Are scarves still in style in 2021?

How to wear scarves for spring summer 2021.
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Scarves are a timeless and practical item that we can’t imagine living without – but are they still in style in 2021?

The seasons are quickly changing, and while we’ve been wrapped up in our chunky knits and puffer coats all winter, it’s finally time to unpack our spring wardrobes.

Fortunately, there’s no need to buy new because many trends from the past are coming back around, whether it’s pastels, gingham, monochrome, or scarves.

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Are scarves in style for 2021?

While we’d argue that scarves are a timeless trend you can wear every year, they’re trending for 2021.

Satin scarves are one of SS21’s biggest trends, whether worn tied around the face, as bandanas, headscarves, neckerchiefs or even as tops.

If you’re looking for inspiration, we recommend following Claudya Moreira, a TikTok star who can teach you 50 different ways to wear a scarf.

How do you wear a scarf in 2021?

There are countless ways to wear the satin scarf, but this year it’s all about wearing it around under your chin or as a headscarf.

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What is the colour for 2021?

While there are many trending colours for spring 2021, the one hue that designers couldn’t get enough of on the SS21 runway was pink.

From Chanel, to Valentino, hot pink was seen time and time again. If you don’t have much pink in your wardrobe, the high street has plenty of pink pieces for you to get your hands on.

What styles are trending for 2021?

Aside from scarves, some of this year’s biggest trends include pastels, checkerboard prints, loose denim, puff sleeves and bra tops.

Read our full trend report here.

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