The first signs of autumn are undeniably visible, and while some of us are desperately trying to hold on to the remnants of summer, the hard truth is that autumn is well and truly on its way. One of the most important transition wardrobe pieces in your wardrobe is your scarf.
Apart from using your scarf as a stylish accessory, your scarf will provide warmth for both the summer-autumn transition period and the colder months thereafter. For this reason, it is vital that you invest in good quality scarves that will serve you well during the colder months. Opt for a combination of plain, bright colours and pattered scarves.
There are three must have scarves you should aim to introduce to your wardrobe or reclaim from your scarf drawer:
Probably the most versatile scarf. Perfect for smart casual occasions. Simply loop it around your neck European style or let it hang loose in a cowl neck. Wraps come with infinite possibilities to reinvent your signature look. Here are some of my favourites:
Oui Cactus Print Scarf
Linea Cashmink Scarf
Ted Baker Tropical Toucan Scarf
Sleek and perfect for everyday wear. Can be used as a necktie to make an ideal accompaniment to office wear, upmarket meetings or elegant brunches with friends.Here are my favourite Oblong scarves:
Ted Baker Rose Skinny Scarf
Ted Baker Fuchsia Pink Long Scarf
Ted baker Rose on Canvas Skinny Scarf
Traditional and indubitably debonair, square scarves are classy in silk and bring volume or fashionably understated taste with a cleverly done knot. Perfect for very smart and stylish occasions. Here are my favourite square scarves:
Linea Stripe Border Scarf
Paul Smith Silk Square Scarf
Dickins and Jones Spot Silk Scarf
Of-course a scarf is an accessory and selecting the right accessory for you is a very personal choice. Therefore, only buy the scarves that light you up and match your complexion. If you are not sure what shades suit you, consider booking my style consultation HERE.
Do you have your favourite scarves ready to serve you over the next few weeks and months?
What types of summer-autumn transition carves do you like best?