Skinny scarves are hot for fall.
There is something a little more versatile and a little more dressy about the skinny scarf, which almost stands in for a necklace or can make a jacket pop without the bulkiness of some other scarf styles. The skinny scarf is perfect for fall, when you may not need as much added warmth as a winter scarf, but still want to have a bit of fun with style.
Here are some scarves and different ways to wear them.
Here are the scarves in the image above:
1) Yigal Azrouel Army Scarf, $350 at Blue and Cream
2) Burberry Exploded Check Mulberry Silk Scarf, $150 at Nordstrom
3) Chan Luu Sali Skinny Printed Tassel Scarf, $65 at Calypso St. Barth
4) L.K. Bennett Celine Silk Double Faced Scarf, $150 at L.K. Bennett
5) Azzali – Otto Silk Scarf, $64 at Wolf and Badger
6) Saint Laurent Lace Scarf, $375 at Net-A-Porter
7) Oasis Skinny Leopard Scarf, $14.50 at Asos
8) Lauren Ralph Lauren Skinny Silk Scarf, $45 at Lord and Taylor
9) Ted Baker Technicolor Bloom Skinny Scarf, $65 at Ted Baker
10) Saint Laurent Leopard Print Cashmere and Silk Scarf, $445 at Net-A-Porter
These scarves come in black and white and jewel tones perfect for fall and can be worn in a variety of ways. There are short and long skinny scarves, which can be worn hanging straight down, wrapped once around the neck, tied into a knot, held with a brooch or in a variety of styles. And don’t be surprised to see some skinny scarves being tied as headbands or belts, either.