Neck scarf is one of the most versatile pieces of clothing you can shop for, yet it is highly unlikely that you’ll include this in your summer wardrobe, let alone buy one for everyday use. But our recent trip to Singapore opened our eyes to this ignored fashion accessory. We saw how one designer Trisha Vu got creative with her collection of silk scarves. What’s even more, she added embellishments to her pieces!
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Trisha Vu, is a Vietnamese fashion designer who used to make cocktail dresses and evening gowns back in 2011. But two years later, she had to take a break and concentrate on her family. “I love to design clothing and dresses, but (as) a single mom with two young kids, my time is limited,” Trisha told ABS-CBN Lifestyle. Her love and passion for creating clothes never went away, that six years later, she decided to re-launch Trisha Vu. “I decided to start again the line with scarves as it is less complicated in production and selling—a quick way to bring Trisha Vu back to the market,” she said. As a lover of jewelry, Trisha or “The Queen of Bling Bling," wanted to bring scarves to the next level: handmade carefully with Swarovski embellishments.
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And for her comeback, guests at the Singapore Yacht Show 2019 in ONE°15 Marina, Singapore got to witness Trisha’s line of elegant scarves. “My scarves can be styled in many ways. Just be creative and have fun with that piece of scarf,” she said. For example, she detailed, go wear it to the beach as a sarong or coverup, to date night as sexy halter top, and even as an elegant dresses when tied with two other scarves.
Check out our gallery above to see her style suggestions in full vision!
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Banner image courtesy of Singapore Yacht Show 2019. Photos courtesy of Trisha Vu