Tie a Scarf in Different Ways

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A scarf can be a good addition to your outfit. Besides letting them hang over our shoulders or wrapping them around our necks, there are a number of creative ways to tie a scarf that adds a unique and trendy look to your outfit. This piece of cloth can make help you create update even an old dress, shirt or any other clothing that needs a little color burst.

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The Many Looks of a Scarf

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    The Knot Row
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    Place your scarf around at the back of your neck, leaving it just hanging down on the front. Create multiple parallel knots by tying the ends together. Tie as many knots as you desire.
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    Boho Loop
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    Look for the middle of the scarf and place it on the front of your neck. Toss the scarf's ends over your shoulder so they will rest on your back. Bring the ends of the scarf in front, and tie them loosely. Voila! Another new look for your scarf.
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    The Slip Knot
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    Fold your scarf in half. Wrap the folded scarf around the back of your neck. After that, pull the two ends through a loop. Adjust the scarf so it can comfortably sit on your chest. Have the knot closer to the neck or looser, as you desire.
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    Belted Scarf
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    Put on your scarf around the back of the neck, leaving the ends hanging in front. Put on a belt around your waist and around your scarf, making sure that the scarf is tucked into the belt, and secured against the body. This is so easy, but it will definitely rock your outfit.
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    Skinny Scarf Necklace
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    Make a loop out of your scarf around your neck. Be sure to use a skinny scarf. Make a knot out of the scarf's ends and arrange the knot wherever you desire.
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    Loop and Tuck Scarf Knot
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    This knot fits well with chunky scarves. Take the scarf and look for the middle. Place it in front of your neck and leave the ends resting against your back. Crisscross the ends and bring them around the front. Tuck the ends of the scarf creating a loop placed around your neck. Pull the knot down so you will feel comfortable.
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How to Choose the Right Scarf

A scarf is usually wrapped or worn around the neck and this may highlight some parts of the body, like the face and the bust. It is very important that you choose a scarf that flatters your body type.

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    Choose Scarves in Neutral Colors
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    Neutral colors are the safest when buying scarves. This is because you can pair them with any other colors.
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    Splash of Color
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    If you're someone who predominantly wears black, or solid neutral tones, choose a scarf that will add a nice splash of color.
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    Check the Material
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    When buying a scarf, be sure that you choose one with the right material. Wool, cotton and chiffon are some of the recommended fabrics.
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    Be Careful with the Prints
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    When you decide to wear a scarf over a dress, be mindful with the prints on the fabric - no mismatching allowed. Printed scarves will not match with a dress with a different print.
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Categories : Accessories, Scarfs, Purses & Jewelry

Recent edits by: Eng, Alma, Lynn

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