Over eight decades, with more than 2,000 designs created by more than 100 artists, Carré Hermès silk scarf are a fashion icon. People are also constantly finding ways to use Hermès scarves to be more stylish and fashionable. Please refer to the interesting variations with this famous square scarf.
How to tie a Carré Hermès silk scarf like a fashionista: Turn a scarf into a shirt
This is a variation that has been promoted by women in recent years. Ladies can cleverly fold the scarf and wear it as a camisole. This way of tying a scarf is a perfect match with simple jeans, because the Carré Hermès “silk scarf” itself is striking enough and disruptive enough for a day out on the street.
Don’t just wear a scarf, tie it like a knight
Inspired by the ladies of the horse, this way of tying a scarf is not only suitable for equestrian enthusiasts but can still be applied to everyday streetwear. You fold the shawl in four and wrap it around your head, then tie a neat knot. You can wear a hat to secure the folds.
How to tie a cowboy Hermès scarf
Inspired by cowboy scarves, this scarf tie is somewhat similar to the way of tying a triangle scarf but removes the knot, leaving the scarf hanging down to cover the chest. With this way of tying, the vibrant silk scarf will become part of the outfit instead of just an ordinary accessory. True to the Carré Hermès spirit, isn’t it?
Turn a scarf into a charming accessory for your bag
Use accessories to embellish accessories, why not? With many fancy variations, a Carré Hermès scarf can be transformed to pair with a handbag, making the accessory duo beautiful and harmonious as if they were born for each other.
The most common way of tying a Hermès silk scarf is to wrap it around the handle of a bag, or tie a small bow. But the scarf is also big enough for you to wrap around your bag. And suddenly you have a bag that looks brand new!