Why You Need a Neck Scarf in Your Wardrobe

The neck scarf has been my accessory of the summer.

Why? Because they're so versatile! 

How to wear them: 

1. Classic Neck Scarf: Fold your scarf in half so the square is cut diagonally into a triangle. Hold the ends and roll the scarf into a strip of fabric. Wrap the scarf around your neck so the two ends come forward and tie the two ends together leaving about 2-3 inches left on the ends. Double knot and you're left with a super european look. 

2. Easy Breezy Headband: follow the steps above, but instead of wrapping the fabric around your neck, simply pull the two ends on top of your head, pulling back your hair along with the fabric (sometimes it's easier with your hair up in a pony tail or bun) tie on the side of your head by double knotting leaving 2-3 inches of fabric. If the ends are too long and stick up simply tuck them under the fabric. 

3. A Bag Accessory: On your favorite satchel or tote bag,  simply knot the folded scarf onto the handle. If you're looking to attach it more, if there is a top handle (I find this looks best when there is only one handle, like a small satchel) wrap the fabric around the handle until it covers it all and tuck in the ends. 

Romper: Madewell / Bandana: Madewell ($12) / Floral Scarf: Tory Burch ($68) / Sunglasses: Oliver Peoples / Earrings: The Impeccable Pig 

Caroline Bogrette