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Girl about town, beach, pool, bar… Summer scarf styling tips

The school summer holidays are upon us and many of us will be packing our beachwear and jetting off to possibly-not-warmer climes given the summer we’ve had so far here in the UK.  Most of us like to take a beach dress, sarong or other wraparound for wearing over our swimwear on the way to or from the beach. But you don’t need to buy one from a beachwear department; just pack your Blue Flamingo scarf. One of the scarves’ strongest points is their large size which makes them ideal to wear in a variety of styles as totally unique tops around Monaco or as bold beach cover-ups at Cannes – or whichever holiday destination you’re strutting your stylish stuff in this summer.

Blue scarf design blowing in the sea breeze

Time to embrace the sun, sand, and sea breezes on your summer holiday

Another feature of Blue Flamingo scarves is that they are made from pure silk. Unlike high street summer scarves which are made from low-cost synthetic fabrics such as viscose and satin, the natural fibres of Blue Flamingo scarves are breathable, and they feel soft and cool against your skin. They are so soothing to wear after a hot day at the beach when your skin can feel dry and irritated from the sun, sand and salt water.

But in case you find the evening breeze a little too cool as you sip your romantic sunset aperitivo at the bar, the pure silk of Blue Flamingo scarves offers great protection from the elements, again unlike lower cost options.

Below are some suggestions for how you can style your Blue Flamingo scarf over your bikini, or wear comfortably about town all day long so you stand out from the crowds.

 

1. Skirt

Tie the scarf around your waist for a classic lower body cover up.  If you’re lucky enough to have great legs, go for the shorter option as shown in the first image.

Scarf worn as a sarong shortScarf used as a sarong

2. Wraparound

Tie it tight, or hang it off an ample bust!

 

3. Halter neck #1

Start with the scarf behind your back and pull the top corners in front of you.

Twist the corners round each other in front of your neck.

Tie the ends behind your neck.

Scarf as hal

4. Halter neck #2

Start with the scarf behind your back.

Cross the top corners over in front of you and tie the ends behind your neck.

Scarf worn as a halter neck top

5. Halter back

Fold the scarf in half.

Take the new top 2 corners and tie in a very small knot.

Open the scarf out and you will see two armholes which you slip into from behind.

scarf worn as top with armholesscarf worn as top with armholes

6. Grecian

Tie the top two corners over one shoulder, tight enough so the scarf doesn’t sag on your chest, and the bottom two corners under your arm.

Scarf as Grecian top

7. Shawl

Oh so many ways to do this one – let your imagination run wild!  

Scarf worn as a beach shawlScarf worn as a short beach shawl over the shoulders

It’d be great to hear your own styling ideas for wearing your shopblueflamingo.com scarf as a skirt or top this summer.  Add your comments to this blog, or send in a photo of yourself for my Look Book.  Cheers, and Bon Voyage!

Scarf on the beach with a glass of prosecco

Blueflamingo

Author Blueflamingo

I am an artist/designer, passionate about fashion, art and aesthetics. I have been working in the artistic field for over 20 years and Shopblueflamingo springs from my love of stunning accessories. I design my pure silk scarves and pocket squares for those who celebrate being different and enjoy standing out from the crowd.

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