Tie On An Urban Turban
To pull off a head wrap, you either have to have innate style...or be coached by hairstylist Guido, who tied on bright, summery, totally unposeur-y scarves for the Marc by Marc Jacobs spring show. His top tips:
1. "Bright colors like neons work best in the summer. Just make sure they don't match your outfit," says Guido. "A white dress with a brightly patterned or solid scarf is your safest bet."
2. Prep dry hair with texturizing spray. "You need that dry texture to give your look a messy nonchalance—and also to keep the scarf from slipping off," Guido says.
3. Tie it right. Fold your scarf into a three-inch-wide strip and place the middle against your nape. "Pull the ends forward, crossing them above the center of your forehead and just behind your hairline," says Guido. "Bring the ends back to the nape—partially overlapping the fabric to create a turban effect—and knot them at the nape."