5 Stylish Ways to Wear Your Wearable Histories Scarf

History, meet design. Design, meet fashion. Buttercrumble's Wearable Histories collection is a beautiful combination of both. Each silk scarf features an illustration inspired by mid-century fashion and lifestyle.

When I wear a silk scarf, I never feel so definitely like a woman, a beautiful woman.
— Audrey Hepburn

Scarves are versatile accessories which can be styled in a number of ways depending on how you feel! Today we wanted to share some styling ideas with you.

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Frenchie Style

Roll the scarf into a thin rectangle and wrap this around your neck to create a cute bow. This look is favoured amongst Parisians and it's clear to see why.

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Draped Casually

This has to be the simplest way to style your scarf. Wrapping the scarf softly over your shoulders will always look classy.

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Statement Headpiece

If you're a fan of the vintage-look, why not wear the scarf as a statement headpiece? This look was adopted by style icons such as Jackie O and Brigitte Bardot.

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As a Belt

Consider yourself more of a rebel? Scarves tied around the waist offer a cooler and more bohemian look. Just guide the scarf through your belt loops and tie in a loose knot at the front.

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With your Handbag

Blogger and fashionista, Kirsty from Fashion for Lunch styled "The Call" scarf with her handbag. We love the colour-combination!

How do you like to style your scarf? Don't forget to share your suggestions with us. We'd love to hear from you.

If you're anything like us, you'll know that a scarf always adds an elegant touch. Create a style statement with the Wearable Histories collection.