There’s a reason why the silk scarf—the most old-school accessory of them all—has never gone out of style. It instantly elevates any ensemble while harking back to a beautiful history of craftsmanship and luxury. The trend is anything but “new.” In looking at the history of scarves in the 19th and 20th centuries, it’s clear that the allure and power of scarves has always existed – and persists. The scarf is the most simple form of adornment: a single piece of cloth.
The silk scarf one of the most versatile clothing accessories, used for centuries across a variety of cultures, for a range of purposes. There are an infinite number of ways wear them, which you can update with every season or even every wear.
So make the investment and update your look with a simple silk scarf.
Accessories are the easiest way to update your wardrobe from season to season. Without overhauling what’s already in your closet you can update your basics with a new belt, statement sunglasses, or even hat. But there’s one particular accessory you should consider an investment piece as it remains a fail-safe option from season to season, whatever the changing fads and predilections in the fashion world.
A silk scarf can also signal one’s status, including for example, limited edition scarves that can act as specific indicators for those in the know.
A classic silk scarf can add polish or a dose of cool to any look—but it’s all in the styling and the quality. At Le Louvre we do a whole lot of searching to find that unique piece for you and our scarves are some of the most unique around!
It’s no surprise, then, that sociologist and image consultant Anna Akbari makes “Put on a scarf” the first entry on her current list of “5 Simple Ways To Hack Your Image,” recognizing their potential for instant uplift and an infusion of individuality.