Hey my lovely readers. How was your weekend? Well, I had an exciting weekend as I went on a quarantine holiday to a weekend getaway after a long time. If you are following me on my Instagram, then you may be having a little idea about this. I would also like to share with you that I have achieved my next milestone by gaining 200+ followers on my blog and I am incredibly happy. I wanna thank each and everyone who reads Chasing the Maximum Life! It would have not been possible without your kind support.
So, let’s begin with today’s thoughts. Here, I am sharing a few fun and interesting ways to wear a scarf – the ultimate fashion accessory in our wardrobe.
Tying a scarf around your neck can make your outfit look more polished and can also help you to stay warm on a cold day. But just tossing it around your neck can get boring, and it isn’t very visually enticing too. A scarf is so versatile, there are almost endless ways you can wear it. So why not choose a different one for each day. With the following scarf-tying ways, I promise you will never run out of style and ideas to choose from.
- The Belted Drape
A great way to accentuate your waist.
Drape the scarf evenly around your neck and let it hang.
Fasten a skinny belt over your scarf at the waist.
2. The Basic Loop
This is my personal favourite one.
Drape the scarf around your neck.
Loop the one end of the scarf around your neck once before letting it hand.
3. The Neckerchief
This is the perfect finishing accent to your outfit.
Half the scarf twice to convert it into a rectangle.
Fold the square diagonally for a triangular shape.
And finally, take the two ends located on the longest side of the triangle and tie it around your neck.
4. The Faux Infinity
Perfect to keep you warm and cosy.
Place the scarf around your neck.
Tie a knot at the end of the scarf.
Tie the knot again.
Twist the scarf.
Loop it around your neck:
5. The Pretzel
If you wanna wear something stylish, then don’t miss this.
Fold your scarf in half
Drape around neck with looped end on shoulder.
Pull one side under and loop through.
Pull second side over through loop.
Tighten and fluff it.
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