Style Will Summer Be All About The ‘60s Headscarf?

17:36  08 august  2018
17:36  08 august  2018 Source:   elle.com.au

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Just like Jackie Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn and Queen Elizabeth, the silk scarf worn tied under the chin is going to be the cutest summer trend in 2018. Will Summer Be All About The ‘ 60 s Headscarf ? Here’s hoping.

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This just in: when summer rolls around, we'll all be dressing like an off-duty Queen Elizabeth II at the races.

Well, sort of.

With the winter months winding down, and our minds turning irrepressibly to summer wardrobes, summer wines, and summer hair, we're also thinking about summer accessories. And we have it on good authority that the next big It-item will be the silk scarf.

But not worn around necks or anchoring ponytails. Cast your mind back to '60s era Jackie Kennedy, with a Hermes scarf tied under her chin and her iconic square-frame glasses peeking out, and to Audrey Hepburn riding around in a cashmere sweater with a black silk scarf pinned under her chin in Funny Face.

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The resurgence of the ' 60 s silk headscarf , the cutesy beaded bag and off-the-cuff pearl jewellery prove we ' re throwing back in a big way when it comes to sourcing statement pieces. Fashion Will Summer Be All About The ‘ 60 s Headscarf ?

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And, of course, Queen Elizabeth sporting her signature off-duty scarf, which she has been wearing faithfully for decades.

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But while the under-the-chin style does conjure up charming images of chic Italian grandmothers and/or movie stars riding in convertibles, we are also partial to the nape-of-the-neck approach, too.

Here, the scarf—folded in half, if it's a square—is laid over the top of the head and secured under the hair at the base of the neck.

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Both iterations have been spotted on runways (Versace, Albus Lumen, Richard Quinn) and campaigns (Rouje, Totême, ZARA) alike, further convincing us that it's on track to becoming the accessory du jour by spring.

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