Despite being one of the great strangers to most of us, the handkerchiefthat complement that most of the time is forgotten, is the most versatile accessory there is forks perfect to complete all your looks this summerto the purest Lady Di’s style. It not only brings color, originality, a touch of freshness and elegance to our lookscan also become the protagonist of the same if we use it as a top either like a pareo. However, if we refer to the scarf as a complement, we must know that it has the ability to turn an outfit around and there are hundreds of ways to wear it to achieve it. Diana of Wales used to wear it in three different waysdepending on the type of scarf and the occasion and, now, you can imitate his style with these scarves from our favorite stores. On the one hand, the easiest way wearing a handkerchief (and the one that most reminds us of Lady Di) is tied around the neck, completing a looks of blazer, like this one by Isabel Díaz Ayusoa blouse or a dress, like these so ideal from Zara, Lefties and Primark. On the other hand, the scarf can be worn over the head, as a turban, headband, or crossed under the chin. Finally, from Lady Diana we learned to wear the scarf backwardsin the most elegant way that they now imitate our influencers favorites on the most special occasions and that it is ideal to wear with strapless dresses.
However, we can wear the scarf in many other ways: as a belt or as a charm that decorates our jeans (or even more elegant pants), hanging in our favorite bag to give it a differentiating touch, on the wrist as a bracelet, as a hair tie decorating our mane, on the neck simulating a looks sailor or even, above the shoulders up to the waist and collected with a belt, simulating a vest and in the shape scarf sandals, like Tamara Falcó with these Jimmy Choo. Be that as it may and you wear it in the way you most want, this summer you cannot be left without a scarf to try to match the elegance of the Princess Diana and to contribute to your looks the touch of colour, freshness, originality and differentiation that they need.
Violette Flower, by Bijou Brigitte (€19.95)
Tropical bodice, by Desigual (€19.95)
Printed square scarf, from Parfois (€9.99)
Geometric print scarf, by Mango (€12.99)
Orange patterned scarf, by HyM (€9.99)
Geometric flower scarf, by Pull and Bear (€9.99)
Hawaii Sunset scarf, by Its Lava (€24)
Eden scarf, from You Are The Princess (€9.95)
Printed satin scarf, from Zara (€9.95)
Pack of two butterfly and tie dye bandanas, from Stradivarius (€9.99)
And it is that run and get one of these scarves before you run out of time to think of the thousand ways in which you are going to combine it this summer.