How to Style Winter Scarves

Winter scarves are always containing a heavy sense and bigger than the scarves in other seasons. This does not means that we don’t need to care about how to tie them. Winter scarves still can be stylish and sleek, only need we to take a look at the following ways to style winter scarves.

Fold and Loop

This method of wearing a scarf simply involves folding the scarf in half by bringing the ends together, draping it around the back of your neck, and then bringing the ends through the loop. You can then adjust it to as tight or as loose as you want.

The Quick Flick

This easy scarf solution looks timelessly chic. Starting with the scarf draped around

the back of your neck and the ends hanging down the front. Take one of the scarf ends and flick it around your neck so this end now hands at the back.

Wrapped Up

This is another easy solution when it comes to how to wear scarves. Start with the scarf draped around the back of your neck with the ends hanging to the front. Ideally, start with one end hanging lower than the other. Take the longer end and wrap it around your neck as many times as necessary. This method is bound to keep you snug in winter.

Draped Open

When it comes to how to wear scarves this way, the look is probably more decorative than functional. If you’re wearing a scarf with a pattern that you want to show off, just wrap it around the back of your neck with the ends ha

nging towards the front. Adjust the scarf so the ends follow the line of an open coat.

Tucked In

One of the neater ways to wear scarves in winter is to tuck them into your coat or jacket. Wrap the scarf around your neck as many times as necessary and then tuck the ends into your jacket. This look is ideal if you’re wearing a jacket with interesting collars or lapels that you want to show off.

The Bow Knot

If you’re wearing a light weight scarf try tying it into a bow at the neck. It’s fun and flirty way to style your scarf during the winter. Wear the bow at the centre or slightly to one side. You can also adjust the size of the bow to as big or as small as required.

The Loop Through

This is another easy fix when it comes to how to wear scarves this winter. With the scarf draped around the back of your neck and the ends hanging down the front, simply tie the ends together and fasten around the neck. This looks great when done with chunky knit scarves, as skinnier scarves tend to look a bit sloppy.

Maxi Length

A longer length scarf is great for complementing longer hemlines. Drape your scarf over a longer length coat for a chic winter look. If the scarf is a skinnier style, you can loop it and wear it to the front. If it is a heavier, decorative style then try leaving it draped open.

The Triangle

This method will only work with square scarves. Fold the square in half to form a triangle. Then, with the tip of the triangle at the front and pointing down, wrap the ends around the back of your neck and let them hand down the front. This looks chic when worn with shorter, cropped jackets.

Go get a scarf and surprise the public with the tying ways up above.

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