I've always said, silk wild rags are the Swiss army knife of the fashion world.
One silk scarf can be worn dozens of ways and transform every outfit in your closet to something great.
I LOVE that I can pull a Fringe scarf out of my scarf hanger to complete my business casual office outfit, add it to my date night 'fit, or throw it on when the weather turns cold for a long day working cattle.
"A Fringe silk scarf can transform your entire wardrobe
into something new and fresh."
As Fringe scarves have gotten more popular, I've noticed so many people wearing the scarves in a variety of ways that really spice things up.
These are 3 of our new favorites from the Fall 2022 collection and 3 different ways to wear your silk scarves.
Scarf 1: The Baja Backcountry
The Baja Backcountry is full of intricate details in beautiful jewel tones. It's available in 3 background colors so you have a choice for different events or time of year. It has the power to make a completely different look with each new way you wear it!
Style 1: Shoulder Drape.
Wear the long tall or shorty size scarf sideways and off the shoulder. It adds texture and allows you to show off that dazzling neck-ware! Pictured is Baja Backcountry in black.
Style 2: The Buckaroo.
The Long Tall size (36") works best for this classic wrap. The Buckaroo style adds maximum drama that captures attention from ACROSS THE ROOM! Pictured is the Baja Backcountry in black.
Style 3: Top Knot.
Use the Shorty size scarf (26") as a hair knot. Tame that unruly mane and show off your neckline. It helps to use a hair scrunchy first for added hold. Wrap your Fringe scarf two times and apply a standard square knot. Adjust the flared ends and bunching as you want.
Scarf 2: The Flagstaff
The Flagstaff is vintage western meets Ralph Lauren chic! with all the antique silver conchos, latigo leather, and a vintage patina this scarf gives you a lot of options for wearing it several different ways.
Style 1: Faux belt.
The color and art are perfect to break up a boring mid-line. Use the Long Tall (36") unless you're just tiny. ;-) and wrap/tie. I usually tie it in front and then twist, twist the knot to the back and adjust until I have the look I'm wanting. That is NOT a buckle! Pictured is the Flagstaff in sage.
Style #2: Faux Necklace
Using a triangle knot on a Long Tall (36") silk scarf turns it into a conversation piece. I've gotten so many comments from Fringe Fans about this style. Pictured is the Flagstaff in chambray.
Style #3: Faux Tie
Using either the Long Tall (36") or Shorty (26") with a Windsor knot builds the most dramatic tie effect. Pictured is the Flagstaff in Navy.
SCARF 3: The Huckleberry
The Huckleberry 100% silk scarf is a beautiful Aztec pattern with lots of bright colors and literally morphs into different scarves as you try different ways to tie it on!
The worn tapestry feel combined with the bright colors of this scarf adds fun to a sophisticated outfit or can double down on drama by wearing multiple prints!
Style #1: The Spanish Bow
I wear the Spanish Bow scarf tie style a lot and get more compliments than almost any other style. The Spanish Bow is at once fun and elegant - and funky. Pictured is the Huckleberry in black.
STYLE #2: The Pirate Wrap
As a head wrap scarf you instantly channel a free spirit. The Long Tall (36") scarf sends a beautiful cascade of color down the back for a bonus to the look! Pictured is the Huckleberry in off white.
Style #3: Large Loose Knot
Try a traditional square knot tie on this scarf style, but don't tighten down. Leaving some breathing room allows for the colors to show. Pictured is the Huckleberry in black.
Check out all of our "How-to-Tie" silk scarf tutorials here.