hey stylish people! I’m superdeeduper excited about this post because nip’s hip picks seem to be some of my favorite things to write about. This one is kind of a NHP and an outfit post at the same time, so I’ll be talking a lot of sh*t that hopefully you can absorb 😉 This post is about different ways to style silk scarves of different sizes/patterns/colors/styles! Since scarves are very trendy and my company LYNK Studio sells thrifted, curated scarves, I thought it would be good to show you different ways we envision wearing this simple article. So scroll down and listen to Heebiejeebies by Aminé!

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For the first style, I used one of my favorite (big) silk scarves as a belt. Since this scarf is really long and patterned, it can be the statement piece of an outfit. I wore this white top and what I like to call ‘high school appropriate’ denim shorts so the colors don’t clash with any of the scarves I styled. The thin scarf has such a nice flow (you can see it flowing in the wind below) and adds that modern bohemian vibe to the outfit that I can’t get enough of.

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For the second style of the same scarf, I tied it around my head as a head wrap! I made a quick little video about how to tie scarves into headwraps in a previous post that you can check out here. I’m obsessed with headwraps so what better way to continue the obsession than tying shit around my head!?

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I tied two trends together (try saying that alliteration 5 times fast!) and literally tied this scarf around my neck as a choker! I could honestly do a whole post about tying a scarf as a choker in different ways but this is one of my favorites! You can play around with how you tie the scarf around your neck depending on the other necklaces you’re wearing/the length of the scarf but this is a cute, fun way to tie it! (Also lol at the photo below of me holding 12039821 scarves for this shoot).

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This is a fun, easy to way add a scarf to your outfit as an accessory of your main accessory– the purse! I have a cute little basket purse here that doesn’t really have much color pop to it. So I tied this long, thin green scarf around the handle of it and voila, a cute accent accessory!

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Lastly, the bracelet! Similar to the choker, you can style a scarf as a bracelet in a lot of different ways depending on the size and what other arm candy you have on. I did the same kind of tie that I did as a choker, just on my wrist! It goes great as a bracelet and is so easy to put on, especially if you’re on the go or in a rush!


There are probably a million more ways to style silk scarves but these are my top 5 that are quick and easy to do! I hope you guys enjoy this post and try out these new styles! If you’re looking for some scarves to buy, check out LYNK Studio’s website and Instagram where you can buy some of the ones I’m wearing in this post itself!

stay on point,


Posted by:thehipnip

Welcome boob troop! Welcome to the journey that is the hip nip. I’m currently a college student pursuing Digital Media Studies in sometimes-sunny-sometimes-hurricaney Florida! I’m passionate about my major but I’m also adrenalized when I’m talking about fashion and lifestyle trends. I always find myself scrolling through fashion blogs and lookbooks of my favorite companies and realize that hours have passed and I have to start studying for my midterm that’s only 10 hours away. I hope some of you will be inspired by this blog or at least find it entertaining! If anyone wants to reach out and give me suggestions or collaborate, please feel free to contact me through the contact page or through any social media link that you can find on my blog. 🙂 Stay on point, the hip nip

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