Spring Scarves Are A Massive Fashion Trend: Here's How To Do It Right

Photographed by Christian Vierig.
Even if you've only seen them on Instagram — not exactly a place full of "real life" moments — springtime scarves are a trend that's definitely happening. Tied turtleneck-style, loosely knotted like ascots, or wrapped around wrists and ankles, colorful silk scarves are about to become the next big trend. If you're a fashion fanatic who likes to be the first to adopt a look, this is very exciting news.

The new way to wear spring scarf? Think French New Wave, not '50s poodle skirt. It's cool and relaxed, not jaunty and precious. And, unlike most accessories, you can wear 'em a half-dozen ways — see if your midi rings can manage that.
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Photographed by Christian Vierig.
Tie a loose knot on diagonal ends and let it drape around your neck like an infinity scarf.

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Use it as a belt, because you can.

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A little knot against your bare neck is subversive and sexy — see the image on the right for reference.

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Wrap a scarf around your neck a few times and wear it under a jacket or sweater for a mock mock turtleneck.

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Photographed by Christian Vierig.
Or, tie a scarf on an tilt to create a unique effect.

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