Versatile Hermes Scarf

Hermes Scarf, Audrey Hepbur, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sex and the City, Marilyn Monroe, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Grace Kelly

Hermes scarf, a standard for good workmanship and discreet luxury, requires up to two years of work to produce a collectible work of art that is an expression of its epoch. No matter Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s or Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City, Hermes scarf has always been a powerful symbol of feminine allure.

Hermes scarf, a standard for good workmanship and discreet luxury, requires up to two years of work to produce a collectible work of art that is an expression of its epoch. No matter Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s or Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City, Hermes scarf has always been a powerful symbol of feminine allure.

Whether used to shield top stars from publicity (as Marilyn Monroe and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis) or to guard against negative energy or spirits (as silk is used in culture), the silk scarf has always had a certain refined charm about it. Even when Grace Kelly used Hermes scarf as a sling for her broken arm, the scarf was still the ever-glamorous focal.

However, did you ever think a silky square could be so versatile? Whether you’re using it to hide a hickey, support a broken arm or cover up a bad dye job, a scarf is one of the most stylishly efficient tools we have. The following articles are some creative (and chic) ways to incorporate this status symbol into your everyday life.

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