Tied correctly, a scarf can jazz up short, long, curly, or straight strands in less than a minute. This trendy turban look is worthy of the mosh pit, or it can help you disguise a less-than-fabulous hair day. Add this stylish hair accessory to your music festival travel packing list, and see how to create it step-by-step now.
Jessica Alba's leopard print scarf could be the perfect Fall-ready accessory to adorn your look — if you could only find it. Luckily, we have! The same Tolani scarf ($89) Jessica has been spotted wearing all over LA can be yours for the same effortlessly cool finish. And, if you're craving the same casual-chic way to wear it, channel the actress's street style in '70s-inspired denim and a white tunic tee ($48) to let your leopard love shine. Just click the items above to shop a similar look.
I've been thinking about framing my Liberty of London scarf for sometime, and since the Liberty for Target housewares collection sold out in seconds, I think it's time to bite the bullet. Printed scarves, especially some of those created by international fashion houses, can truly be works of art. My father used to give my mother an Hermès scarf every year for Christmas, and I remember thinking when she tied them you couldn't see their beautiful patterns. Framing a scarf is a wonderful way to add interesting art to your home, while showcasing those sensational silks. There are a few scarves in particular, some designed by iconic artists, that would be a perfect match for your walls. Come take a look.
Fab is always up for a challenge. Now that our Paint It Black series is over, we bring you our latest adventure: Two scarves, 50 ways. You may be skeptical; is it possible to tie a scarf in 50 ways? Anything's possible — one of our mottos. There are a ton of classic styles, which we included, but Fab also thought creatively. From hair accessory to jewelry, belt to blanket, dress to pillow, we welcome you to scarf city.
Don't relegate your scarf collection to a drawer in your dresser. When they're not wrapped around your neck or holding back your hair, they can do double duty as chic accents in your home. Check out these ideas for integrating them into your home decor.
Building a unique collection of artwork for your home doesn't come easily, or cheaply. Those who think liberally about what justifies "art" often have the most interesting homes. Su Casa member ckim8120, of the wonderful blog A Sweet Concoction, is a prime example of this. She took a second look at a retro scarf that didn't quite appeal to her sartorial sensibilities, but had a beautiful living room "scape" straight out of a Parisian salon, and decided to mat and frame it. It's an unusual design to begin with, so you'd be hard pressed to find anyone with the same print on the wall. And to me it looks more like a painting than a textile. On another note, how chic is that sitting room? I want to move right into it.
For me, setting the table is a little like getting dressed: I won't be caught dead wearing the same thing two days in a row. I like to switch up my dinnerware, napkin rings, glasses, table linens, and menu (of course) each day. But sometimes I tire of my tabletop "wardrobe" and sometimes it's just laundry day. When that happens, I look into my real wardrobe for some alternatives. For this little breakfast nook, I decided to use a cotton scarf as a tablecloth. It's nothing fancy, and the shape isn't perfect for a round table, but it's just breakfast! I think the houndstooth check pattern has a sort of updated Italian ristorante vibe, don't you?
The weather has finally turned chilly which has had a certain unforeseen consequence on the color of our wardrobes. You see we own a lot of black sweaters from basic boyfriend cardigans to v-neck pullovers and even full length sweater dresses. This has us feeling a little bit bland and its only two a few weeks into fall. Not wanting to spend a lot to rectify the situation we have gone on something of a scarf binge.
I've never been a fan of branding (logos, monograms, etc.), and in fact I pretty much detest it. It kind of makes me feel like I'm in a herd of cattle. That being said, even though the Suzan Fellman Bespoke Silk Scarf Chair ($6,400) may feature a prominently placed Chanel logo, I still totally heart it. Upholstered with vintage silk scarves, it transforms your basic slipper chair into a statement piece that's a little bit Art Deco and a bit mod. Its sleek, transparent Lucite legs are a non-competing counterpart to the bold patterns, and they contribute a bit of a 1930s vibe. Love it?