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Article: How to Wear a Scarf with a Suit


How to Wear a Scarf with a Suit

Scarfs being an extremely important accessory in winter fashion, there’s no way you can skip styling it with a pair of pantsuits. The pantsuit is a classic, formal and stylish piece you can never really go wrong with. Be it a corporate meeting or just a walk on the street. Fashion never takes a back seat, so why should you? Often time people skip experimenting when it comes to styling a suit because it in itself is such a statement, that if not styled properly could completely ruin the aesthetic of the look. This is also why suits tend to look monotonous with time, boring so to say. Same old black or navy pantsuit with little to no difference in the top you wear underneath it and the footwear isn’t too much of a change, is it?

That’s when the scarf works its magic. Something as simple as a scarf can completely elevate your look in ways you cannot imagine. Here are a few tips on how to wear a scarf with a suit and look like the boss that you are.

So here we have 4 categories and each one has a how-to style with our Zouk silk scarf sub-category.

How to wear a scarf with a blazer

Blazers are like suit jackets except they are cut more casually, and are made from fabrics of solid colors. These are considered more formal than sports coats. So, considering that they’re not as structured and as formal as a regular pantsuit, it also means you have little freedom to experiment with the style compared to other suit jackets. You can play along with prints if your blazer is neutral or go in with solid colors to create a color block effect.

Now when it comes to styling with Zouk’s classic squared silk scarf, you can create a monochromatic effect with our Umaid Batik wear a casual white t-shirt inside and throw on a navy blazer on top. Smart-casual is the norm for today’s corporate dress code.

How to wear a scarf with a co-ord set

Co-ord sets are basically coordinated as the name suggests. Meaning if the pants have a striped design, the suit will also follow the same fabric design on top. This is a little more uniform than just throwing on a casual blazer. In this case, you must know how to wear prints on prints and if that feels like a little bit of a stretch, you can just take a solid or minimalist scarf design wrap it around your neck and you’re good to go.

How to wear a scarf with a pantsuit

The set of outer clothes made from the same fabric and designed to be worn together, often consisting of jackets and trousers. These are generally well-structured and worn at extremely formal events. Wearing a scarf around your neck in a covered fashion concealing it inside of the suit, keeping it classy yet fashionable at the same time.

You can take a classic black and white pantsuit, and style it in a covered fashion with a subtle self-design scarf like the Fatehpur Jaali and to complete your look you can wear white footwear or a white shirt whatever compliments the look best.

How to wear a scarf with a ladies' suit

Now, ladies’ suits are slightly different from the classic suit silhouette. It is also common for women's suits to have smaller lapels, darts for a snugger or tighter fit, and varying lengths of sleeves. For this reason, wearing a scarf loosely creates the illusion of curves and some depth. You can wear it around your arms as well to add a little femininity to the look.

You can take a floral print like Mysore Lattice, take the shorter side to one side and cover the neck on the other side by going around twice and creating a beautiful look with the scarf. Style it with a structured bright suit and high stiletto heels and look flawless as ever.

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