For SS09, attention is on the neck and waist this summerâ€¦
On the catwalks scarf belts are knotted at the waist. Hip slung desert scarves or waist cinching ‘Obi’ scarf belt styles add a touch of on-trend glamour.Â Why not go for a Lurex fringe scarf as seen on the Marc Jacob catwalk and Anne Hathaway for a more exotic look. Click on these images to see our full selection:
Most people agree that Alexander McQueen made skull prints trendy, quirky and an urban essential. Edgy but easy to wear, skull-print scarves make any outfit on-trend.
Alexander McQueen and Thomas Wylde have made skull prints mainstream now they’re on everything from scarves, shoes and t-shirts!
Tied, knotted or hung loosely there’s no hiding from this edgy, rock and roll couture try a skull scarf and watch a simple outfit turn into rock chic gorgeousness. Try these versatile cotton skull print scarves for a quick style update:
The hottest accessory of the season has to be the animal print scarf as soon as the Tolani collection came out with this print celebrities all over the world had to have one! A large animal print scarf makes a great statement and revamps your look without splashing out on a new outfit. These prints are one of the eternal trends so buy a couple of pieces to add a punch of old school glamour to any outfit. Opt for minimalism and pair these print-heavy scarves with a neutral palette like Kim Kardashian and Michelle Trachtenberg these two effortlessly wear animal print to add pizzazz to their style.
Get Michelle and Kim’s look with these fab animal print scarves from Scarfworld.com:
Bandanas are one of the most versatile pieces of a person’s wardrobe; they’re available in any colour and hundreds of different prints.
Worn loosely around the neck or pulled up to the top of the head serves a perfect look to make fashion statement. And to prove how versatile bandanas are, take a look at Katie Holmes or Hulk Hogan rocking the bandana with two very different outfits!
We’re enjoying a proper heat wave here in the UK but when I was chilling out in Regents Park on Saturday I couldn’t help noticing how many people were wearing scarves despite the heat.
There were loads of lightweight summer scarves in all shapes and colours, tie dye prints and tribal print scarves were everywhere. But then I spotted THE scarf – the green Matthew Williamson printed scarf! We’ve all been drooling over this scarf and it’s been spotted on loads of style-savvy celebs like Rihanna. Bright and bold with a cool holiday print, it ticks all the boxes for a hot summer scarf.