Wearing a scarf might be your favorite accessory, but wearing it in different ways you look amazing. Young professionals, teens, and moms love to wear a scarf to look perfect. The scarf is not weathered specific, you can wear scarves in winters and summers as well. But wear thick scarves in the cold season or light and flowery scarf in the warmer spring season. The scarf comes in all lengths, fabric, and colors. You can make your outfit cuter and amazing by wearing a scarf in different ways. Here in this article, you will get to know some classic tips to wear a scarf.
Stylish Ways to Wear a Scarf:
1.) Braid Style
- Take a scarf and fold it in half lengthwise.
- Now drape this folded scarf over your shoulder, but the non-folded end should be longer than the folded one.
- Take the non-folded end and fit it into the loop of folded end and leave the space at the end of the fold.
- Twist the folded end and forms an ‘8’.
- Fit the remaining non-folded end into the second loop which is created by the twist.
- Now adjust the scarf.
2.) The Magic Trick
By using the magic trick method you can wear a scarf in a different style.
- Drape the scarf around your shoulder and make sure one end of the scarf should be longer than the other end.
- Now hold the longer end and loop it around your neck once.
- By using the non-looped end, pull a little bit of the fabric through the loop and form a semi-circle.
- Fit the looped end through this semi-circle.
- Adjust both the ends to balance the scarf.
3.) The Waterfall Style
The waterfall style is one of the stylish ways to wear a scarf.
- Drape scarf over your shoulder and the one end should be longer than the other end.
- Now loop the longer end of the scarf around your neck.
- Take the end that you used to loop and secure it at the top corner.
- Fit the top corner of the scarf into the loop on the side of the neck.
- When done it, the unattached side hangs down like a waterfall.
4.) The Celebrity Loop
- Drape scarf around your shoulder, the one end of your scarf should be longer than the other end.
- Loop the long end around your neck 3 times in the same direction, according to your scarf length.
- Now fit the end through the third loop so that it is hanging down from the loop.
- Fit the non-looped end into the third loop.
5.) The European Loop
The European loop is the easiest way to wear a scarf.
- Fold your scarf in half lengthwise.
- Drape the folded scarf around your shoulder, but the folded end should be smaller than the non-folded end.
- Now fit the non-folded end into the loop which is created by the folded end and make it tight.
6.) The Quick Toss
This is one of the easiest ways to wear a scarf.
- Drape scarf around your shoulder and make sure that the one end should be smaller than the other end.
- Now loop the longer end over your neck but don’t drape it fully.
- The scarf should be hanging down from the back.
7.) The Infinity Loop
- Drape the scarf around your shoulder so that both the ends are equal.
- Tie an overhand knot at the bottom of both ends.
- Tie another knot to ensure that the first know does not open.
- Now take the loop and twist it in shaped like an ‘8’.
- Drape the bottom loop over your head.
8.) The Turtleneck
- Drape the scarf around your shoulder but the one end should be significantly smaller than the other end.
- Loop the longer end around your neck 3 or 4 times in the same direction.
- Tie an overhand knot with both ends of the scarf and then tie another overhand knot to remove the excess fabric.
- Fit the knot under the loop so that no extra fabric is showing.