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3 ways to wear a Poupette’s summer scarf

Posted on July 06 2017

Aba short jumpsuit - Poupette St Barth


How to use your summer scarf?

In the middle of packing for your holidays? We have a good tip for you: choose the right accessory that you will be able to use most of the days. It is strongly advised to bring at least one in your suitcase.
Need a little hint to know what we have in mind? It is light, colorful and can be worn in many ways! We are of course talking about the summer scarf! You might think it is only useful when it is getting chilly in the evening. Here are 3 ways to wear it for multiple occasions.


… Around your neck and shoulders

Scarf Poupette St Barth - Orange & Red 

Of course, this is the first thing you think about when we mention a scarf. Knotted on the chest, wrapped around the neck, like a shawl on your shoulders … Your summer scarf protects you from two things: heat by day and cold by night. Plus, its bright colors will make you want to take it with you wherever you go. Hang it on your straw basket bag handles before heading to the beach!



… Around your head

Your breast and shoulders are not the only parts that deserve protection. Sun strikes also on the top of your head. You can now protect it in style with one of our scarves. Bandana, turban… Achieve the look you like the most. Not into covering your head? Braid the scarf with your natural hair, tie it around your bun or use it as a headband for a boho look!


… As a pareo



We are certain you already thought about it yourself! Poupette’s scarves are colorful, light and bright. In short, they are perfect to be used as pareo by the beach or the pool. Around your waist to buy ice-cream, on the deck chair before a sunbath…
Want to make a dress with it? Wrap it around your chest, cross two tips of the scarf on your breast before tying it behind your neck. And voilà! A nice and quick dress to eat on the terrace of the beach restaurant.


Pareo Poupette St Barth





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