashionista portrays this effortlessly by capturing the hints of orange in her headscarf in her knit mittens.
Headscarves are also the ideal transition piece as we slowly move into spring and warmer weather. Since they are made of a lightweight fabric, they’re perfect for those days of driving around with the windows down. Whatever the weather outside, these headscarves will keep you all stylishly wrapped up.
How To: The perfect thing about headscarves is that they can be worn for any occasion. If you’re trying to integrate it into your day-to-day wear match it with a pair of jeans and Converse sneakers for a relaxed look. However they also can be worn for a more upscale event. Depending on the print and pattern of the scarf this dictates what clothes to match it with. If you’re working with a busy and bright scarf, look to a neutral look to balance it out.