How to Wear a Scarf
Personal style takes careful preparation. An accessory- which is often neglected and overlooked- you can add to your personal style is a scarf. Yep. How many of them do you have anyway? Well get as many as you can because we discovered a lot of cool ways you can use a scarf.
There are lots of different ways you can wear a scarf but you shall see most girls wearing them around the neck. A scarf well worn around the neck gives a sophisticated look to a girl, even if she is wearing it as a casual wear. In the adjacent photograph notice how normal the dress would look without the scarf. So get out that scarf and wrap it around your neck. Wear it knotted, looped or as a neckkerchief.
Tie your hair in a ponytail, fold a long scarf as thin as you want your headband to be, place the middle of the scarf on the top of your head, tie the ends below your ponytail, open the ponytail and let your hair loose. You are fit to go!
Need a protection for hair from sun and dust while going out? No need to look unstylish if you do. Fold a scarf in a triangle or a rectangular wide section and place the middle of the scarf at the start of your hairline. Tie the ends at the back of your nape below the hair. Wear some modern casual outfit to go along with the look.
Wrap a small scarf around your wirst and wear it with your tee shirts, half or full sleeves, or jackets.
Tie a long, thin, bright and bold scarf around your waist to go along with your light shaded dresses. Don’t tie the knot in the middle but to one side of your body. It would look stylish with either jeans or trousers.
As Purse Tie
Well you are ready for the party or for a walk in the mall. But nothing outstanding about today’s wear. Well, bring out that scarf and tie it around your purse. Just for a change add an extra look today!
As Torso Wrap
Fold the scarf as a long sash, wrap around your torso and tie with a big bow in front to form a bandeau.
As Halter Top
Fold a large scarf into a triangle and tie a knot near the apex of the triangle so that some small ends hang out. Place the knot below your Adams apple and tie the ends behind your neck. Wrap the other two ends forming the base around your waist and tie them at the back.
Use two scarves, one wrapped around and tied at the side of the waise and the other wrapped and tied over one hip, to creating a poolside skirt.