Summer Scarves

So for some reason I am trying to take all of my fall favorites and incorporate them into ALL seasons! Scarves are my go to accessory in the Fall and Winter seasons but they add so much color to an outfit and I think they could be a great summer accessory. The summer scarf makes for an easy and affordable way to dress up your wardrobe. Tie your hair up with it when you’re sitting by the pool and wrap it around your neck when the sun starts to set. Comfy outfits like a T-shirt and jeans, can easily be dressed up with a colorful scarf.

To begin your summer scarf journey, be on the lookout for vintage scarves at your local thrift shops and consignment stores.. Finding cheap, high-quality scarves is ridiculously easy. I also recommend hunting for new handmade ones—there are gobs on Etsy that are positively drool-worthy. See below for some of my favorite places to find Once you’ve built up a happy collection, try to style it your own way!

Just remember the golden rule of scarves: There’s no wrong way to wear one.

But I do have some tips and tricks:

Try to wear bright colors and patterns
You need lighter fabrics- cotton, linen, silk
Scarves are usually tight in the winter so wear them loose in the summer
Tanks to dresses try a scarf all different ways, even how you tie it
A scarf isn’t just for your neck, try it as a head wrap for a effortless boho look


Their Way


So here are some of my favorite places to buy scarves!

Do you like to summer scarf trend or do you think we should keep them for fall and winter?

Let me know what you think I’d love to hear your thoughts and see your ideas on how to style so remember Instagram me @theoxfordguide or email me at!

Stay cool,



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