How To Style The Reclaimed Sari Medley Scarf - Darn Good Yarn

How To Style The Reclaimed Sari Medley Scarf

Written by Kate Curry

If you’ve ever owned one of our Reclaimed Sari Medley Scarves, you know how incredible these scarves are! It sounds a little silly, but they’re so much more than just a scarf! These seven strip scarves are handmade by our artisans out of reclaimed and recycled sari silk material. They take strips of sari silk material and sew each piece together to create these scarves. That makes each scarf a unique individual piece in your wardrobe.

Now, don’t go pulling a Taylor Swift and leave this scarf at Jake Gyllenhaal’s house, because this scarf is the perfect piece for all seasons!

How To Wear Your Silk Scarf

A woman from the chin down, wearing a golden shirt, a jean jacket, and a green scarf

The Reclaimed Sari Medley Scarves are versatile and can be worn in many different ways. As a simple scarf, there are a plethora of ways to tie your scarf. But how do you tie a scarf in all these different ways? It sometimes feels like scarf tying should be an olympic sport! Thankfully, we have a few quick and easy videos showcasing a few fabulous ways to wear your scarf!

How To Wear Your Scarf As A Top 

A woman from the neck down, a red and yellow scarf wrapped around their torso into a bow top.

It can seem a little saucy if you’ve never worn your scarf as a top before, but let me tell you it is liberating! This is one of my favorite ways to make use of my medley scarf! You can wrap it around and tie it in the back as a simple tube top, or wrap it across your chest and over your shoulders. In a few quick steps you have a stunning scarf top!

How To Wear Your Scarf As A Skirt

A woman with light blonde hair is standing in a sandy mangrove, wearing a white top and a pink medley scarf as a skirt.

Believe it or not, these scarves make snazzy little skirts and coverups! I wore mine when I was leaving the beach after a good few waves and I felt so glamorous!

Stunning Scarf Headwear & Hairstyles

A smiling black woman is sitting on the beach, wearing a pink and yellow medley scarf as a headband on her head.

I love to wear these scarves in my hair or on my old noggin. It can get freezing here in New York and you’ll often find me all wrapped up like a little babushka scarf! Silk is a temperature regulating fiber, which makes these scarves perfect for all seasons and they really can retain your body heat during the winter.

Silk is also very great for your hair and skin! The natural fibers help reduce frizz and keep your hair smooth and free of tangles! Silk can also ward off allergens and help keep your skin moisturized since silk helps lock in moisture. A little less dry skin to deal with is well worth this scarf’s price alone!

You can wear your scarf as a colorful headband or braid it into your hair…if your hair is long enough! There are even super cute hairstyles that you can wear long with your scarf!

From head to toe, this scarf can keep you covered!

Meet the Author

Profile picture of the author, Kate Curry, wearing a dark red Nanda Poncho sitting on concrete stairs in front of brick wall.

Kate has been on the Darn Good Yarn team since 2018.

They have their degree in Creative Art Therapy & Psychology - and like crafting and animals a little too much.