2. The Scarf
Although Audrey showed off some of the most elegant examples of jewelry in movies such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s and My Fair Lady, in her daily life Audrey wore little to no jewelry. She relied more on simple accessories one being the scarf. The scarf is a perfect example of how to jazz up any ensemble. It’s versatile; it can be worn casually, by simply tying it at the neck like Princess Ann exploring the streets of Rome in Roman Holiday. It can also be worn fashionably as a head piece, covering the hair, looping it at the neck with the knot falling just below the chin. Audrey preferred this look on January 18, 1969 when she married Italian psychiatrist Andrea Dotti. A simple pink scarf, matching her pink Givenchy dress, protected her hair from the light drizzle outside. The scarf is the perfect accessory for any occasion when trying to add that bit of color or pattern to an already chic look.
(side not - probably not necessary: although the scarf may be a borrowed concept the paragraph above is written entirely in my own words.)