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Three ways to combine a scarf

Three ways to combine a scarf

By Emi Seiti / In this article we will talk about my favorite summer accessories ... scarf- the stylish timeless accessory that you can wear all year round. Silk is the main material for them, although the materials may be different. In my opinion the scarf is the perfect plus of any outfit.

There are days when my hair is more beautiful, clean and full of shine, but there are also days that do not stick well. And the head scarf or otherwise head scarf can help me a lot. Colorful and varied ... there are also those that can not be put only on the head and are perfect for spring, summer and autumn. With this scarf we can make from the simplest patterns to the most intricate patterns. I chose three combinations and just a scarf with three different patterns for you this week.

Three ways to combine a scarf

This "Hermès" scarf complements any outfit and can be worn in many ways. The first case concerns the street style or otherwise 'street wear style'.

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I decided on the first way to tie it around the body. First tie around the chest. Pull tight to overcome the biceps, then place the corners up around the neck, then tie in half knots to secure it.

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I called it street style, as I decided to combine this scarf with these pale colored jeans with a high waist from "Zara" which make the legs look long and thin.

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For sandals I chose "Zara" again. The sandals are camel colored. I chose these little earrings from "Zara" which have a really nice detail.

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For the bag I chose this (mini-pouch) from "Bottega Veneta" which is made of soft leather with a caramel brown color. As we all know now, this bag remains the most popular.

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While this method of tying the scarf is the method I use the most. (Bohemian Head Wrap), as it gives you an exotic look. You will start by opening the scarf completely, placing one skirt along the forehead and bringing the other skirt to the back of the head, covering it completely and then the only thing left for you to do is tie the scarf.

Three ways to combine a scarf

I decided to combine this scarf with these swimsuits from "Jade Swim" which are perfect for a style without much fuss.

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This short dress from "Dodo Bar Or" is perfect for walking from the road stones to the restaurant, from the restaurant around the city.

Three ways to combine a scarf

This dress gives your holiday a bohemian feel.

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For the bag I chose this (tote) from "Saint Laurent", the size of which will prove its value on trips to the beach or sunny days in the city.

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I chose these slippers from "Gabriela Hearst" which are ideal for the beach.

Three ways to combine a scarf

The time has come for the last combination and the simplest method: the braid. The only thing you need to do is tie the hair down with a translucent bra. It works with almost any size or shape as long as you can secure it in a knot. And then all you have to do is tie the scarf.

Three ways to combine a scarf

This scarf model would go so well with this dress from "Jacquemus" which is the perfect summer style. Wherever you go on the beach or for a party before midnight this is the dress to choose. It may be an expensive dress, but I made it in the most perfect way at "T&N Couture", in Tirana and I am calm at last, because I know what the trouble is to search online and it does not always hit the mark.

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Then I chose to combine it with these sandals with camel colored ankle straps from "Zara".

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While this small bag from "Loewe" created from canvas is ideal for this outfit.

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The latest accessory of this combination is this small and simple pendant from "Zara".