There are a lot of different ways to wear your scarf around your neck, sure. But what if I told you that you can incorporate it into your look more than successfully by simply rocking one in your hair?
A good scarf can do wonders for your overall appearance, making you look more casual, laid-back, and simply more youthful. I’m here today to give you a couple of quick tutorials on how to tie a scarf without making a too big of a fuss about the whole matter. So, if I managed to spark some of your interest, feel free to stick around and read what I have to say.
We won’t be loosing much time on idle chit-chat here; time is money so we won’t be loosing any. Let’s get straight down to business.
Scarf wearing tutorials
For my nest trick I’m going to need assistance. I’m just kidding; let’s get down to our first tutorial.
It all begins by folding your scarf by its length, so you’ll have it about 3 inches wide. There are numbers of ways we can proceed from here, but we’ll try to keep it simple since this is just the beginning after all. Just tie your scarf around you head and there is your first look. Just be sure that the knot is positioned on the back and not on the side. We’re going for that Esmeralda look here, not the karate kid. Hat would be the simplest way to incorporate a scarf into your daily outlook. It’s very casual, and it gives off the feeling that you don’t have a single worry in the world. We’ll go to some more complicated looks from here on out.
Be sure to get a scarf that is large enough to cover your entire head. Stretch it around, and bring both of the ends to the back of your head. I think you’re probably already guessing where we are going with this. Just tie off the ends in a comfortable but firm fashion and you’re good to go. There is one thing I should mention here though. Now you don’t want to be walking around looking like a pirate of the Caribbean right? So, there is a simple trick for avoiding that piraty look altogether. The only thing you’ll have to pay attention to is where the knot of your scarf lies. If it’s on the back of your head, then you got yourself a pirate look all the way. The trick is to let it fall on you neck and be angled enough to give you that “chick with the pirate bandana” look. Your neck’s nape is the know sweet spot. Ha, that even rimes, so it’ll be that much easier to remember.
The third tutorial will require you to get your scarf through an elastic band of some sort. The band should preferably be clear or in the color of the scarf itself, but clear is the best way to go. Get the band to the middle point of the scarf and we can move on. Now the ends of your scarf should be spread before you wrap it around your head, strictly following your hairline. All that is left to do now is tie it securely at the very back of your head and there is your exotic look for you. To add a bit more pizzazz to the overall look, you should just let one end of the scarf rest casually on one of your shoulders.
Those would be my few simple suggestions for a great ways to use your scarf. Enjoy.