07 Jan 2021

Scarves to the Rescue!

Have you often admired the very trendy winter wear often contrasting the monotones of woollens with splendidly bright scarves? We have too! We often say that scarves add the smiles to your wardrobe, an inimitable charm! When it comes to accessories, scarves rank much higher than the belts or bags for us, because they add layers to your wardrobe just like your personalities. They can be dainty or heavily warm, can function as an add-on or a necessity when it is chilly.

Here are various scarves and ways to style them. Thank us later!

#1. Bandana Scarf

A beach and summer favourite, bandanas are often bright-coloured and fresh condiments to your style. You can find them in retro, floral or other colourful prints. They are season agnostic and add equal charm to your attire be it spring, fall, summer or cosy winter.

What to wear it with

Pair it with a beach dress, swimwear or even a striped or checked sweater. Have fun contrasting your shirts with the prints of the bandanas. Wear it around your neck, wrap it over your head or keep it casual by pairing it with a simple denim look. Try them with our cotton tops or jumpsuits check them out here.

#2. Silk Scarf

Extremely popular in the 70s, silk scarves are the best retro-fit to your wardrobe that simultaneously add a ton of style to your dresses. Typically, very lightweight and feminine in their patterns, you can find them in a variety of shapes and sizes.

What to wear it with

Amazingly chic in style, these scarves are best paired with dresses, skirts and all things roaring delicacy. There is a very sleek and trendy feel to silk scarves which is accentuated by the patterns that are very customized to silks. Pair them with our lovely and comfortable skirts.

#3. Woollen Scarf

Oh, the season favourites! There is a plethora of scarves to choose from, when it comes to winter. Cashmere, Fringed, Layered/Wrap, Plaid scarves are only some of the many styles that your winter wardrobe can accommodate. They make you look snug and smart in addition to looking extremely classy!

What to wear it with

jackets, knee-high boots, plain or textured pullovers, woollen dresses- you name it, and the woollen scarves make your look complete. While wrap scarves go better with lighter layers, cashmere ones prove to be much more versatile. Plaid scarves look best with smart jackets, and a fringed one is perfect for sweater dresses or pullovers. Tried our pullovers? They will take your style score a few notches higher!

#4. Cotton/Chiffon Scarf

Beating the blues in any season are the fluffy light, comfortable and breathable cotton or chiffon scarves that are perfect for summer and spring. Wear them around your head or even around your wrists for that breezy summer look. These chic and nimble additions to your wardrobe add the elegance that your summer outfits need.

What to wear it with

Formal or informal dresses get accentuated with the addition of these scarves. Any formal or informal dressing can heavily benefit with these elegant fashion accessories. Being semi-transparent, they don’t look very layered and instead, give you a dreamy appearance. Try these with our summer looks, have a look at them here.

Have more scarf-looks to share with us? Share your pictures in the comments and have us floored!

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Power Sutra Size Chart
Bust Natural Waist Hip
XS 32-33" 26-27" 35-36"
S 34-35" 28-29" 37-38"
M 36-37" 30-31" 39-40"
L 38-39" 32-33" 41-42"
XL 40-41" 34-35" 43-44"
XXL 42-43" 36-37" 45-46"

*If your size falls in between the above sizes, it is recommended to opt for the smaller size or try the customized fits from Power Sutra.

For example - If your waist is 31.5" go for Medium Size (M) instead of Large (L) size or try "Customized Now" option and provide your exact measurements for a perfect fit.

Power Sutra’s Customized Parameters:
  • Top Length
  • Skirt/Dress Length
  • Trouser Length
  • a) Above Hip Length (Not covering the hips): Hem of the Top rests just above the hip bone
  • b) Hip Length (Covering half or less than half of the hips): Hem of the Top rests between the hip bone and the crotch
  • c) Below Hip Length (Covering full hips): Hem of the Top rests just above the upper thigh hitting just below the crotch.
  • a) Above knee length: Hemline of the skirt or dress falls 0-2 inches above the knees
  • b) Knee Length: Hemline of the skirt or dress falls anywhere on the knees
  • c) Below Knee Length: Hemline of the skirt or dress falls 0-2 inches below the knees
  • a) Above ankle length: Hem of the trouser falls 1-2 inches above the ankle joint
  • b) Ankle length: Hem of the trouser just hits the ankle joint
  • c) Below ankle length: Hem of the trouser falls 1-2 inches below the ankle joint