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How to wear a silk scarf

Donna Wilson Spring Summer 2018

Our silk scarves come in two sizes and three bold, beautiful prints. Made in the UK from 100% silk twill, they’ll add a pop of pattern and colour to any outfit. Here are just a few suggestions for how to wear a silk scarf.

How to wear a silk scarf

Donna Wilson - Flower Silk Neckerchief - Pink

Tie a small silk scarf around your neck girl-scout style.

 

Donna Wilson - Snake Silk Scarf - Pink

Wrap a large silk scarf around your neck and tie in a bow.

 

Donna Wilson - Snake Silk Neckerchief - Blue

Wrap a small silk scarf around your head prairie-style.

 

Donna Wilson - Flower Silk Scarf - Gold

Knot a large silk scarf loosely at the neck.

 

Donna Wilson - Snake Silk Scarf - Blue

Wrap a large silk scarf around your shoulders and tie at the front.

 

Donna Wilson - Flower Silk Scarf - Gold

Wrap a large silk scarf around your hair and channel a vintage look.

 

Donna Wilson - Flower Silk Scarf - Turquoise

Drape a large silk scarf across your shoulders for a lightweight cover-up.

Shop our collection of silk scarves here.

 

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