31 July, 2016

Let's Bring Back Vintage Scarf Wear


In the Retro era (and Victorian era), it was most common that women wore headscarves such as this above. Also such as this below:




Audrey Hepburn collage wearing different headscarf styles. I love Audrey's style more because she often wore Turkish patterns. That is why I have been purchasing scarves and patterns from Turkey and other Middle Eastern countries. I also found many vintage scarves (from Victorian to 1990's). However, don't forget the beautiful patterns from Native American culture. Here is another style I love:





Audrey Hepburn again! Vintage scarves are a beautiful piece of fashion that I feel should make a full return. There are already many vintage styles coming back in 2021 from the 1980s, 1990s, and even the 1960s. These scarves were worn from the Victorian era throughout the 1960s. They just grew in popularity during the '60s. Women wore these scarves when it was a breezy day, if their hair was recently fixed, riding in convertibles, and for lazy hair days. Right now, there are incredible scarf patterns to choose from. Of course, it can be a bit difficult to pull off this look since there's the confusion with religious groups. This is why we must reinvent the scarf wear and avoid these mishaps today. The best way to bring the scarf wear back is to further educate people that wearing scarfs on your head isn't solely for religious reasons. This is why I'll continue to promote vintage scarves on my Life in a Cloud blog

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