7 Ways To Wear Ruffle Scarf

by Sweta Tiwary on December 29, 2012 · 10 comments

7 Ways To Wear Ruffle Scarf

Hello Lovelies,

With changing fashion trends, scarf is no more a piece of cloth to keep one warm, it is a style statement. Scarf comes in various designs and patterns, and in winters, markets are flooded with different designs of scarf, making it difficult to decide which one to leave and which one to take. I love wearing scarf and own quite a lot of them and today I will be telling you different ways of wearing a ruffles scarf. Ruffles scarf looks dressy and more girly, which makes some girls crave for it and some keep a distance from it.  So, if you have a ruffles scarf or plan to buy one, but you are confused about how to wear them, then read on this tutorial and find out 7 different ways we can wear a ruffles scarf. I am explaining all the looks and the pictures show the steps.

Look 1:

The simplest of all. Just take your scarf and hold it at the centre as shown in the picture, now wear it on your neck with both ends hanging loose on front as shown in the picture. That’s all; you can wear a belt over it to define your waist.

7 Ways To Wear Ruffle Scarf

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Look 2:

Fold your scarf in half horizontally and place it around your neck so that loose ends fall at back. Now, hold the ends and bring them in front, such that the ends cross at the back of the neck. The end result should look like how it is shown in picture 3. This look is good for everyday wear, to jazz up the daily wear T shirt.

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Look 3:

Look 3 is derived from look 2.  As explained above, bring the loose ends in front and then hold both the ends together as shown in picture 2 and take it inside from the loop and bring out as shown in the picture. This will look somewhat like look 2 but the loose ends are closer. This will make you look slimmer as the loose ends are falling together as V.

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Look 4:

To achieve look 4, we need to follow all the steps for look 4 and then put a knot between the two loose ends as shown in picture 4. The final look looks like a tie, which will suit very well for office wear.

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Look 5:

This one is a simple and girly look. Just put the scarf on your neck as done for look 1 and then with the help of a safety pin, secure one loose end as shown in the picture, making frills near the neck and leaving one loose end as it is.

Look 6:

For this look, follow all steps of look 5 and then secure the other loose end also with safety pin as shown in the picture. The end result will look like step 3.  This look is very frilly and dressy. If you are planning to wear a jacket, then this look will be the best, it gives a feeling as if you are wearing a frilly top inside the jacket.

Look 7:

This is a very unique look where you can wear your ruffle scarf as a ruffles shrug. To achieve this look, hold your scarf exactly at the centre, then hold the corner of both the ends on the other hand. Now, place a knot between these two pieces as shown in step 2. Place 2 knots to secure well.  After placing the knot, your scarf should look like what is shown in step 3. Voila, your frilled shrug is ready, now wear it and flaunt your unique look.

That’s all I have for today. I hope you find this tutorial helpful and will try all the looks.

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{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Neha Padhi December 29, 2012 at 5:29 pm

nice article sweta,but i am v.confused about look 5,6,7,as there are no pics attached :(

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ife December 29, 2012 at 6:05 pm

i thght it was just me who got confused :)… nice post..

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poorva December 29, 2012 at 6:50 pm

nice post :) n ur scarf is very pretty with the ruffles:) would have loved to see the pics for the last posts too :)

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Parita December 29, 2012 at 7:05 pm

thats a pretty scarf! thanks for sharing :)

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Kat December 29, 2012 at 8:08 pm

Pretty scarf !

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Sweta December 29, 2012 at 10:08 pm

Rati / jomol/ Neha
Guys please add the remaining pics also…. Without them the tut won’t be clear to all :)

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Sweta December 29, 2012 at 10:10 pm

Thanks for the liking guys… I am on a vacation so limited access of Internet…
IMBB team please help here with picture …..

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