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Saturday, January 1, 2011


Tuck the ends into a belt—For beautiful scarves you want to show off, loop one around your neck and hold it in place with a belt. It's an interesting way to add a casual layer.

Clockwise, from left: J. Crew spring lookbook photo;Topshop spring lookbook photo; Topshop Heart Garland Scarf, $36, available at Topshop; French ConnectionCandy Stripe Scarf, $38, available at French Connection.
Try out some new headscarf tricks —There's nothing new about wearing a scarf on your head, but we suggest test-driving a few new twists. We love taking longer, skinny scarves and braiding them up or going more glam and wearing one turban-style.

Clockwise, from left: H&M spring lookbook photo; Shabd Tie-Dyed Silk Scarf, $175, available at Barneys New YorkAlexander McQueen Skull Scarf, $260, Lorick spring lookbook photos.Channel a grown-up Girl Scout—Take your smaller scarves and tie it around your neck like a bandanna with the two ends in front. Pick a scarf in a great print to keep it from looking too hokey.

Clockwise, from left: Rachel Comey spring runway; Topshop Heart Print Scarf, $24, French Connection Bornshin Scarf, $48, L.L. Bean Kennebunk Scarf, $19.95, Rachel Comey Bobcat Tie Scarf, $92, available at La Garçonne.
WhoWhatWear : How To Wear Scarves 
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