four more ways to wear your button scarf

by Valerie

in how to wear it,inspiration,new stuff,versatile style

New button scarves are now available in the shop, designed especially for those autumn days that quickly shift between hot and cold. Not only do they make a great accessory for your transitional outfits, they make an awesome addition to your year-round capsule wardrobe!

I’ve already shown you 7 ways to wear your button scarf with some winter varieties, but here are four more ways to make all your outfits bold and bright.

 

with both buttons + the lining folded inwards

the Holland Cox button scarf in gold chevron

This is the carmela scarf, shown with both buttons done up, and the top edge folded inside. This is a great way to show off the print on the scarf, and hide the lining if you’d rather not incorporate the contrast into your look.

It also makes the scarf look a bit fuller, even with the lightweight linen/cotton blend lining. This is also a great way to show off the pretty akoya shell buttons!

 

with one button + the lining folded inwards

handpainted button scarf in gold and black essex linen from Holland Cox

The persephone scarf is perfect for this look, as it really showcases the abstract petal shape to the maximum! With only one button done up, they are both hidden, so this look is all about the scarf itself and not the buttons.

This is the kind of accessory that could easily be the star of any capsule wardrobe, as it would look amazing with pretty much any solid color top or dress. Imagine the possibilities!

The persephone scarf is perhaps best example from my latest collection of how neutral doesn’t have to mean plain or boring.

 

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with one button + styled asymmetrically

the anjelica button scarf from Holland Cox

Instead of starting with the flat part against your neck, you can start with the curved edge instead, and you get a completely different look!

This shows the anjelica scarf with the curved edges against the neck, and styled with one button done up, so the scarf sits asymmetrically around your neck. It’s a very dramatic look, and perfect for the scarves with an all-over pattern stitched in, like the anjelica scarf and the cassandra scarf.

You’ll want to wear your scarf this way when your outfit is otherwise very sedate and conservative, but you still want to make a big impact! This look is guaranteed to turn heads, and make people wonder who you are and why you’re so impossibly stylish and confident. 🙂

 

styled asymmetrically + the lining folded down

hand painted button scarf from Holland Cox

A variation on the previous look, this style option will let you show off the lining of your button scarf. It adds another dimension to your look, and can help tie in the scarf with other elements of your outfit. Shown here is the octavia scarf, featuring hand painted gold stars with black stitching, and lining in a natural flax color.

All the autumn button scarves are lined in essex linen, a linen/cotton blend that is soft and flexible, making them easy to wear through the autumn and early days of winter.

Are you inspired to try some of these looks? Check out all of the button scarves in my shop and figure out which ones will work best with your wardrobe! Imagine how each one could elevate your capsule wardrobe, and transform your favorite outfits into something outstanding.

 

 

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