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THE SCARF TOP EDITION
BY LAUREN BLACK
Before summer comes to an end (because apparently it does that in New York), there's one more trend I've been eyeing to try: the scarf top. From "napkin tops" to halterneck styles to knotted scarves, the trend comes in many variations with one common goal of offering up minimal coverage in maximum heat. While traditional scarf patterns like paisley can easily be paired with jeans and cutoffs for a free-spirited feel, simpler scarf tops are surprisingly sleek when worn with minimalistic bottoms and accessories. Find the version that best suits your style, below. 

The Silky Scarves.
For your next night out (or your next night in), a simple and silky scarf top will elevate a pair of jeans or turn a sleek pair of trousers into a sultry statement. 
KES Future Top, $65
HARMUR Triangle Top, $135
The Printed Scarves.
Ideal for sweltering summer days, a printed scarf top and a pair of cut-offs will keep you cool while hanging outdoors.
DANIELLE BERNSTEIN Handkerchief Top, $49
DION LEE Bandana Bandeau, $145
The Halter Tops.
Halterneck tops reminiscent of a scarf twisted entirely around your torso are also trending. Wear with a denim mini skirt or Bermuda shorts while grabbing drinks on a warm evening.
PRIVACY PLEASE Venice Top, $98
LPA Taupe Top, $128
The Scarf-Print Blouses.
If you prefer a little more coverage, a scarf-inspired print is equally on-trend—and will be wearable beyond the summer months and into the fall.
EXPRESS Paisley Shirt, $35
PETERSYN Antonia Top, $128
The Vintage Scarves.
Before you go out and buy a brand-new, scarf-inspired top, consider testing out a DIY approach with an actual scarf. There's plenty of gorgeous, vintage versions to discover.
EMILIO PUCCI Vintage Silk Scarf, $115
ETSY Vintage Chain Scarf, $15

The inspiration.
Four different ways to wear it. 
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Keep browsing for the perfect vintage scarf. 
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