10 Cool Ways To Drape A Scarf For That Extra Oomph!

Use this fashion accessory to add a little zing this winter. New Woman tells you the ways you can drape it...

10 Cool Ways To Drape A Scarf For That Extra Oomph!

 

Of all the winter accessories out there, the scarf is easily the most versatile. Factoring in the countless combinations of tying, tucking, draping, and general zhooshing, this one piece of fabric can literally be worn a million and one ways. Or, well, at least the following 10 ways.

1. THE BASIC DRAPE

Drape the scarf evenly around your neck and let it hang.

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2. BELTED DRAPE

Drape the scarf evenly around your neck and let it hang. Fasten a skinny belt over the scarf at the waist.

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3. THE TOSS

Drape the scarf evenly around your neck. Toss one end over the opposite shoulder.

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4. THE BASIC LOOP

Drape the scarf unevenly around your neck (the short end should hit the chest area). Loop the longer end around your neck twice before letting it hang.

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5. THE LOOP THROUGH

Fold your scarf in half and drape around your neck. Feed both ends through the loop and pull through.

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6. THE NECKERCHIEF

Halve the scarf twice, so that it’s a rectangle. Fold the square diagonally for a triangular shape. Take the two ends located on the longest side of the triangle and tie it around your neck.

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7. THE FAUX INFINITY

Knot the two opposite corners of the scarf together to create a circle. Swing it over your head (with the knot at the back) twice.

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8. THE WRAP

Treat your scarf like a shawl — either just wrap it from back or you can spread out the fabric and wrap it evenly around both shoulders. Leave one end across your body. Throw the other one across the opposite shoulder.

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9. THE PRETZEL

Fold your scarf in half and drape around your neck. Feed the top end through the loop. Take the bottom end and bring it up over and through that same loop.

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10. TUCKED-IN BASIC LOOP

Drape the scarf unevenly around your neck (the short end should hit the chest area). Loop the longer end around your neck twice before letting it hang. Cross the two ends and tuck them under the loop.

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