Scarf styling, from kay me

To celebrate the launch of our beautiful new stole collection from kay me Select, we’ve put together our three favourite ways to style a scarf, from simple to slightly complex.

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In the name of making the most of your scarves, knowing a few quick ways to tie a scarf can give your outfit a totally different look…

Style one: simple loop

A great style that works with all kay me scarves, fold your scarf in half, wrap around the neck and tuck the ends through the loop.

Style two: ribbon loop

kay me stylists love this easy stole trick! Similar to the simple loop, fold the scarf in half and wrap around the neck. This time, instead of tucking of the ends all the way through, pull through halfway and arrange the second loop to create a pretty bow-like effect.

Style three: rolled loop

Add an upgrade to any outfit with this elegant style. Start with a shorter length of scarf on one side and wrap the longer length around the neck to create a loose loop. Ensure the ends of the scarf fall evenly, and tuck through the loop at the front. Pull the ends a little for a tighter look or leave loose.

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Handwoven in India by expert artisans working in a top atelier, kay me Select stoles have been specially chosen in person by founder Junko Kemi.

Junko can be spotted wearing a kay me Select on most days, and uses them not only to keep warm in air-conditioned offices and spaces, but also to protect from UVA rays in cars and taxis, and also to add lovely splash of colour whatever the weather.

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Made from 100% pure cashmere and silk blends with delicate lace, beading and foil print details, discover kay me Select scarves available now.

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