Fashion icons Grace Kelly, Jackie O, and Audrey Hepburn made headscarves an iconic item in the past. Today, this fabric accessory is on a comeback trail, re-emerging in the Fall 2018 runways in New York, London, Milan, and Paris.
At Gucci, babushka inspired head coverings, turbans, and niqab-like veils punctuated the runway; while at Versace, tightly wound headscarves served to visually elevate the dresses they were paired with.
Marc Jacobs sent models with their hair tucked underneath black, hijab-like garments tied around their chin. In Dior’s Fall 2018 runway, a handful of catwalkers heightened their scarves with a baker-boy cap.
There are endless ways to wrap your style around with headscarves.
SM Accessories offers a variety of styles—from colorful and vibrant to silk and metallic scarves—and several prints and patterns: geometric, floral, paisley and stripes for its range of headscarves. SM Accessories also has beaded bracelets, statement earrings, and elegant clutches to complete looks featuring this charming accessory.
These scarves and other accessories are available at all SM Stores nationwide.
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