It's the coolest neck accessory this season. From Gucci to Tom Ford, everyone's switched the statement neckpiece with the statement scarf. It's perfect for low-cut tops, dresses, and you can wear them over turtlenecks too. Just fold your scarf in rectangles (or triangles) and wrap it around your neck two (or three) times, depending on the length of your scarf. Now tie the loose ends at the back. For a 2015 take on the trend, tie the scarf over your hair. Totally cool!
The Neck Tie
It's one of the most common ways of wearing a scarf, but the new season has taken the trend up a notch. Designers like Gucci and Trussardi had their own versions with the ends twisted to the side, in the front, and even tucked into the jumper. Just knot your scarf once and twist it to the side, fanning out the ends. If you're looking for a chicer version then cop Leandra Medine's style and wear the scarf with the ends hanging in front. When paired with a shirt, it works great as a tie!
The Men's Inspired
Chanel, Chloé, Saint Laurent, they're all fans of the skinny scarf. Especially when it's worn like a men's tie. The trick to achieving this look is to wrap it around your neck a couple of times and then let the ends hang loose in the front. Remember: the two ends are not supposed to be on the same level. You can even draw inspo from Chanel and loop one end through another or go all out and actually tie the scarf like a tie, like the ones we saw at Tory Burch. Pair it with a tailored suit and you'll knock the trend out of the park.
The XL Scarf
It may look the easiest but we're loving how designers are playing with longer lengths. It doesn't matter how you tie the scarf, but it does matter what you pair it with. Stick to long silhouettes so that the scarf doesn't look bigger than you. Pair it with stripes or high-waisted pants and you'll automatically look taller. And finally, play with colours, prints, and materials. We're totally crushing over the metallic renditions we saw at Tommy Hilfiger.