The vintage/retro trend has become much more accessable over the last year, so that us mere, fashionable mortals can partake in the fun.
There are clever books out, explaining how we can incorporate vintage style into our everyday looks, and platforms like Tumblr and Pinterest give us ideas and tutorials aplenty.
Head scarves are very stylish at the moment, whether you're rockin' it like Amy Winehouse or Rosie the Riviter. However, tying those damn things without looking like a cowboy or Tupac can be a bit of a challenge. Or so I thought.
Thanks to the gorgeous Keiko Lynn's incredibly popular head scar tutorial that's been a big Pinterest hit - I can now tie a head scarf like a pro, and wear one outside the house without feeling ridiculous.
If you're looking to add a few new head scarves to your wardrobe, here are some of the best places to find them:
These are sold in Lush stores as a gift wrap option, but obviously you can use them for other things. I was told by one of the women that work there that the place they source their vintage scarves from also supply Topshop on Oxford Circus with their silk scarves - but Topshop sell theirs for around £18, whereas Lush only sell them for around. £4. Win.
Rokit (and most vintage shops) have a huge colleciton of silk, vintage scarves. Silk scarves tend to work better as their less bulky, but you do what works for you, girl.
Alaska Souvenir Scarf, £35. Scenic Landscape Scarf, £25.
Beta have a fantastic selection of gorgeous, silk scarves. In my opinion they're just as beautiful as Liberty's scarves, but much more affordable. What can afford to spend £200 on a scarf!?
Lola and Queen of Diamonds scarves both £35.
Image via Love Maegan's Flickr