We’re all starting to pull out our warm accessories, including beanies and scarves, as the days and nights grow cooler. But properly arranging a scarf is essential to pulling an outfit together; here are the top tricks.
1. How to wear a blanket scarf: Fold it into a triangle and drape it over your shoulders to wear it Super Stylish. suits autumnal outfits and tall boots beautifully.
2. Triangle scarf etiquette – Your scarf should be gathered lengthwise, folded in half, and worn around your neck. Put a tight knot at the neck by pulling the loose end through the loop end.
3. To wear a rectangular scarf, fold it into a figure 8 form, then fold it in half and wrap it around your neck. Next, feed the top end through the loop while checking to see whether a second hole can be made in the loop. The bottom end should then be inserted into the hole and adjusted.
4. Try the wide side knot when wearing a silk scarf; it goes well with square silk scarves and complements a variety of clothes. The same long rectangle from the prior look should be created, but once it is, wrap it twice around your neck to leave only the two points. The ends should then be joined together, slightly overlapping, and facing either the front or the side.
5. To wear a square scarf, fold it in half to form a triangle, then tie it around your neck with the V in front, moving it to the side or maintaining it in the middle as you go.
6. Try the little side knot and fold the scarf corner to corner to produce a small triangle when wearing a neck scarf. The scar should then be folded in half such that the point of the triangle contacts the straight edge. Continue folding until you have half of a narrow rectangle. Then, wrap the finished shape around the neck and tie off to one side.
7. Try the simple dangle with one side hanging along either side or try the over-the-shoulder toss for a more carefree, rockstar-inspired appearance while wearing a long scarf.
8. To do the plaited spiral, fold the scarf into a triangle and tuck the widest point back inside. Then roll the scarf up and wrap it around your neck, pointing the ends forward and tying a knot. Once it begins to resemble a braid, twist the two ends together once more, tie a double knot, and then wrap one end over your neck.
9. To do the traditional front tie, simply hang the scarf from your neck by evenly draping it around it. After then, fix the cross and tie so that one end is lauded above the other. Fluff.
10. A popular street style look: the tartan poncho with a blanket scarf. Just put a belt around your waist and a blanket scarf around your waist. Voila! A sophisticated outerwear piece made from a scarf!
11. Fold your scarf in half and wrap it over your neck so that both ends are in front. This looks excellent with dresses or coats that leave your breast bare. Making any necessary adjustments, shorten the loop end and pull the long side through the loop.
12. How to wear a knotted shawl: Since shawls are typically only draped over the shoulders, this knotted version ups the ante by discretely concealing the tails. Put it on over your shoulders and tie a half knot with the tails in the back. Draw the scarf down to hide the tails and pull the ends right and high on your back.