25 ways to wear a scarf

How to wear a scarf was the most searched fashion question of 2014.

25 ways to wear a scarf

According to Google “how to wear a scarf” was the most searched fashion question of 2014. While it’s definitely still summer in the southern hemisphere, that’s no reason not to accessorise with a lightweight scarf.

When it comes to wearing a scarf, it can be tricky to know where to start. There’s no wrong way, but leaving it hanging behind your neck isn’t necessarily the most flattering option.

Thankfully, this fantastic video has you covered, with 25 clever ways to tie your scarf. In just under five minutes, you’ll never be stuck for way to style your scarf again.

Our tip? The bigger the better. Scarves with more material are much easier to tie than those that are too narrow or short.

What’s your favourite way to wear your scarf?
 





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    Alipal
    30th Jan 2015
    11:18am
    Were they scarves or pashminas?
    particolor
    30th Jan 2015
    5:17pm
    All the way from Napal! Shawly ?
    KSS
    30th Jan 2015
    12:13pm
    25 ways to wrap it round your neck and pull!
    particolor
    30th Jan 2015
    3:51pm
    Pop goes the Weasel !!
    Alula
    30th Jan 2015
    2:19pm
    For a sleeveless bloused vest look, take a long rectangular scarf and fold it in half - you now have half the length. Now tie one folded corner of the rectangle to the opposite corners, making one knot. Open it and you should be able to slip your arms through the two large "sleeve" holes, with the knot at your back and the ends of the scarf forming the front verticals (where buttons would go if it were a shirt). Hope this is clear!
    Dancer
    30th Jan 2015
    4:25pm
    Some intriguing ways - but all too fast to "get" it so I'll have to watch again!
    SC
    1st Feb 2015
    5:48pm
    Great video - thank you. Back in my airline days we were taught how to wear our uniform scarf, but nothing quite this elaborate. These days I tend to favour the European Loop.


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