Why woman wear silk scarves?

Nowadays silk scarves are a staple accessory in both men's and women's wardrobes. They are crafted from different materials such as silk, wool, cotton, manmade material and come in so many different sizes to accommodate our lifestyle and needs. 

Here are a few ultimate reasons why women adore silk scarves.


Silk scarves bring comfort by the yard, much like days of childhood when all that would bring you peace and joy was the touch and feel of a warm comforter or blanket. Reminiscent of the warm cozy bed left to brave the cold of the day, silk scarves keep you hip and feeling great throughout the day and well into the night. Look great bundled up in a loose chunky knit taupe long silk scarf over a patterned knit jumper, leggings and oversized collar coat worn with patent leather tassel loafers.

Instant Outfit Changers

Adding a silk scarf to an outfit is a guaranteed style maker and rarely a breaker. silk scarves take your style to a whole new level of cool and hip with the inexhaustible ways to wear them. Simply looped around the neck, or transformed into a necktie or pretzel knot, silk scarves will remain one of the most favored fashion accessories for women. The positives to silk scarves are two-fold with functionality taking precedence over fashion, not that it hinders style in any way. Loop a block cashmere silk scarf over long sleeve blouse, a favorite sweater or pullover, cutoff denim shorts, warm leggings and boots to match.

Style definers

Since the trend this season has shown a definite shift back to accessorizing fashion in a big way, silk scarves are the ultimate choice to make in style and personality enhancers. Bring out the cute and feminine side in you with a knit silk scarf tied in a bow knot in the front, or drape it in elegance around shoulders and neck for a royal approach. Look glamorous in neutral (black) stretch dress, black tights, long collared overcoat in a muted color, worn with zip ankle heel booties, matched with an infinity cowl silk scarf.

Embrace the graphic trend in a block pullover, skinny or tuxedo trousers, boots, print duster coat and a ruffled or knit silk scarf.