A silk scarf is more than just an accessory. It has the power to transform a simple outfit into something special and adds the finishing touch to whatever you wear.
I’ve been collecting them for as long as I can remember because they’re the forever accessory that never goes out of style. They’re also the perfect way to stretch your wardrobe while traveling which takes up no space in your suitcase.
When LilySilk asked me to help promote their Valentine’s Sale I zeroed in on the two things I think most women appreciate. Silk scarves and silk pillowcases.
This silk scarf has a gorgeous peony print that holds every color in the rainbow. The cheery colors are a great anitdote for the gray dreary colors of winter and bring a touch of spring, long before it arrives in our weather. I don’t wear florals in my garments but I love them in silk scarves. This scarf has hand-rolled edges and a subtle sheen like scarves costing ten or more times its price. The silk is luxuriously soft and drapes beautifully.
The above photos show it tied in a simple triangle, turned different directions. I shared several other ways to tie a square silk scarf here. I simply draped into the neckline of a black jacket here to brighten the look.
I tried sleeping on silk pillowcases several months ago and I’m hooked. They’re a simple luxury that keeps bed head at bay by reducing the friction on your hair. I’ve read they also regulate body temperature, keep our skin hydrated and help prevent wrinkles…still waiting on that one:)
They’re luxuriously soft and a treat to lay on. These are available in varying thread counts and many gorgeous colors. I always choose white because it feels so clean. I simply machine wash and hang them to dry. I also feel better knowing this silk is OEKO-TEX certified to be free of nasty chemicals.
Have you tried silk pillowcases?
This sale runs until January 28 with up to 30% off silk pajamas, 20% off silk comforters and more, plus LilySilk is giving my readers an extra 12% off everything with the code awellstyledlife at checkout.
Do you wear silk scarves?
Thanks for reading and have a great day.
Thanks to LilySilk for partnering on this post. They supplied the scarf and pillowcase but all opinions are my own.