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June 21, 2011

The Headscarf: Summer Hats’ Alter Ego

We love hats for sunny weather, but a lightweight headscarf has become one of our new favorites in headwear. It’s a perfect, unfussy way to tame unruly hair while punching up casual summer basics—like cutoffs and a tank—and good for anything from looking cool and carefree at the beach to running errands around town, without worrying about who you might run into.

Janie Besner Silk Scarf & MARC BY MARC JACOBS Sunglasses

The key to rocking the headscarf? Proportion, material and color. Keep the length long, for flirty floating tails. Choose a vibrant print or color in a fabric that’s light and airy. Stick with your basic tops and bottoms or swimwear here—e.g. save your favorite tribal maxi dress for another time to avoid looking like you’re going to read somebody’s palm.

Knot it up, pair it all with aviators or oversized sunglasses, a big tote, cute espadrilles, and you’ve got a ‘70s-inspired, glam-gypsy mix that’s ready for wherever summer takes you.

Wrap Espadrilles
Oversized & Aviator Sunglasses
Oversized Totes

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