Saint Laurent Scarves

If you are on the lookout for a fun yet elegant way to spruce up any outfit, choose a colorful chiffon scarf or a patterned one. For a refined look, opt for a plain silk scarf in a neutral hue. The Vintage Bar offers you a selection of pre-owned and vintage Saint Laurent scarves to choose from, most of which feature the brand name or YSL logo.

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  1. Saint Laurent
    Black Silk Saint Laurent Scarf
    € 218.90
  2. Saint Laurent
    Black Silk Saint Laurent Scarf
    € 339.90
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    Saint Laurent
    Brown Wool Saint Laurent Scarf
    € 939.40
  4. Saint Laurent
    Black Fabric Saint Laurent Scarf
    € 305.00
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    Saint Laurent
    Multicolor Silk Saint Laurent Scarf
    € 103.50
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    Yves Saint Laurent
    Black Silk Saint Laurent Scarf
    € 245.52
    € 222.54
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    Saint Laurent
    Multicolor Silk Saint Laurent Scarf
    € 110.70

More about Saint Laurent scarves

Founded by Yves Saint Laurent in 1961, the house was originally a House of Haute Couture. Tired of making dresses for the jaded billionaires, he revolutionized the fashion industry in 1966 by introducing a luxury ready-to-wear collection. But this was not the only way he revolutionized the industry. Known for playing with traditional gender roles, Yves Saint Laurent modernized women’s fashion by taking masculine silhouettes and accessorizing them with a feminine touch, such as heels, jewelry, and silk scarves wrapped around the hair. 

Saint Laurent scarves can be spotted wrapped around the models’ necks and heads in old and new collections. It is a versatile accessory that can be used and dressed in countless ways. Some of our other favorite ways to style this accessory is wrapping it around the top handles of our bags and securing our ponytails with it. Available in an array of materials such as silk, wool, and cashmere, a Saint Laurent scarf can be used all year round. During those warm summer months, we love to use the bigger scarves as tops, while in the winter months, we use them to guard ourselves against the breezy weather.