Since Sex and the City’s 21st anniversary just past, I spent a few moments (okay, hours) delving into Carrie Bradshaw & Co’s most iconic looks. One that instantly caught my eye, though, was this masterpiece:

The headscarf. The pink silk. The bedazzling. My inner ’90’s girl was screaming, and I instantly decided that this was one trend that had to return. I mean…

  1. You can go another day without washing your hair.
  2. Pairs perfectly with cool sunnies.
  3. Keeps you cool in the summer.
  4. Add some jewelry and you look trendy AF.
  5. How could you not love this trend??

Here are some styling tips for what’s probably on its way to being your favorite summer accessory.

Fine Print

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What’s a better way to hide your dirty hair than to cover it with a printed headscarf? Jump on the animal print trend this summer and aim for leopard, tiger, or zebra prints. Pair with some vintage sunnies and you’ve got a look!

Beach Babe

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unbothered

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Protect your head from UV rays and look cool while doing it. Use a headscarf to keep those beachy waves in check. Dress up your look with some trendy specs and hoops.

Match Your Fit

Instead of using your headscarf as your statement piece, why not match it with your outfit? Match the print or color for a cool monochromatic look. Just make sure to keep your accessories simple.

Personally, I like to style mine with gold accessories (hoops are my favorite), and big, neutral sunnies that let me feel like a celebrity on the run from the paparazzi. I love this trend and can’t wait to see how you choose to style it!

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