Types Of Hermès Scarves
Hermès scarves are produced in an array of shapes and sizes. The classic Square shaped silk scarf comes in 20cm (nano), 40cm (also comes in a pocket square), 70cm (Coeur bandana) 90cm (carré), and 140cm (shawl size).
The Twilly scarf, which is a long and narrow silhouette with diagonally hemmed ends, comes in these sizes; standard Twilly, Maxi Twilly Slim, and Maxi Twilly Cut. Scarves are also produced in Triangle and Losange shapes. The Losange fit is a lengthened rhombus and can be found in large, medium, and slim sizes, and also comes in a necktie.
A popular detail available in Hermès silk is plissé. The entire scarf is intricately pleated from end to end, creating a structured texture against the silky fabric. The plissé effect has been applied to all shapes and sizes.
Possibilities for styling Hermes scarves are seemingly endless, from using a square to adorn the handle of a Birkin or Kelly, to a losange as a belt or a headband. Bloggers, celebrities, and socialites have been known to get creative when it comes to tying their scarves.