25 Ways to Wear a Scarf in 4.5 Minutes

Let’s take a look at a video of how to wear a scarf in 25 different ways only in four and a half mimutes!

The following are some fashionable scarves. Check out whether you can find the one you are interested in.

Leopard Spot Silk Scarf

Van Gogh’s Painting “Starry Night” Silk Square Scarf

Oil Painting “The Aegean Sea” Long Silk Scarf

Rose Brown Floral Print Wool Scarf

Red with Black Flower Lace Acrylic Knit Pashmina

Are you still worry about how what your scarf looks like tomorrow now?

Unusual Scarves

Maybe you have seen like hundreds and hundreds of regular scarves, but the following way too unusual scarves will definitely catch and even shock you eye. Some of them have “strong power”; some shaped like animals; some even like food and more.

Magnetic Scarves

Scarves made of magnets? Sounds weird, but not until you see all the geometric and creative ways you can style them.

Cat Scarf

Who wouldn’t want this cozy cat wrapped around their neck? Lady Cartoonist created this gem as part of the ScarfADay project.

Bacon Scarf

It’s wonderfully disturbing how realistic this bacon scarf looks.

In addition, when we look at this, we’ve got to check out Lady GaGa’s meat dress.

Scarf-making Clock

Berlin designer Siren Elise Wilhelmsen created a clock that knits a row of a scarf each day of the year. At the end of the year, you’ll have a 6.5-foot scarf.

Of course, there are still lots of strange but unique scarves out there. You just need to open your eyes and search around. Maybe they are not so suitable for wearing, but they are definitely suitable for watching.

Do’s and Don’ts of Scarf Wearing

There are uncountable numbers of fabulous scarves out there on the market now, thus, we have to open our eyes and carefully choose the right one and know some dos and don’ts when wearing a scarf.

Dos:

Do Try a Print Scarf

Kelly Osbourne’s natty Burberry plaid scarf sets off her coat perfectly.

Get This Look: Loosely drape a long scarf around the front of your neck, pulling the ends over opposite sides and letting them hang free.

Do Wear a Scarf for Dressy Events

Cameron Diaz adds color and warmth with a scarf tossed over a dress.

Get This Look: Use a larger scarf or shawl and toss the ends over each side. You can use a decorative brooch to keep it in place.

Do Make a Scarf Your Spotlight Accessory

Olivia Palermo’s white scarf, which contrasts nicely with her black pantsuit, is all she needs for a sophisticated evening look.

Get This Look: Start with a long scarf, holding it midpoint in front of your neck. Toss the ends over your back, then pull the ends forward on the opposite sides of your shoulder and leave the ends to dangle.

Do Wear a Flattering Color Next to Your Face

A flattering pop of color — like Anjelica Huston’s choice of a red scarf — can add lots of excitement to a winter coat look.

Get This Look: Wear a long, fringed winter scarf — in cashmere, blends, wool or knit — tied once close to your neck to get this look.

Do Choose a Sophisticated Monochromatic Look

Tone-on-tone scarf and outfit looks work best with neutrals — black, navy, camel, cream — and take on a sophisticated vibe when you mix fabrics (satin, shine, wool, etc.) Charlize Theron’s all-black is elegant because she paired a long knit scarf with a metallic jacket.

Get This Look: Take a long scarf and hold it in front of you. Twist it a few times in the middle, then toss the ends straight over your back. Bring each end back to the front on the opposite side and leave the ends to dangle.

Don’ts:

Don’t Overaccessorize

A scarf and a floppy hat for Naomi Watts are too much of a good thing (it’s only a pair of sunglasses short of looking like a disguise).

Faux Pas to Fab: Wear a smaller brimmed or knit hat with a large scarf so the two accessories don’t compete with each other.

Don’t Throw on a Scarf as an Afterthought

Throwing on a random scarf with an cocktail dress doesn’t work for Diane Krueger.

Faux Pas to Fab: Eveningwear works best with a pashmina shawl, gracefully draped around the shoulders.

Don’t Overwhelm Your Look with a Scarf

It may have been a stab at being trendy, but Julianne Moore’s oversized scarf looks like it’s choking her.

Faux Pas to Fab: Skip the trend of giant knotted scarves on your neck, and go for a more timeless look with a simply draped or tied scarf.

Don’t Think a Scarf Can Save a Bad Outfit

Even gorgeous Faith Hill looks frumpy in a voluminous shirt and skinny scarf.

Faux Pas to Fab: Save skinny scarves for more fitted tops and jackets. Although monochromatic looks can be chic, they can also be boring unless you mix textures.