Y’all know we love to accessorize everything with our silk scarves! Each of these unique scarves are designed by our owner, Ansley Pridgen. To learn more about the design process, check out our post here. There are so many ways to elevate your outfit with a scarf; you can tie it to your purse, wear it as a belt, tie it around your neck, or wear it in your hair! Wearing a scarf in your hair is such a fun, and different, way to accessorize!
The most common way we see people sporting their Allie and Elle silk scarves is simply tied around their pony tail! This is a super cute way to elevate any outfit, especially those days when all you want to do is throw on a basic tee and head out the door! The beauty of this is *you get to pull your hair back*! No need to worry about a good or bad hair day!
Similar to wearing our scarves around your ponytail, wrapping them around a top knot is another unique way to use your scarf! We recommend using a rubber band (and bobby pins, if you need) to style and secure your top knot, THEN tie your scarf. The scarf gives the top knot a scruncy look, but with more security.
Lastly and, we think, most uniquely, you can add our scarves to a braid! This look seems really complicated, but it is actually really simple! First, tie your hair in a low ponytail and tuck a corner of the scarf in the rubber band. Depending on the length of your hair, you may or may not have to fold the scarf itself. Next, start braiding. Separate your hair into two sections, using the scarf as the third section for the braid. When you get to the end of your braid, tie it off with another rubber band, and you're all set! More of a visual learner? Check out Ansley’s tutorial on Instagram of how to tie your scarf into your braid.
Let us know how you like to wear your Allie and Elle scarf! Leave us a comment or let us know on Instagram! Don’t forget that when you purchase a scarf, you get a 10 pack of mystery cards FREE! Don't miss out of this awesome deal, and shop for scarves now!
Big thanks to Vensky Photography and Christina Massad for these photos!