Are Silk Scarves in Fashion in 2022?

As we all step into a New Year, new fashion trends have already started painting the fashion streets of the world in red. BUT… for those wondering if silk scarves are still in vogue this year, it’s a YES!

And why not? After all, it is a multifunctional accessory used as belts, head wraps, hair ties, and in whichever way your creativity skills can take you. Moreover, it beautifully complements every type of look you wish to create and flaunt with panache.

Once again, scarves have graced the Spring Summer 2022 runway. We witnessed top fashion models like Gigi Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski making heads turn with their stunning avatars in this timeless and cult accessory. This season, get ready to make a statement with headscarves. So, as you plan for your summer getaway along the beachside in Miami or Maldives (if we get to travel internationally again, FINGERS CROSSED), it is sure that the headscarf will be going places.


With the headscarves trend basking in glory this year, you can put your A-game on with Louis Jane’s exquisite range of silk square scarves boasting luxurious prints and hues. Interestingly, these designer scarves for women can help you create tons of different headscarf styles such as pony tie, twisted headband, bandanna, bandanna cap, babushka, etc.


A silk scarf is a perfect accessory to add a touch of elegance to any hairstyle. Here are some headscarf styles you can follow: 

  • Ponytail 

The simplest & quickest way to flaunt the headscarf trend is in a ponytail. Take a silk square scarf and fold it in half diagonally to make a triangle. Then, roll the scarf from the pointed side of the triangle towards the straight edge on the opposite side until you have a long, even band. Place the center of the folded scarf under your ponytail and tie it in a knot or bow with two loose ends hanging down. 

  • Bandanna 

To get one of the trendiest headscarf styles, fold your scarf half diagonally to make a triangle. Then, hold the corners and drape the scarf around your head with the two loose ends tied down at the nape of your neck. You can wear a bandanna headscarf style with straight hair or loose curls. 

  • Twister Headband

Fold the two edges of a square scarf inward & continue to fold it evenly until you can’t go further. Then, gently twist your scarf a couple of times & place the center of the scarf on the back of your head, underneath your hair, and pull it upwards towards the middle, on top of your head. Twist the two loose ends around each other once and take these ends & pull them down underneath the head, and tie a knot at the back. 

  • Vintage Babushka

Babushka, meaning grandmother in the Russian language, is an effortlessly chic & super easy headscarf style. Fold a scarf in a triangle and make a band by folding it once from the longer side. Then, wrap it around your head by twisting the two loose ends & tying them into a knot under your chin. That’s it, voila!

  • Scarf Braid

Fold a scarf in a triangle and keep it aside. Take a section from the crown of your head and tie it with an elastic. Now, take the folded scarf and wrap it around the elastic in the back. Split the rest of your hair into three sections and braid down normally taking both sides of the scarf. Once done, put an elastic at the end.


A continuation of the trend from the last year, this year too, designer twilly scarf will be taking their moment in the spotlight. The name twilly comes from the word “twill”, a weaving technique used for soft, flowy fabric. Louis Jane’s Twilly Ribbon Scarves can chic up any ensemble. The collection features silk Twilly scarves with double-sided designs in attractive original prints. They are made of hundred percent silk, which makes them a high-end, luxe accessory. Produced sustainably and made in Como, Italy, these ribbon-sized scarves are a must-have and make a great gift choice. 


You can wear this necktie-like scarf in a hundred ways – as hair ties, bracelets, handbag embellishment, etc. Gear up to learn a few of these styles and accentuate your fashion sense.

Around Your Neck /Wrist

  1. Place the center of the twilly scarf at the nape of your neck. Take the two end pieces and tie a knot at the front.
  2. Place the center of the twilly scarf at the nape of your neck. Then, wrap it around your neck by tying a double knot at the side and letting the two end pieces hang.
  3. First, wrap the twilly once around your neck. Then, tie a knot at the front, and finish it by rotating the knot at the backside.
  4. Wrap the twilly scarf around your wrist as a bracelet until you have some space left to tie a double knot.

As Embellishments

  1. Wrap the twilly around one of the handles of your handbag and tie a knot at the end.
  2. Take two twilly scarves and wrap each one of them around the entire surface of both the handles of your handbag.

As Hair Accessory

  1. Super quick & easy, tie your twilly around your head just like a headband, and tie a knot or bow and place it either on the top or side.
  2. Add a sassy twist to your messy bun by tying a twilly around it.
  3. Jazz up your hat by tying a twilly around the rim of it.

In a nutshell, whichever scarf trend you choose, one thing is for sure, silk scarves can never go out of fashion. A good-quality classic printed silk scarf is always in vogue and is the most versatile accessory you could dream of. Explore a wide range of sustainable and elegant Louis Jane Silk Scarves and incorporate them into your fashion closet for the ultimate ramp walk look.

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