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Use it as a top, head band, belt, and so much more!
Scarves are perhaps summer's most versatile accessory. When styled right, they can be worn as tops and head pieces that'll give you the cutest beach looks. Issa Pressman sure knows the aesthetic value of this underrated summer piece so she took to
it's that easy!
Confused about how to style your scarves? These influencers show you 5 stylish ways to turn your favorite oversized scarves into tops and accessories!TOP STORY: 5 Stylish Celebrities Who Wore the Cutest Bikinis While Vacationing in Boracay Kaila Estrada shows you different
Did you know it takes up to six months to make one Hermès scarf?
After its debut in 1937, the Hermès scarf has not slowed down in popularity among the world’s most sophisticated women. It has been seen on everyone from old Hollywood superstars (draped as headscarves as the wind blows from the outside of their top-down
Wrap it up.
Introducing your new fave beach lewk. The recipe? A silken scarf and bare minimum folding prowess. In short, we're bananas over triangle bandanas!Whether you're thinking '90s girl group TLC or Audrey Hepburn in 1963's romantic thriller Charade, there's an interpretation for every taste.
You'll love these, for sure!
So you've grown out of your headbands or perhaps you're just looking for something new to accessorize your locks. Don't fret, you're not the only one—and no, Queen B won't be disappointed! Below, we round up five of the coolest and newest
From jackets to beach towels!
In the era of gender inclusivity, fashion follows suit and takes progressive steps with the help of brands that transfer power to the wearer and achieve wider acceptance of everyone's preferences. While some may think that gender-neutral fashion is just a trend
Paulina Ortega is making us want to shop for scarves, jewelry, and slip dresses right now!
Filipina graphic designer and visual artist Paulina Ortega has found her way back home from Australia, and she's announcing her return to Manila with a triple collection launch! Last year, Paulina launched a capsule collection of scarves that showcased handpainted images of mangoes and dalagang bukid.
Allow her to demonstrate.
Light packing is clearly Chi Gibbs' expertise. If you're headed somewhere sunny and sizzlin' soon, take her advice and carry with you nothing but a slew of zany silk scarves!She's been making a serious case for '90s-flavored scarf tops, first knotting a
You'll want to wear these prints, stat!
Fashion has come full circle, rekindling our love for prints that were popularized decades ago. The '90s grunge is given a street wear treatment, the bold '80s is making us fall back in love with vivid colors, and the swanky silhouette of
It's effortless Parisian chic.
We'll be the first in line to admit that when it comes to dressing for our tropical climes, a scarf isn't exactly at the top of our accessories list. Most of the time, reaching for one simply doesn't make sense. Still, we
You'll be surprised at the many ways!
As Filipinos, we rarely incorporate scarves in our daily wardrobe. Probably because we only have two seasons: wet and dry. Our scarf game is strong when we go abroad and stun in our city outfits, but these celebrities and bloggers can show
Give it a try!
The scarf is an underrated accessory only because not everyone has seen its maximum potential. At the mere mention of it, tropical-living gals like us tend to doubt its sartorial merit considering that it's usually known as a layering piece to keep
Scarf-tying is quite the elusive art, even for the most seasoned fashion girl. After all, it's one thing to simply knot a pretty silk piece around your neck, but to turn it into an actual, wearable piece of clothing and make it
In case your fave purse doesn't come with a crossbody sling option!
Quick story time: I was mindlessly scrolling through luxury consignment e-shop TheRealReal last weekend, and found an adorable mini Lady Dior that was selling for a total steal price. The catch? It didn't come with a long strap! This made me think
Let Camille Co teach you.
A scarf is usually out of the question when dealing with our infamous tropical heat. More fabric? Not a great idea...unless you're smart about it! Case in point: Check out how Camille Co adds a fun touch of extra print to her
It's perfect for that subtle flair.
If you're the fuss-free type who thinks armfuls of bangles and enormous doorknob earrings are just too much work, why not consider a silk scarf? Here are the pros: it's a single item, you can work it a thousand different ways, and
Affirmative: a skinny scarf, though several times slimmer, can be twice as fun as your regular square-cut kind! You'll see what we mean soon enough: below, a cute n' quick video tutorial on the ton o' ways you can wrap things up.Produced
Get those knots going!
A scarf is the choker's classy aunt. It's one of those simple accessories that give your outfits a pop of sophistication without much effort, although we won't deny that it can be a little intimidating at first. Think about this, though: If
We’re just not ready to let them go.
We all love welcoming the new year with a clean slate and a fresh beginning. And although we are aware this requires us to leave some things behind, there are others we’re just not quite ready to let go of.Below, seven über
One shop; 9 imported menswear brands for your boyfriend and, well, you.
(Image via Signet)The newest addition to Upper Legazpi, Signet, is a multi-brand specialty store catering mainly to men. Wooden planks, a leather armchair and a femme concession - a vase of lilies - greet the customer. On a recent trip, Style Bible