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4 Ways to Wear a Silk Bandana

4 Ways to Wear a Silk Bandana

| Carly Bitz

Accessorize your look with our newly released silk bandana. This chic scarf is made with 100% silk; meaning not only is it a fashion statement, but it's good for your hair.

The versatile bandana comes in a gorgeous Henna shade that is perfect for the upcoming fall season (but it's also so pretty that you'll want to wear it year-round). Wear it as a hair scarf, head wrap, headband, or endless other ways. 

The silk square measures 35.4" x 35.4" and comes in a cute, reusable linen bag for storage purposes. 

Keep reading for 4 of our favorite ways to rock a bandana.

1. Hair Scarf

Level up your ponytail by tying the bandana around your hair tie to add a pop of color. This style also works for a half-up, half-down look or tied around your crown as a headband.

It's the boho statement piece you never knew you needed - but now can't live without.

2. Head-wrap

 A go-to style. To achieve the chic headwrap, lay the bandana on a flat surface and bring the opposite corners together to create a triangle. Position the bandana at your hairline (making sure your hair is smoothed underneath) and tie the two corners together in a knot. Tuck the remaining material under the knot and voilà.

Pro Tip: If you want to maintain a blowout, wrap your hair overnight to protect your locks from getting messy. The bandana will also keep any styling residue off your pillowcase. Win win for your second-day hair and your skin. 

3. The Classic

You can't go wrong with a classic. Fold your bandana in half, place at your hairline and tie underneath your strands.

The silky material is light enough to keep you cool in the summer heat. This style is perfect for keeping those damaging UV rays off of color-treated hair when you're brunching on a patio or laying by the pool. Healthy hair is always in.

4. Doubles as a Top

Take advantage of the last days of summer by wearing your bandana as a chic tank. This signature accessory can be transformed into a top by simply connecting the ends behind you; leaving you with a cute, subtly sexy open back. 

Pair with jean shorts for summer or with your favorite pair of denim and a leather jacket for the fall season. 

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