I am such a lover of silk scarves. My appreciation for them started around my sophomore year of high school, and since has grown into a flourishing obsession! Adding one to spice up an outfit automatically adds a little personality and flair. I love adding to my collection, especially as silk scarves come in all sizes and patterns — skinny scarves are perfect for tying into a bow, large squares can be double-tied around the neck for a chic twist, and smaller squares can be knotted once for a subtle hint of design. 🙂 As we inch toward spring and warmer weather, these are the perfect way to introduce more color and floral elements to your style. I’ve rounded up some I’m in love with this season! Follow the spread above from left to right, moving across each row and enjoy!
The pinks on this scarf are so rich! It’s also big enough to wrap around twice, an added bonus!
Kate Spade’s scarf collection is incredibly on point this season! I love scarfs that have artwork in the inside but become a beautiful blend of colors when rolled up. The little letter on this inside is too cute!
I included this one in my Valentine’s Day Gift Guide too, but I still can’t get enough. The pastels catch my eye every time — so elegant and versatile!
This pink scarf looks dignified and graceful. I love the baby pink, and the inside artwork is perfect for your favorite wannabe-Parisian! 😉
This tiny scarf is a no-hassle accessory and really charming! An understated size and a bold pattern — the most perfect match!
This scarf’s design is striking! It’s small, so the pink tips peep out with a little extra panache.
When I saw this skinny scarf at Target the other week, I was caught by how exquisite the design was, but so simple! Also the most affordable on this list, how cute would this look tied in a bow?!
One of the more affordable scarfs on this list, I love how colorful this pattern in. The orange is unexpected, but such a wonderful way to draw attention to the scarf as the focal point of your outfit!
Banana’s collection has been really strong recently, and I love how this scarf is clean and mod. There’s a hint of flowers, but not so that it’s overwhelming. This would go with anything, and it’s a great basic!
Which of these is your favorite? Comment below!