From the classic scarf to modern chokers, the neck is becoming increasingly evident this season, both in street style fashionista, as well as in international runways.
Derived from the union between the super cool necklaces and silk scarves, the choker scarves are being seen in various outfits this season. The classic black version received new proposals from Diane von Furstenberg in her Winter 2016 collection, with stones and embroidery details – resulting in a powerful accessory and full of personality.
The accessory also makes a comeback with an artsy and ultra colored touch in light fabric scarves, being responsible for the trick of styling, both in more casual and cool looks (as Paul & Joe), as well as in traditional looks, such as in the tailoring of Emilio Pucci.
In fashionista styles, the accessory gains different options: from the resourceful to traditional, working as a desired object ideal for enhancing the look.
A tip to update the classic is to go for unusual colors along with pieces in similar shades, thus creating an overlapping game between them.
Even though it appears as trend alert and a strong hit for the season, the choker scarf – in all its styles – was rescued from the nineties as many other trends that we have observed during the last seasons.
It is amazing to see how fashion is able to translate not only the energy of an era, but make a comeback to our wardrobe in a way that is as natural and compatible with current times. They change time, changes our perception and create new styles.
The way we dress and the pieces we choose to represent this style, are precisely what will revive our gaze on the world around us!