You know how you see gorgeous scarves or shawls in a store and you know you have to buy them but once they’re there you don’t really know how to wear them to work with your outfit. Well, it is time to bring out those scarves from the very back of your closet because I am going to tell you a few new and different ways to stylise those scarves.
THE TURTLE NECK
This is a simple look that can work in any season! All you have to do is take your scarf and wrap it loosely around your neck and tie two small knots on the two ends.
During the winters, its a great way to wear your mufflers. It looks super cozy and cute especially if a brighter colour is used to bring life to your normally dark coats and blazers.
Not only that, its also an adorable way to add a little flair to your summer outfit! Great for a day out to the park or beach.
THE SCARF BELT
This is one of my favourite ways of styling my scarves! It not only spices up your get-up but also saves some bucks on the belts 😉
You just simply have to take your scarf through from where you take your belt and that’s about it.
I remember doing this the last time I went to my friend’s party down a shack near the beach. It looked super chic with my white Zara shorts and I got the scarf from a market at the beach only!
You can also tie the belt around a dress to give it a decorative look. This black and white scarf was a great way to style the otherwise plain black dress.
Other than this, what you can do is wear a cute thin belt over your dress or shirt, put the scarf hanging from around your neck and put its too lose ends through the belt to give a very Seventeen Magazine look!
It will look something like this:
This is an extremely lovable look which is very simple to pull off. All you have to do is take a shorter scarf and wrap it from the scalp behind your neck to the top and tie it neatly. If the scarf is long, don’t worry, all you have to do is wrap it around twice this way your knot goes at the back of your neck.
Its perfect for protecting your hair from the wind so make sure you try this next time you go out on a windy day. And it also utilises the thinner and lighter scarves.
Its a very vintage look and works perfectly with some 80’s accessories like these round glasses and red lipstick.
It can also be tied in a girly little bow. Just make sure the bow is not too small nor too big.
Also, to change it up a bit, you can twist your scarves together in a rope-like manner and get a really lovely headband like this:
Paris Hilton and Blake Lively rocking the scarf headbands!
So these were three basic methods of accessorising your scarves. Make sure to check out these 15 simple methods as well:
Aisha & Cyra