Excited about a date ?! Confused about the look ?! what to wear ? What not to wear ?! well !! Here are some voguish ideas to Spice up your outfit with some cool accessories. Accessories doesn’t solely mean jewellery . There is some real dandy stuff which might very much help in adding style to your garb and ,scarves are one of ‘em. There are umpteen types of scarves that, every woman got to know. Some add glamour and some, the warmth.
Indexed are the classic and elegant ones that would go with many different outfits.Now, I’m sure you people would want to know some interesting tips and here’s one- Single out a Leopard Scarf. Today it’s the most trendy scarf in the fashion world. This is especially a must if you have a lot of red, yellow, brown, black or white tops. They were popular in the 50s, but now they’ve come back for good. I don’t think anyone would give them up anytime soon.
P.S : Watch out for the weather and choose your scarf which is appropriate 🙂 .
- To tie the half-bow scarf, you should first loop the scarf around your neck and tie once, like the first step of tying your shoelaces.
- Then, take one side of the scarf and make a one loop, as if you were only tying one side of the bow on your shoes.
- Take the longer section of the scarf and wrap it in front and then behind the entire scarf, next to your neck. Fluff the loop afterwards to your taste.
2. Bow Scarf
Wrap the scarf around your neck and make sure both ends are even. Then, tie the scarf just as you would tie any bow. You need a longer scarf for this one.
3. The Braid a scarf
Although it looks complicated, this scarf style is easy to tie. Just double up the scarf and wrap it around your neck. Take one end and thread it through the loop, rotate the loop, and then thread through the other end.
4. The rosette belt
Wrap a longer scarf around your waist and then twist it until the scarf starts to curl around itself. Keep twisting and place the twisted sections around in a flower shape. Tuck in the ends.
5. The layered knot
Start by putting the scarf around your neck so that the ends hang in back. Then wrap the ends around to the front and loosen the section of scarf around your neck. Tie the dangling ends together and then pull the loop around your neck in front of the knot.
6. The Simple slip knot
Double up your scarf and wrap it around the back of your neck. Then, slip both ends of the scarf into the loop.
7. The Half-bow cinch
With the center of the scarf on the front of your neck, wrap the ends around your neck and back to the front. Then tie the ends together and bring one end up in a loop like tying a “bunny ear” on your shoelaces. Tighten and fluff.
8. The knotted loop
Take both ends of the scarf and tie them together. Then open the loop and put it around your neck. (This tying method works better with skinny scarves.)
9. A Muffler scarf
Take one end of a wide scarf and place it on your shoulder. Take one corner from the other end and make a little knot on one shoulder. Leave the last corner free to give the triangle look.
10. A Knot row
Wrap a thinner scarf around the back of your neck and start making ties. Leave a little space and make more ties. Adjust the scarf so that it looks straight.
11. The slip knot ascot
Tie a regular slip knot and then take one end of the scarf and tuck it around and back into the loop.
12. The Simple Double knot
Take each end of the scarf and make a knot. Adjust each end so that they are even with equal lengths extending from the knots.
13. The Neck rosette
Take a skinny scarf and wrap it around your neck. Start twisting the scarf until it curls and then start wrapping the scarf around itself. Tuck in the ends.
14. The Fake knot
Tie a loop at one end of your scarf and leave it loose. Slip the other end of the scarf into the loop and tighten it to taste.
15. The Double loop wrap
Start with the middle of your scarf on the back of your neck. Loop the ends of the scarf around and back to the front. Tie the two ends together with a simple tie to make the second layer.
Written by– Mounika
Edited by– Manvita
Images source– Google & Pintrest