There’s nothing like a beautiful scarf to accentuate your dress, add a dash of colour and flaunt some attitude! But here’s the best part – you don’t have to stick to just one way of wearing this very special accessory. There are a number of enticing ways to flaunt your look. Here are 10 ways of them.
- The Wrap
It doesn’t get any simpler than wrapping yourself with it, or pulling it around your shoulders. It’s especially great for when the weather turns windy and you’re wishing for an extra layer.
- Knotted Shawl
A step-up on the wrap, pull your scarf over your shoulders, and draw the loose ends under your arms to tie them high up behind your back. Pull the shawl down well to hide the knot behind you, and you’re all set!
- Classic Pull Through
This one’s a classic, and probably used most because it’s quick and looks amazing! Double up your scarf and loop it over your neck to bring the two ends to the front. Pull the loose ends through the loop, tighten slightly, and voila!
- The French Twist
For a touch of elegance, fold the scarf in two and wind it around your neck to bring the two ends in front. Then take one loose end and pull it over and then under the loop. Pull the other loose end under and then over the same loop. And there you go!
- The Boho
This one has a classy twist. Wind the scarf around your neck completely and let the free ends hang in front. Tie them together so that the knot lies high on your chest, and then pull the flap of scarf around your neck over the knot for a beautiful look.
- The Loop
Wrap the scarf around your neck so that the ends fall behind you, cross the ends bringing both ends to the front. Tie the two ends into a small double knot and tuck it under the loose loop. Looks like an infinity scarf!
- The Twisted Classic
Fold the scarf into half and twist it lengthways. Drape it around your neck and pull the ends through the loop. You’re good to go!
- The Serendipity
If you have a long scarf, you could go for The Serendipity, which is as simple as it gets, really. Hang the scarf around your neck with the loose ends falling behind you. Cross the ends and bring both the ends to the front. Adjust and step out in style!
- The Fake Knot
For this, hang the scarf around your neck with the loose ends in front. Tie a knot in the middle of one side. Draw the other end through the same knot and adjust. Gorgeous!
- The Ophelia
For a chic look, grab a long scarf and twist it well. Then fold in half and place around your neck with the ends in front. Draw the free ends through the looped end. Repeat the same by drawing it through the loop again. Skew to one side, and go conquer the world!
So what’s your style?