by Renae Virata
Here’s a fun way to transition between winter and spring: layered scarves. Mixing textures, colors, and weights is an effortless way to up your scarf look a notch for easy, casual chic.
I was walking around town on this unusually warm winter day when I spotted two girls walking together. One had a regular, pashmina-like scarf, and the other rocked a beautiful floral silk scarf. Somehow, my fashion senses got ahold of me at just that moment, and I visually meshed the two looks together. So, as soon as I got home, I decided to see for myself how layering a silk scarf over a warmer scarf would look – and love it!
How to Do It
- Wrap your longer, knit scarf (a medium-weight, pashmina style is best) around your neck so that the ends hang on your chest.
- Tie the lighter, woven scarf into a loose kerchief around your neck.
- Position the lighter scarf so that it bunches slightly on the top and rests loosely on the wrapped part of the longer scarf.
Travelistas - do you have a do-it-yourself look that either helps you transition between seasons or maximizes this season’s wardobe? Send them in, and we’ll share it: email@example.com.