6 Different Ways to Wear a Scarf
With cozy knit sweaters and stylish booties, we can't help but fall in love with layering knits and especially the accessories! At atfishlake, we take our scarves very seriously, which is why we've rounded up our 6 favourite and most stylish ways to wear a scarf so you guys can enjoy them too!
Our Geometric Scarf (not pictured) comes in netural colors, perfect for styling with just about any outfit! Depending on the day and temperature, you can easily decide which style is right for you from these must-wear and easy-to-do styles.
1. The Wrap
For those days where you need to dash outside and want the extra layer of warmth, this blanket scarf is perfect! Simply drape it around your shoulders without folding it and cross it in front to keep the cold out. For an added look of style, wear a belt around your waist to secure the scarf in place.
2. The One Shoulder Toss
This look is very stylish and effortless. We love this look when going to dinner or strolling the local markets. It adds warmth around your neck and easily falls into place without hassle. Simply wrap it once around your neck and place it around your one shoulder.
3. The Slip Knot
The Slip Knot look is a classic and great for those who are in a rush and need to get that scarf on without thinking. It also is the best way to wear a scarf in the cold if you have on your winter jacket and need more warmth around your neck. Fold the scarf in half, place it behind your neck and bring both ends to the front. Then pull both loose ends through the loop.
4. Double Sided Wrap
This is a classic and easy way to wear your blanket scarf. This look is great because you can either twist the scarf so it's not so thick or you can fan it out in front of you face for extra shielding to the wind. Take the scarf and place it around your shoulders, then loop it once around your neck and turn the fabric so you can lay it out flat.
5. The Waterfall
This look has become more popular - it allows your scarf to be the center of attention. Sometimes with a blanket scarf, you'll have a lot of excess fabric that doesn't sit quite right. The waterfall style can easily be done with a blanket scarf to create this look. Fold the scarf in half diagonally to create a triangle. Place the point of the triangle in front of you and wrap the two ends around your neck. Style the two ends either under the triangle so they are hidden or have them on either side to give that fringe look.
6. The Infinity
For those who like the look of a sleek and clean infinity and don't want the extra tails to be hanging down, this is for you! Take the scarf and loop it twice around your neck. Tie the ends in a half knot and tuck them up under the scarf. Easy!
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