How to Wear a Scarf Fashionably
A scarf is all you need to freshen up your winter look. You just need to learn how to wear it in different ways. Stylist and fashion blogger Megan Ellaby has shown us a few options how to wear a scarf fashionably and how to make a scarf your favourite accessory.
In winter a scarf is a must-have in every fashionista’s wardrobe. Not only does it keep you warm, it can also be used to refresh your look.
You can also apply a fresh twist to your outfit with a scarf in different tones. You don’t need to buy a new one but you can update your outfit with just one scarf.
Stylist and fashion blogger Megan Ellaby has shown us a few ways to do this. Most of the ways are for oversized scarves that look great with long coats and down jackets. It’s probably just what you need for a cold winter.
Massive wide scarves (capes) can be worn by throwing one side over your shoulder and wrapping the other end around your neck – just one turn is enough. In this case, do not tuck or tie the scarf – let the wide ends fall freely down.
This way is perfect for solid, voluminous models, as the scarf then plays the role of a cape.
The second method will work with wide caps as well as with normal scarves. Simply drape the scarf over your shoulders and then flip one end back.
The third method is simple – simply slip the scarf over your shoulders. There’s no need to wrap it around your neck, clip it on or tuck it in – just throw it over your shoulders. Yes, it’s easy, but it’s really pretty. And while a scarf in this case doesn’t keep you warm, it’s a great addition to the look. This option would be good for warm weather or for those days when you travel by car.
The latter option would appeal to those who like unusual combinations. But you’ll need an overcoat or long down jacket with a belt. Slip a wide scarf over one shoulder so that it splits in half. Pass each side under the belt as if tucking the scarf in. In this case, the accessory is seen as part of the outer garment – you can play around with the combination of shades and textures.
We hope these tips help freshen up your winter look!