As the temperature starts to drop, the scarf is the must have accessory for winter. Tassels, fringe, pom-poms, ruffles or fur, these fabrics will arouse the sense of warmth and coziness of winter scarves. Sometimes winter scarf can be long, so long that most of us don’t know how to drape it. Come on ladies, let’s take a look on how to wear winter scarf and how to tie/wear a long scarf?
Long, thick and bulky could be the words to describe winter scarves styles for those who do not know yet the ways to wear a winter scarf. For the length of long scarf to become an ally, why not wear your scarf as a hood? Let’ be chic and take a silk scarf, a winter scarf can be light, enough to bring you warmth, matched with gloves and a chapka. The hood also works for the long and bulky one!
How to tie a winter scarf?
The easiest way is the European loop. Fold your scarf in two, drape in around your neck and put both ends in the loop on the opposite shoulder and adjust.
Another way would be, drape it in front of your neck so the loose ends are on your back, criss cross and bring the ends on your chest, there you are (you can tie to get rid of some length)
Now how about rising the level of tying long scarves
You want a little fantasy in all this drape, loop, criss cross, bring it to the back knot. How about the bow tie? Bows are cute, which girl does not love bow? (Instructions)
Infinity scarf is an easy alternative for those who find that knots are too complicated. If you do not have a snood, take a normal scarf and tie the ends together. We previously posted an article on the ways of wearing an infinity scarf, take a look. (here)
How to wear a winter scarf?
Like mention earlier, we can wear them as a hood. If you are not afraid of the length, let it loose, it can be stylish.
Or you can wear it in a loose cascade.
- Loop the scarf twice around your neck with one end longer than the other.
- Grab the longer end and tuck it on the opposite shoulder.
Are you starting to love winter scarves?