Hi everyone! I’m glad to be back, and share another tutorial on how to get the most bang for your buck concerning your wardrobe. This post will be another wardrobe remix featuring my favourite accessory for summer – a light silk scarf. Scarves are the perfect addition to any outfit in the summertime; the weather is hot, outfits are casual and the addition of a silk scarf tied in your hair can turn even a basic jean short and t-shirt into something special. I have a variety of light silk scarves, all which were purchased inexpensively at the thrift store. For this particular tutorial, we will be focusing on three very simple but unique styles that will guarantee to add longevity to your summer wardrobe.
1. The Slim Turban
The first style is probably my most used, and a great way to add a touch of bohemian vibe to your look. Start by folding your silk scarf down the middle horizontally, reducing the scarf to half of its size. Place the scarf at the back of your head and bring each side forward towards your face, making sure that both sides are equal. Join each side in front of your head and in the middle of your forehead, twist the scarf around itself twice, then bring both ends to the back of your head again and make a knot to secure everything in place. Tuck in any loose ends from the knot back into the head wrap at the back of your head, and adjust the slim turban to your liking – I like to pull at either side to make my turban larger and also take this opportunity to tuck in any loose hair at the top of my head. The result is a fun and casual bohemian slim turban, perfect for a music festival or a lazy summer day.
2. Bohemian Head Wrap
3. Silk Scarf Headband
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Joëlle is a twenty-something wife, working professional, and personal style enthusiast living in Toronto, Ontario. Her blog, La Petite Noob, covers everything to do with exploring personal style, beauty and lifestyle, as well as documenting her list of 30 things to do before 30. She is an aspiring world traveler, obsessive Instagrammer and will never say no to a good gin and tonic.