5 How to Wear a Winter Scarf Ideas

how to wear a winter scarfThe time of the year when you can flaunt your scarf-draping skills is here. Its winter time, and nothing better than a scarf to keep you warm and cozy. Wool and woolen-blends are the most popular fabric of choice for winter scarves. So here are 4 ideas on how to wear a winter scarf in style.

The Classic Loop

This one is easy and stylish too. Ideal for all sizes of scarves, this style requires you to fold the scarf, loop it around your neck and then pull out both the free end from the loop. It keeps you warm and allows you to adjust the fit as well. This is both classic and easy for beginners too!

The French Knot

A variation of the classic loop, the French knot looks uber stylish. It is ideal for long length scarves. To achieve this style, fold the scarf and drape it around your neck. Now, bring one of the free ends from inside the loop, and the other free end over the loop, to form a crisscross pattern. This is ideal for those who like to keep their scarf in place, without allowing for much movement.

Necklace Style

The necklace style is the best way to show-off your precious pashminas. Start by folding the scarf into the half, diagonally. Then knot the diagonal ends and wear it over your neck, with the knot resting over your neck. Now twist the scarf and loop it over your neck again. It may take a little bit of practice to perfect the look, but it is worth the effort.

The Secure Wrap

If you are tired of wrapping the scarf around your neck, then wrap it around in style. Wrap the scarf and take the free end to the back. Tie the ends into a half knot at the back, and pull the flap over it.

Double Scarf

If you cannot wear one, then don two! Place two of your favorite scarves back to back, wear it on your neck with the free ends behind. Cross it behind your neck and bring both the ends forward to show the other scarf.

So, pick your best scarves from the closet and make them your style statements this winter!

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