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Style: try the square scarf trend

Yet neck ties and square scarves have become the most sought after accessory of the spring/summer 2015 season.


It may be a nod to the 1970's fashion seen on nearly every catwalk in the last year.


Whatever the reason, delicate neckwear has never been so stylish.


At Gucci, the fashion house's famous prints were tied under denim military jackets, or worn in the style of a retro air steward's uniform.


Meanwhile, at Saint Laurent each model sashayed down the runway wearing a long strip of printed chiffon.


Even Tommy Hilfiger got in on the act by dressing models in a long thin scarf draped across the decollage.


Luckily the trend has filtered through to the high street and we're now seeing lots of choice when it comes to scarves.


It is also worth investing in a high quality silk scarf. Try young Scottish designer Karen Mabon for a scarf you'll wear forever.


This pond scene scarf has just the right amount of fun about it.


For a classic take on the trend, head to high street giant Topshop for a well-priced Paisley print neckerchief.


To channel French style wear with Breton stripes, like the model pictured here, or wear with a grey or white Tshirt to jazz up a plain outfit.



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Supermarket brand F&F continues to showcase a fantastic range.


This seaside-inspired scarf is just £8 and is a fun way to get on board with this trend.


Another store to try when shopping this look is Oliver Bonas, in Byres Road. Their selection of scarves is wide-ranging and you're sure to find a design that catches your eye.


The scribble heart scarf, pictured in our line-up here, will add a stylish edge to any outfit.


If you're looking for something grown-up with a vintage look about it, head to up-market high street store Jaeger.


They have an extensive selection of silk scarves at the higher end of the price range.


We love their colour palettes, including this orange, pink and black one, as well as the London print scarf.


Don't forget to try French online firm La Redoute, which is stocking this unusual green coloured piece, which is bound to brighten up your accessories wardrobe.


If the high street isn't for you then head to Glasgow's wide range of charity shops to find one-off scarves.


Vintage boutiques including Mr Ben's and The City Retro, both in the Saltmarket, also have a wide selection of unusual prints.


Tie your scarf round your neck, wear it loose - or even try tying it round your wrist or handbag. The most important thing is to have fun with this classic trend.

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