How your scarf

How your scarf

If, like us, you can't get through winter without your trusty scarf, then we've got the ultimate styling guide for you. There are so many ways to style your scarf, depending on your mood, your outfit, the weather - and we're here to help you make the most of this wardrobe staple. For the colder months, we favour our 100% cashmere styles - they offer warmth and comfort while adding style and sophistication to your look.

Without further ado, let us take you through our scarf styling tips...

The Classic

Banvard & James Cashmere Scarf

Purple & Ochre Gradiant Pure Cashmere Scarf

This is the perfect way to wear your scarf to showcase our gradient styles. The colours of these are beautifully graduated from one end to the other. This classic way of wearing your scarf goes well in any weather and with any outfit.

The Long Knot

Banvard & James Cashmere Scarf

Navy Pure Cashmere Sandford Scarf

To get this look, simply drape your scarf around your neck, with one end slightly longer than the other, and create a knot at the front by looping the longer end of the scarf under and over the other. This couldn't be simpler and adds instant elegance to your look.

The loop through

Banvard & James Cashmere ScarfPurple Pure Cashmere Sandford Scarf

For this one, fold your scarf in half to create a loop at one end, put it around your neck and put the loose ends through the loop, pulling it tight (but not too tight!) around your neck. This style is best for those really cold days and we also find it works well when on a brisk walk or cycling as it stays in place really well.

The Drape

Banvard & James Cashmere ScarfPale Blue Pure Cashmere Sandford Scarf

The simplest of all but super chic - just drape your scarf around your neck, making sure the ends are of equal length. This option works really well alongside an overcoat as it allows your scarf to fall gracefully alongside your coat lapels. Perfect for those early spring days when the weather starts to warm up slightly.

The Front Tie

Banvard & James Cashmere ScarfMustard Pure Cashmere Sandford Scarf

Similar to the long knot but instead of looping one section of the scarf over the other, tie a knot near to your neck and let the two ends of the scarf sit equally on either side of the knot. We find this style makes a real statement out of the scarf - it can't be missed and adds texture and interest to your ensemble.

The Throwover

Banvard & James Cashmere ScarfWarm Ginger Pure Cashmere Sandford Scarf

Another classic style - drape your scarf around your neck and simply throw one end over your shoulder. Simple, elegant, chic. Works with any outfit, in any season.

We hope you've found our guide to styling your scarf useful. Look out for more handy style guides in the future.


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