5 Happy Spring Scarves and Ways How to Wear Them

Just because spring is here, doesn’t mean you have to stop wearing a scarf. Here are  picks that are as light as they are lovely.

WEAR IT WITH: A MOTORCYCLE JACKET

For the pattern-averse, this blue scarf gets its kicks from tiny pom-poms instead. It's a great, soft layering piece to pair with something tougher, like a leather jacket.Carly Scarf by Lilly Pulitzer, $88, lillypulitzer.com.

For the pattern-averse, this blue scarf gets its kicks from tiny pom-poms instead. It’s a great, soft layering piece to pair with something tougher, like a leather jacket.

WEAR IT WITH: A BUTTON-DOWN

Skinny, silken scarves are everywhere at the moment. Wear this one like you would wear a statement necklace—it will look great with a shirt or a light sweater.Super Skinny Flora Silk Scarf by Rockins, $145, shopbop.com.

 Skinny, silken scarves are everywhere at the moment. Wear this one like you would wear a statement necklace—it will look great with a shirt or a light sweater.

WEAR IT WITH: ALL WHITE

We'd let this geometric, gauzy scarf be the star of an all-white outfit. We love the pattern, and the graphic use of primary colors in the design.Sokoto White Scarf by A Peace Treaty, $225, apeacetreaty.com.

 We’d let this geometric, gauzy scarf be the star of an all-white outfit. We love the pattern, and the graphic use of primary colors in the design.

WEAR IT WITH: STRIPES

To wear this style, roll up the scarf diagonally, then wrap it twice around your neck, and tie it in a small knot at the front. It will mimic the look of a turtleneck, but one much more interesting one than your standard issue—especially when worn with a striped sweater.Multicolored Bandana Scarf by Zara, $13, zara.com.

 To wear this style, roll up the scarf diagonally, then wrap it twice around your neck, and tie it in a small knot at the front. It will mimic the look of a turtleneck, but one much more interesting one than your standard issue—especially when worn with a striped sweater.

WEAR IT WITH: METALLICS

Possibly our favorite of the bunch, this tiger-print scarf is cool and cheeky, with just the right amount of kitsch. If you're after the slightly nerdy, slightly vintage, slightly glam look Gucci has been showing for the last few seasons, this scarf is a good starting point. Pair it with a kelly green cardigan, and a metallic pleated skirt to fully capitalize on the look.Tigress Print Silk Scarf by & Other Stories, $75, stories.com.

 Possibly our favorite of the bunch, this tiger-print scarf is cool and cheeky, with just the right amount of kitsch. If you’re after the slightly nerdy, slightly vintage, slightly glam look Gucci has been showing for the last few seasons, this scarf is a good starting point. Pair it with a kelly green cardigan, and a metallic pleated skirt to fully capitalize on the look.