With the chilly temps starting to roll in, especially in our southern sister states (shoutout to our friends in Tassie!), we have started to shift our thinking to warming Autumnal vibes.
But wait… With Summer moving out, but not quite gone, and Autumn moving in, but not quite fully arrived, we are experiencing a time when we get more of an arm workout taking jackets and scarfs on and off than we do with weights at the gym!
Although this trans seasonal time can be irritating, there is something special and a little magical about Autumn moving in because we love layering up! I mean who doesn’t? Pulling a cosy cardi over a cute dress and pairing it with boots and a stylish scarf is an adorable autumn look on anyone!
Let's explore some ways we can style our trans seasonal layers, starting with some stylish scarfs. See below to find a bit of inspiration and get ready to fall in love with autumn and layers if you haven't already!
Scarfs are brilliantly versatile and can be styled in many different ways, here is a small selection to get you started.
You can easily drape the scarf over your shoulders to provide an item of interest for the eye or add colour to your base outfit. This style will also help to elongate any shorter figures. A simple but classy way to add a scarf to your trans seasonal look. This can also then be easily shimmed over the shoulders for the perfect cosy shawl effect.
- Loop the scarf around your neck (as seen in the above image)
- Take the very end corners (two ends nearest each other) of the scarf and tie a small double knot at the end - you should have one big looped scarf now
- Here's the pièce de résistance, hold the scarf on either side of your knot and twist your right hand over your left to create another loop, pop that over your head
- Shuffle the scarf around until you have the style you would like and voila you have your infintiy loop style.
Throw and Go
If in doubt, pop your scarf over your neck and flick one end up and over your shoulder and there you have it, simple sophistication in one easy move, Audrey Hepburn would be proud ladies!
- Drape the scarf around your neck
- Gather both lengths in front of you
- Tie a knot
- There you have it, as simple as that.