There are so many ways to wear a vintage scarf. There are plenty of colors and styles to choose from. They can become such a versatile accessory…more versatile than jewelry.
I am not really sure what happened to Fall here in Denver, but we seem to have skipped over it and gone straight to Winter. And a beanie wreaks havoc on my fine hair after I put it in a vintage style.
So I went searching for some creative ways to tie a scarf to keep my ears warm, but not crush my hair.
Feature image is actress Mara Corday.
Betty Grable 1930s
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Virginia Dale Late 1930s
Clara Bow 1920s
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Elizabeth Taylor Late 1950s
Norma Jean Dougherty (Marilyn Monroe) 1940s
Sophia Loren (not a scarf)
She is actually wearing a hat in this 1960s picture, but you could easily tie a long scarf to mimic this shape.