Could there really be 13 exquisite ways to wear a luxury silk scarf, which would make you stand out from the crowd and rock like a goddess?
Well, the answer is a unanimous yes, as we have them all listed below with diagrams and instructions, so you can achieve that sophisticated look. There is no point in purchasing a luxury scarf, then not knowing how to wear that accessory for maximum exposure. One luxury scarf is worth ten cheaper ones, as it will last the test of time, but if you choose carefully to match your wardrobe, you can wear it in untold ways without people around you realizing that it is same accessory.
Silk scarves certainly are a trendy adornment since they are generally used as fashion statements to an outfit. In addition to the common options you will find many other appealing tips for tying a neck or headscarf.
Silk scarves...fashions and seasons may change, but silk scarves with their beautiful style and variety offer many new looks to an otherwise dull outfit, simply by knowing how to tie a silk scarf beautifully.
A fashionista truly feels in her element only after she drapes a trendy scarf around her shoulders. An avid traveller wants to buy a silk scarf as a memento from every city he visits. A young man views his long scarf as a statement of corporate style. Yes, so many people use scarves in so many different ways but each one attaches a special importance to this timeless accessory.
Elle's Favourite Ways to Wear a Silk Scarf
The Neck Wrap
This is the simplest of ties and great for beginners. It requires a lengthy silk scarf. The style resembles a turtleneck. Thus, it is helpful in preventing chills from draughts. Place the length of silk around the nape of your neck. Make sure the two loose ends hang equally in front of your body. Next, cross one of these ends over the other before passing them over your shoulders. The fabric should now rest comfortably against your throat at the point of crossing.
The Half Bow
This is an elegant knot. It works predominantly well with a smart suit for work. Comparable to the neck wrap it is highly effective in its ability to keep you warm. The name suggests the final appearance of the tie - half a bow. Start by placing the middle of the scarf length against your throat. Next, toss the loose ends over your shoulders before crossing them at the nape and bringing them forward once again. Make sure you loosen the scarf somewhat around your neck altering it so that one end is shorter than the other is.
Braided: Take a long scarf and put it behind your neck. Tie a loose half knot with the ends. Take the right end and cross it over the left then pull it under the scarf loop and over. Let it hang down and grab the left end (now on the right side) and cross it over the other end and pull it up and over. Repeat until the ends are too short to loop. Pull the braid to loosen it and then knot the short end pieces together.
Classic Loop: Put the scarf around your neck and pull one end down slightly longer. Wrap that end around your neck and let both ends hang.
Classic Pull Through: It’s a classic because it’s so easy and looks so good! Fold the scarf in half. Put it behind your neck and bring both ends to the front. Pull the loose ends through the loop.
Cosy Neck Wrap: Take a long scarf and loop it twice around your neck. Tie the ends in a half knot and tuck them up under the scarf loops.
Double Loop: The scarf twice around your neck. Take one end over and down through the neck loops and tie ends together.
Double-Sided Twist: Double Sided Scarf Put two of your favourite scarves back to back. Loop once around your neck and turn the fabric so that you see both sides.
French knot: French twist last winter and still love it! Just fold the scarf in half put it around your shoulders. Take one loose end piece and pull it over and under the scarf loop. Take the second end piece and go under and over the same loop.
Knotted Necklace: The scarf behind your neck. Take one end and wrap it around your hand. Pull it through to make a loose knot. Take the other scarf end and pull it through the side knot, going under the knot loop and then over.
The Necklace: A long scarf in half-lengthwise. Grab the diagonal ends and knot them together. Put it over your neck, then twist it and loop again.
Neck Wrap: A long scarf once around your neck. Make a half knot with the long ends, up near your neck. Pull the fabric of the neck loop down over the half knot.
Knotted Shawl: This is a slightly more advanced version of the wrap. Put the scarf around your shoulders like a shawl and make a half knot in the back with the ends. Pull the ends tight and up high on your back. Pull the scarf fabric down to cover the ends.
Rolled loop: A scarf once around your neck. Take each scarf end up and over the neck loop.
Scarf Wrap: The easiest way to wear a scarf! Just wrap it around your shoulders.
Well, you now have numerous ways to style your scarf and stand out at events. However, if you are still struggling for a scarf to wear, then maybe you can find one that suits your taste in our fashion collection. You can then try your skills at creating those thirteen ways to wear a luxury silk scarf, so you can be your own style guru!
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