JAZZ UP YOUR OUTFITS WITH SCARVES

Scarves are the most essential and versatile clothing accessories for both men and women. They are available in wool, silk, pashmina, polyester blend, cotton etc and in variety of designs and shapes like square or rectangle, long or short. Though they can be worn throughout the year, winters are the time when we actually cannot do without them. Thick knitted or woolen scarves are great for winters. No matter the kind of scarf you wear, it adds to your style and make you look smart and trendy. A single scarf can be worn in different ways and can transform the way you look.

Following are some the popular ways to wear a scarf for both men and women:

how to wear a scarf

SCARF TYING STYLES FOR WOMEN


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The European or Slip knot:

This is the classic way and a popular way to wear a scarf. Fold the scarf in half, put it around your neck so that the loop is on your left side and the two ends on the right hand side. Pull the two ends through the loop and adjust the knot.

The Pretzel Knot:

Fold the scarf in half and put it around your neck so that the loop is on your left side and the two ends on the right hand side. Pull first the one end through the loop to the left side and then pull the second end from the loop to the right side.

The Infinity Knot:

Put the scarf around the back of your neck, the two ends should be hanging in the front. Tie one corner from either side to each other. Twist the tied end pull it over your neck and adjust it.

The Cow Girl Style Knot:

You need a square scarf for this knot. Fold the scarf diagonally and tie a knot behind your neck, adjust the scarf and then bring the both ends in front and tie a knot on the left hand side.

The Side Knot:

Fold the scarf diagonally and bring the scarf around the back of your neck and tie the on the left side, in the front.

The Classic Knot:

If you are using the square scarf fold the square scarf diagonally and then fold it again and collect it in your hand, put the scarf around the back of your neck, make a loose knot from the left end pull the right end of the scarf from the left knot and adjust the scarf.

Kimono Knot:

Fold the scarf rectangle. First tie the both ends of the right hand side and then tie the both ends of the left hand side. Drape it over the shoulder and put your arms through the holes and wear it like a kimono.

SCARF TYING STYLES FOR MEN

how to wear a scarf for men


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The Simple Drape:

Just put the scarf around your neck and see that both sides are equal on the front side.

The Classic Once Around:

Put the scarf around your neck so that it drapes longer at the right side and shorter at the left hand side. Take the right side of the scarf from the front bring it round the neck so that the both sides of the scarf are equal.

The Chest Warmer:

Drape the scarf around the neck so that the both sides are equal. Now bring the left end to your right side and right end to your left side.

The Ascot or Cravat Knot:

Wear the scarf around the neck. Put the right end over the left end of the scarf. Pull the right end from the underneath loop. Place the right end over the left end and adjust the scarf.

The European or Parisian Knot:

Fold the scarf in half; put it around your neck so that the loop is on your left side and the two ends on the right hand side. Pull the two ends through the loop and adjust the knot.

The Fake Knot:

Drape the scarf over your shoulder with the right end longer than the left end. Make a loose knot at the right end and slip the left end through it and tighten the knot.

So get ready to JAZZ UP your outfits with scarves…

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