Featured: “Jute” Silk Scrunchie Styled Three Ways

This week we launched out new line of silk scrunchies. The “Jute” Silk Scrunchie is a neutral beige with delicate white piping- a classic way to dip your toes into the “scrunchie” pool, as things warm up. Michelle used the “Jute” Silk Scrunchie in 3 easy-breezy styles, guaranteed to keep you cool, comfortable, and polished.

One: Half Up-Do

The classic Half-up do gets an effortless and chic update with the “Jute” Scrunchie. Bonus: 100% silk is gentle on strands all day.

Two: Half Up with a Topsy Twist

Remember the “Topsy Tail” ?! This grown-up interpretation is just as easy, and looks equally chic at the office or a festival.
To get this look: start by separating out the top section of hair and secure with the scrunchie to create a loose ponytail. Using your hands, split the hair above the scrunchie into equal halves, creating a hole in the center. Pull the ponytail through the hole. Gather another section of hair slightly lower on the head and combine it with the first ponytail to create a second ‘tier’ and repeat the process.

Three: Triple Tiered Ponytail

Layered hair accessory looks are popping up everywhere, and this is one of Michelle’s favorite:
Gather a small section of hair at the top center of your head, using the “Jute” Scrunchie to secure the section into a ponytail. Take another section from each side of the top of your head and tie it together with the first ponytail. Continue the same process until you have three tiers (or as many as you want!). Try to keep each tier the same size.

We hope you love the looks we styled for this “Jute” Silk Scrunchie feature. You can shop the “Jute” Silk Scrunchie and our other Silk Scrunchies here.

Let us know how you’re styling these beauties in the comments below. And be sure to tag us on Facebook and Instagram using @shoplysande and #lovinglysande!


Alex (and Michelle!)

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