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Head scarves have been around the fashion scene for decades. This style was very popular in the 50′s, 60′s and 70′s, and has most definitely made a comeback over the last few years. I always love to use my replica designer scarves for my head wraps, especially if they are Hermes replica scarves. I am in love with the patterns and colors that these replica Hermes scarves have to offer, so that is why I want to feature them in this summer post. Check out a couple of my tips below for how to wear your replica Hermes scarf!

If you do not already own one of these replica Hermes scarves, I would suggest this one. If it is not your cup of tea, simply browse through the other great Hermes scarves and pick one that you love! Next, I would like to tell you how to do the ‘bandanna head wrap’. This style is on trend right now, especially since it has a cool bohemian look to it. To get this look, pull your hair into a ponytail, and then fold the scarf into a triangle. Position the widest edge of the scarf on your forehead, and using your hands, pull the ends into a knot at the back of your head beneath your ponytail. Lose the elastic band holding your hair, and viola!

For a true Hermes style, try out the ‘Grace Kelly wrap’. If you did not know, the Hermes Kelly bag is actually named after Grace Kelly, so I thought that this look seemed fitting! First, grab your best Hermes square scarf and fold diagonally to form a triangle. Position the wide part on your forehead and cross the ends under your chin and bring them to the back of your head (on each sides of your neck). Then, tie the ends in the back and tuck loose pieces under. You can also fan out the scarf to add a little bit more coverage, or to make the coverage even on both sides. This look is also great for keeping your hair in place on a windy beach day!

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