5 Modern Ways to Wear the Hermes Twilly Silk Scarf
The Classic Skinny Silk Scarf (ft. Hermes Twilly)
Whether I’m in Toronto or New York this month, I’m definitely starting to feel the weather start to transition from summer to fall and I’m desperate to soak up the last of the beautiful warm weather. Add a bit of warmth to your summer outfit to help you transition into fall by experimenting with the skinny silk scarf. Personally, I've never owned a silk scarf until I purchased the Hermes Twilly in 2017 and I've found that there are more ways than I originally thought I could style it.
"Add a bit of warmth to your summer outfit to help you transition into fall by experimenting with the skinny silk scarf."
The Hermes Twilly silk scarf is a luxury accessory that is typically pictured as a complement to the Birkin and other luxury bags. While there are many great YouTube videos of how to tie the silk scarf, there are few that are aimed to style the Hermes Twilly in a modern fashion. In this article I’ve incorporated five of my favourite ways of how to wear the iconic brand’s skinny silk scarf as part of my daily off-duty style. While my exact pattern is sold out, the most recent Hermes Twilly selection can be found online for the US store (link) and Canadian store (link).
Style 1: Silk Wrap Headband
Tips for Wearing the Hermes Twilly
Allow the bright colors of your scarf pop by pairing your outfit with a matching lipstick or accessory.
The Hermes Twilly patterns are a work of art. Let the design stand out on its own by pairing it with solid basics.
How can you wear the skinny scarf as a neck tie or choker without looking like a flight attendant? Wear the Hermes Twilly with a casual outfit that is less structured, such as a cropped top, oversized denim jacket or ripped jeans. The more casual you look, the more you veer away from the put together look of an air hostess.
Style 2: Choker
Style 3: Neck Tie
Style 4: Wrap Bracelet
Style 5: Bag Accesssory