Whether you’re fighting the wind and cold or looking to complete your outfit with an accessory, a scarf is your best choice. To help you add variety to your look, here are 7 cute ways to tie a scarf.
7 Cute Ways to Tie a Scarf
A scarf is an accessory every girl needs in her wardrobe; even after the chilly weather has receded, scarves can still be worn as an accessory to upgrade your OOTD with. It also helps that scarves come in a variety of fabrics, colors, and patterns.
The great thing about scarves is that you can play with the way they’re styled; you can even style them according to the feel of your outfit that day!
For some creative inspiration, we’ve rounded up 7 cute ways to tie a scarf below.
1. Draped Shoulder Scarf
Wrap your scarf around your shoulders for a poncho-like look. Not only will this keep you warm, but the color and pattern of your scarf will draw attention to your outfit.
If doing this, it’s best to wear neutral colors and a bright, loud scarf for contrast.
2. Cinched Draped Shoulder Scarf
Show your curves off even with a scarf on by cinching it at the waist with a cute belt.
3. Shoulder Scarf Toss
Ah, the classic shoulder scarf toss… This subtle manner of styling your scarf won’t overdo your look, but will still give it warmth. Plus, the shoulder toss keeps your scarf in place all day long.
4. Scarf Loop
This old technique is still used to this day! To pull off this look, simply loop your scarf around your neck to secure it, while letting the ends hang loose.
This is the perfect way to spice up a plain outfit.
5. Classic Scarf Drape
This is the most chic way to wear a silk scarf this summer. Let it hang loose to accentuate your sophisticated, polished outfit and opt for a pattern with complementary, not similar, colors.
6. Wrap-Around Scarf
This look is perfect for chilly weather or whenever you’re trying to protect your skin from the sun. This technique looks great with coats, blazers, boatneck and Breton tops.
7. Loosely Wrapped Scarf
This is another great way to make a scarf the centerpiece of your outfit. The way this scarf is styled looks good with dresses, casual blouses, and blazers. The best fabric for this style is something light and breathable like cotton.
Invest in a scarf or two; we promise it’s totally worth it! Whether you’re going to the office or spending a breezy Saturday afternoon at the park, the scarf has got you covered.
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