The above throwback photo of American singer and fashion icon, Cher, gives proof to why we couldn’t not want this trend back in our lives.
Glancing at any prominent Nigerian fashion designer’s look book, you’re likely to see a boldly written heading saying: “Spring/Summer blah blah blah” or “Autumn/Winter blah blah blah”. But don’t be deceived; we only have wet and dry seasons in Nigeria, so having transcending-pieces (that is, pieces that can be worn in both seasons) in your wardrobe is key, and that’s why the throwback 70’s skinny scarf trend is a must have! Why? It’s thin enough for the scorching dry season; gives just the right amount of warmth during colder wet months; and is also a great fashion accessory.
Design label, Chloe, for her fall 2015 show made it the focal accessory decorating the necks of models strutting down the runway.
Also, design brands like Saint Laurent…
And Daniel Silverstein
… are turning us into life long scarf stans. We’re definitely all getting on-board this ride.