There are lots of ways to wear a scarf, whether it be cashmere or 100% silk, Mercy Delta’s scarves are fun and versatile. With many spring and summer prints available to buy now, using a scarf as an accessory to lift you and to brighten up your daily outfits is easy and not just for cold weather.
In order to make the best use out of your scarf collection, you have to know how to wear one. Of course you can bung over a T -shirt and jeans with ease and look cool, but you can be adventurous too and make an outfit come to life in really interesting ways!
Whether you tie a fun print onto your bag in a big bow or translate the bow to your neck, folding and knotting scarves can be done easily and make it look like you’ve really put a stylish outfit together.
Here are a few ways we play with our scarves at Mercy Delta HQ. Take inspiration and run with it. We would love to see you pics too!
CLASSIC WITH A TWIST
Fold each corner into two points and you have an easy way to make a outfit look boho and chic, pair with studded boots and straight legged jeans.
BOOTS – CHLOE
BAG – ASOS
Double up your Mercy Delta Balinese Cashmere Signature scarf by wearing it around your head! You may never have thought about wearing a hair band but tie-ing scarves and twisting round your head makes for a really cool look. If you get a hot head take it off, and tie it to a suede tassel handbag for ultimate boho vibes of the moment!! We are loving miss matching of prints this season, so try wearing the Mercy Delta Hampton Ikat print shirt with jeans to really play with summer prints.
How fun does this look – buy the girliest pinkest print and tie in a big bow to the side around your neck. Contrast this girly look with baggy boyfriend jeans, a classic breton striped T and trainers. We love this Hawaiian Pineapple print in Mercy Delta signature Candy floss neon pink colour.
Tie around the back of your neck and cross over and you will have a sarong dress perfect for over a bikini on holiday. Dreaming of holidays…
Get experimenting with your scarves and prints this Spring!