Five Different Ways To Wear Silk Scarves

  • Scarves Provide Fashion Options

  • There are so many ways to add scarves to your wardrobe to make it look plentiful. This creates the illusion of an endless closet and allows you to wear the same outfit many times. The silk bandanna will update the look of the outfit in a way that no one will guess it is being worn repeatedly. Such is the beauty of a scarf that it can be worn in so many different ways to change the look of the same old outfit.

  • Five Unique Ways of Wearing Silk Scarves

  • Square Knot: To tie a square knot with a scarf you will naturally need a large square silk kerchief, fold it into a triangle by bringing two corners together and throw it around your neck letting two ends hang in front. Then take one end and pass it over and behind the other. Pull it through from the loop thus formed near the neck and tighten into a knot. This can be worn back, side, or in front of the neck.

    Hacking Knot: You will need an oblong scarf to tie such a knot, fold the scarf in half lengthwise. Drape it around your neck with the two loose ends hanging on one side and the loop on the other, and then pull the loose ends through the loop and tighten. This can be used on cold days and goes well with a coat or sweater. This style gives the wearer a slim look.

    Neckerchief: Fold a small square silk scarf on the bias, and then wrap it around your neck. Tie the ends of the scarf in a knot. You can wear this style with a blouse, a V-neck sweater, or a round neck blouse that gives the person a sporty look.

    Wrap: Place an oblong or oversized square silk kerchief around your shoulders. Throw back one end of the kerchief over the opposite shoulder or place the front ends over each other. This style gives the wearer a very sophisticated look. This style goes well with a smart dress or a turtle-neck shirt. It can also be worn just like a simple shawl.

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