Head scarf, what was once considered as old and traditional fashion now comes back and becomes the chic way to update your wardrobe to become more stylish without breaking your budget. Many designers have
come up with a scarf fashion that they can be used as a veil in 2011 and head scarf is forecast to become a hot trend in 2012. This scarf mode can be used in all weather and can be used to protect the head, face and neck from the hot summer sun and winter cold also.
There are plenty ways to wear the look, what important is choosing the print and color that suit you and your outfit. The colors used for the scarves is very modern and bright and therefore you can use it with different types of clothes you wear every day. Normally head crarf’s print and color are alsway matchy with the outfit to draw the inspiration for your look.
Karen Walker head scraves keep more inline with 1940s Rosie The Riveter iconography.
Sporty style head scarf
Most of the clothing for the head scarf made of silk, wool, chiffon, satin, cotton and polyester. And if you care much about quality then go for the head scarfmade by cashmere shawl pashmina or shawl made from the finest quality of wool.
Belows are some common ways to different your style just one head crarf.
1. The Hair Band
This is the most simple head crarf. Wrap the crarf across your forehead and behind your ears, then finish by a square knot at the nape of your neck. This style can give you a ferminine and polished look. You can tuck the ends of scarf neatly into the band for a more streamlined effect.
2. The Pony tail
Before wrapping the scarf around your pony tail, fold it on the bias. Try this on the evening to help create a glamorous look with your simple ponytail.
3. The classic head scarf
Fold your scarf into a triangle and drape it over your head. Cross the ends of the scarf under your chin and then take them round your neck to the back tie behind your neck.
4. The head wrap
Fold your scarf into a triangle as in the classic style and drape it over your head with the long edge of the triangle across your forehead (in classic head scarf this long edge only above your hairline). Take the two ends back across your ears and tie tightly on the back with square knot.
5. The Turban
The Turban has not disappeared from the scene, it’s your best choice for spring. You could combine this style with vintage outfit. This vintage look will make you look more gorgeous as well as keep your hair in place all day.
Fold your scarf into a triangle and drape it over your head with the long edge of the triangle across your forehead. Take the two ends back to the nape of your neck and tie in a single knot, then bring them back up to your forehead and tie a small square knot.
6. The hat wrap
Fold your scarf into a triangle and lay it across the crown of your hat, take the two ends of the long edge of the scarf and pull them around the sides of the crown of the hat, then tie them in a square at the back. This style suits well for your sunny days on the beach.