The Ann Taylor brand is synonymous with stylish sophistication, from the company's neutral-toned separates to the uber professional business suits to even the smallest accessories. When you are looking to add class to your look, a simple wrap of an Ann Taylor scarf around your neck does the trick every time. There are a ton of ways you can wrap this particular scarf, to achieve completely different chic results.
Squared Neck Tie
This is one of the more common ways to wear an uber sophisticated and classy Ann Taylor square-shaped scarf. Fold it in half into a triangle shape before you tie it. The triangle part of the scarf should sit on your chest; then you can bring the tie around your back and around to the front again -- hide the knot under the triangle and fluff it up for added dramatic effect. Pair it with a silk tank and a flowery ankle-length skirt. Finish up with a pair of silver hoop earrings and leather ankle boots for a decidedly feminine finish.
Draped to the Back
Looking to say "I'm carefree and fabulously stylish" with your ensemble? Accomplish it with a stunning floral sundress and a solid-colored Ann Taylor scarf in a long and narrow style, draped around your neck and open to the back. This is the perfect look for a weekend of errand running or a picnic lunch with your lover in a private grassy knoll somewhere. Finish it up with wedge sandals and a wide-brimmed straw hat.
Pinned to the Front
Want to add some flair to a professional look? Jazz up your boring old button-down with a printed Ann Taylor scarf, preferably narrow and long. Slide it under the collar of the shirt and bring it to the front, where you can join it with a snazzy vintage pin, instead of knotting it. Neutral-toned slacks, slingbacks and simply jewelry complete your very business-like outfit. Hint: If you want to transition to happy hour, move the scarf to your belt loops, loosen your hair from any ponytail, bun or other updo, and undo another button on your top.
Ann Taylor scarves come in a wide array of colors and styles. Mix it up by purchasing a few that have some length for draping, as well as a few that are shorter and create a simple knot. Solid hues are great to accentuate more busy tops, but the Ann Taylor brand is known for scarves in geometric prints, bold hues and funky floral patterns.