5 Ways to Carry Your Scarf This Winter

Scarves need not be boring. Turn it into a fun accessory. It can keep off the chills in the winter but in a fun way. This tiny scrap of cloth is highly versatile – whether you wear it in summers or in the winters. Here we have the top 5 ways to carry your scarf this winter – the 5 best ways apart from the classic and as a headscarf.

#1. The Neckerchief:

This is a simple way to drape your scarf. You gather the cloth in the front in the form of a triangle and tie a knot at the back or at the front. You can also bring the ends to the front and leave them on the sides or tuck them beneath the triangle. A square scarf works well for this style.

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#2. Cowl Neck Style:

This is another awesome style that is similar to the neckerchief but the front is longer. Instead of folding the scarf twice, just get hold of the ends and wrap it. No knots and no tying!

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#3. The Belted Drape:

This is by far the easiest and looks good every time.  While a rectangular scarf works well, a square scarf would be better. You also need a skinny belt. Drape the scarf around your neck and let it fall on the sides. Cinch it with a belt.

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#4. The Infinity Style:

This is one of the oldest styles and still very popular. All you have to do is wrap the knotted scarf twice around your neck, with a long and short wrap.

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#5. The Loop:

You need a long scarf for this – in fact, the longer, the better. The loop is just folding the scarf lengthwise and looping the loose end through the fold.

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Whether your scarf is long and rectangular or square, there are different ways to use it to your advantage. Don’t let this must-have be a boring piece of cloth hanging loosely around your neck. Make the best use of it. Use it to enhance your outfit. Stave off the chills and let this accessory do more than keep you warm this winter.

Author Bio:

Nidhi Khurana is a happy-go-lucky girl who loves to write. Started as a pastime, writing became her passion and now she dabbles between lifestyle and travel writing. She is a blogger at 365 Gorgeous, a blog dedicated to keeping you gorgeous, always. It is a one-stop solution for all your beauty, skincare, and hair care needs.

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