A Headscarf Is The Statement-Making Accessory You Need For Fall

Scarves are so versatile—you can wear them around your neck, on your handbag, tied around your bicep or wrist, even on your ankle. But it’s the most traditional of all placements that’s been trending for the past year or so: on your head.

From Tokyo to Copenhagen, designers and street style stars have been styling looks with headscarves. It’s a chic look, reminiscent of Jackie O or Sophia Loren vacationing on the Amalfi Coast.

Luckily, it’s easy enough to achieve the look with a simple knot at the nape of the neck or under the chin. And several designers have come out with gorgeous creations on various sizes of silk squares of fabric. From Hermes’ classic equestrian prints to Centinelle’s pedal boats and broccolini, there is truly a scarf design for everyone.

Below I’ve gathered a collection of some of the most statement-making and stylish scarves from a variety of designers—just in time for end-of-summer breezy beach vacations and the impending transition into fall.

Centinelle Nicasio Valley large silk square scarf, $150


Manner Market Western silk scarf, $55

Le Scarf No. 7, $130

Gucci GG floral print scarf, $495

Ganni cotton voile logo scarf, $65

Hermes Eperon D’or scarf 45, $205

& Other Stories tropical print satin scarf, $49

Versace Tresor de la Mer scarf, $395

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