Wednesday, September 7, 2011

2011 top trendy head scarves women and men

hats And Head Wear Make You Stylish

Many girls and boys hesitate to use head accessories specially hats and think that its a little too much for them and will be looked on by others as something differently dumb.

But simple hats without much frills and flowers can actually make you look differently cute and hot. Specially in summers, they can be your “must have” as a fashion accessory and also as a sun rays protection.

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Headscarves are puuuuurfect for covering up bad hair days (i'm a huge fan) - tie em in a bow, cover up the whole thing with a turban, knot it at the front, the possibilities are endless!

And if, like me, you wondered for ages how people made a scarf into a turban without looking like a complete numpty, this little video from Bachman's Sparrow is brilliantly simple:

We asked our artists to hand paint a silhouette of Le Sentier des Ocres, a walking trail through the old ochre quarries of Roussillon in Southern France. In bold brushstrokes, this wrap captures an abstract profile of the trail. The painting on this scarf wrap is suitable for casual attire.
Head scarves are clearly the spring accessorie to have this up coming spring, this model wears a UO Paisley Headscarf, with UO Zigzag Sunglasses, Candace Ang Warrior Necklace, UO Zodiac Medallion Rings, Pins and Needles Lattice Silky Blouse.  I personally love the look, and believe scarves give an outfit a signature look.
Today Fashion156 included the Lucy Jay scarf styling ideas in their 'Trend Watch' on head wear.
The bandana style head wraps are a focus for both men and woman relating really well to the Good Collection and the styles from the look book.

Below are some images, courtesy of Fashion156 demonstrating various ways to wear a head scarf for both men and woman... perfect!