It’s time to get those fashion scarves out of the back of your closet, and it doesn’t hurt to get new ones this season! Fashion scarves are fun for fall and winter to add a little pizazz to your outfit while keeping you cozy and warm. They come in all shapes, sizes, colors, patterns and materials. Plus, it’s an easy way to stand out and show your personality.
Scarves aren’t can be found at most clothing stores and at reasonable prices ranging from $9 to $13, they are a relatively simple addition you make to your wardrobe without breaking the bank!
We wanted to capture different styles to show all of the options and ways to wear your scarf as we plunge head first into colder weather. If you already have some of your own, we encourage you to change it up and get a different kind. Maybe we will even show you a new way to wear your old scarves!
The first option is a circle scarf.
The scarf is already sewn shut to form a circle, making it easy to wear and style because all you need to do is put it around your neck and then wrap it around one more time – kind of like making a pony tail.
This next scarf is more of a general style from Maurices’s.
We styled it two different ways. The first is by tying it into a knot arranging it to lie around your chest, right above your stomach.
Another option is to wrap it around your neck and let the ends flow at the sides.
The third style is the square look. We used two different square scarves that were different weights.
This scarf with the skulls is fairly lightweight, so it’s perfect for warmer days when a thicker, heavier material might be too much.
In comparison, this next black and white scarf is a heavier material and is more suitable for a colder day.
You might not be quite sure how to fold a square scarf, but don’t worry! We do! First, fold your scarf in half to make a triangle.
Then take the ends and tie it once behind your neck, like tying shoes. But do not make a knot!
Tuck in the ends to produce a clean and stylish look!
While scarves are great accessories for the colder months, don’t forget that your smile is the best addition you can wear year round!
- Rachel Marshall and Jordan Storrer