Fall has swiftly moved in my part of the country, and as always this time of year, my wardrobe desires shift from maxi dresses to layers. Scarves have been one of those things that I think look great on others, but I could never quite figure out how to master. I love how they can turn a basic outfit into something with a little more visual interest.
This limited-edition mermaid-print scarf by Tadashi Shoji (one of my absolute favorite designers) was exclusively designed for the Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation to help raise awareness for their breast cancer research projects. Throughout the month of October, 20% of total net proceeds from the TadashiShoji.com and Tadashi Shoji boutiques will be donated to the SWCRF’s breast cancer research programs seeking to eradicate breast cancer and develop less toxic treatments for patients.
Style 1: Simple Wrap
This is my default scarf wearing style – a simple wrap pulled loose from the neck. Easy and comfortable.
Style 2: The Bow
I thought this would look silly, but after finding this tutorial on Pinterest, I loved it. This might be my new favorite way to wear a scarf!
Style 3: Tucked Braid
I saw this tutorial on how to braid a scarf, and I ended up taking the loose ends and wrapping them into the scarf so it was more of a necklace-style. The braid I did wasn’t super tight, but you can make it really defined if you want.
Photos by Emily Moseley