Tie it Up!

Whether it’s a bandana with a paisley pattern or a silk scarf with a mosaic design, neck scarves are back and I am loving them.

This great trend reminds me of the “Pink Ladies” in Grease, my all-time favourite movie. The age and character this accessory brings can really add a lot to your outfits. Olivia Palermo rocked this trend during Fashion Week Fall 2015, thanks to top designers like Tommy Hilfiger, Tom Ford, Saint Laurent and Gucci who integrated stylish neck accessories into their collections.

Now in 2016, this trend is still hot and current. With a million different ways to accessorize your neck, this accessory should be a staple in your wardrobe. Wear them with a tight black dress and add class to your night or pair it with a pair of ripped jeans and your favourite graphic tee to add some edge. Whatever your style might be this is sure to add some flare.

Personally, I’m digging the silk. There’s something about silk that makes me feel regal and classy. While taking a peak into The Met store, I noticed a wall of scarves that caught my eye. Not only were they silk, but each of them represented a work of art. As you know from my previous post about the met how much I loved it there, you obviously know that I bought it. Being the indecisive person I am, I finally chose the Klimt Symbol Maiden Neckerchief and absolutely love it!


Check it out!

For other great neck scarves click on the links below! They are fab!!!

Zara $15.90 Striped Bandana 

Aritzia $20 Jade Garden Square

Urban Outfitters $8 Basic Bandana

The Gap $17.95  Floral Classic Bandana 

Forever21 $6.90 Sheer Grid Scarf


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