HOW TO TIE AND WEAR OBLONG SCARVES
Oct 20, · The collection below shows multiple ways to wear a simple big rectangular cashmere or woolly wrap scarf. They can be used as a wrap, or tied as a scarf around the neck. I wear my big scarves in most of these ways, but loop it through, most often using the “euro knot” like the burgundy scarf in the sixth item niceloveme.comted Reading Time: 2 mins. Start with the scarf in a triangle; fold the middle section two more times over itself, so you end up with a long, skinny oblong. Place the scarf around your neck. Tie a knot in one end, then pull the other end through that knot. Adjust the knot to the height you want.
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Our Yorkie Sam also makes himself very comfy arounf in my big scarves. That said, thinner big scarves feel very lightweight and comfortable, and might be just the right level of warmth for your inner thermostat. They are also easier to wear inside a topper, whereas thicker big scarves are best worn over toppers. Here is my current big scarf capsule. I will happily add a couple more because I wear them frequently for four months of the year.
The collection below shows multiple ways to wear a simple big rectangular cashmere or woolly wrap scarf. They can be used as a wrap, or tied as a scarf around the neck. I wear these scarves OVER my toppers. I will be trying a few of the new-to-me ways soon. I love the wcarf of these big scarves.
I have only one very big chunky scarf — a red scarf and I like to wear it in wer euro knot style or as a wrap. Love this look and love the additional warmth of a scarf as cold weather approaches. Amazing how effective it is to wrap your neck as a way of staying warm. There are lots of great videos on YouTube on tying a scarf. Angie, yours is the best that I have csarf yet.
I have a couple that are perfect for this time of year over long cardigans, they provide just enough warmth for mornings on my way to work. I love that cashmere one you posted, looks thin enough to be nice and drapey.
I just use my big scarves as topper substitutes in spring and fall or in the office. These are my favourite type of scarves, and Wrar wear them whenever it is cold enough to wrap up. I only have three what does aesthetic needs mean the moment, and would love to add a few more. A patterned one would be fab. Your big scarves collection is amazing, Angie, and I'm still sad about Sylver going out of business.
Those polka dot scarves are just stunning. I too love the Euro knot, and have worn them in several of the ways shown in this post. Always fun to try a "new knot" though, and the video you linked to is so wonderful. Saving it as inspiration. I sear a aroujd of such scarves and enjoy wearing them outdoors in colder sweater, usually tied in an Euro knot.
I do find them indispensable for flights, where they can double as mini-blankets, pillows etc. I recently gave in and purchased a couch throw, though I fear I will now lean into the meme of looking like an ambulatory pile of scarves. I love big scarves! I find them super useful for cold offices or labs because they keep me warm without restricting hand and arm movement.
I love big scarves and they work well with my long neck. I love this look and especially love the look of the scarf in picture 3. I have to be careful with this look because I have a shorter neck and a larger bust, so too much bulk in the neck qround chest area is not a flattering look for me. To get a similar vibe I opt for a very long chunky knit oblong scarf that I can wrap around my neck but then it hangs down to help lengthen my torso and draw attention downward.
Love wearing a big scarf. I have several and am realizing I need to be more adventurous in styling them. Also will order a new one in the the wine color form Macys as they are on sale yippee. Off to order and practice!
What a beautiful scarf collection you have, Angie! And thank you for the video — I usually just wrap my scarf around my head and call it good. Now, I can look a bit more styled! I like the big long s raves in the tying video and a big square scarf and easily be folded into a long one.
I have one large scarf from a NAS a few years ago that is an infinity scarf. It can be the most difficult to work with. Thank you for aroynd ideas! I like scarves these days never used yyour like them, go figureand am always neckk for ways to tie or wrap them. I like the big thin scarves for travel and always have a couple biy inexpensive ones folded up ready to tuck in my travel tote. I am otherwise a scarf fail, I buy them and then can seldom get them to drape artfully. I love scarves, but rarely wear mine.
I have a few favorites. I really should wear them more because it gets pretty cold here, and I am always desperate to keep my Neck and chest area warm. I need to check out the video Thanks Angie! I went off big scarves when I discovered that a silk scarf under a winter coat was surprisingly warm, and soft against my skin.
Also, no more snagging the back of my stud earrings. I could be tempted by some nsck the cashmere and alpaca offerings though! Like Carla, I usually wear a silk or soft cotton scarf tucked inside my winter coat. But, part of the reason is because I do not know how to wrangle big scarves.
Thanks so much for the great svarf, Angie. Moving to a new climate is so discombobulating! The best thing about fall and winter is being able to wear scarves again! Thanks for the video link.
I will check it out. I love your scarf what is a wet and reckless I have a lot of scarves and I love te wear them. They give instant warmth and I like the look. I like scarves from wool or a wexr of wool in it. I love a good big scarf and have many. One of these years I may pull the trigger. Can I scaff this opportunity to bring up a foible of mine when wearing big scarves closely around my neck?
I go out of my mind when the scarf causes the hair at the back of my neck and head to flip up and stick out. I love scarves in winter. Because my hair is so short, my neck gets really cold.
I have a crazy number of scarves. I had a blanket scarf that was so big and thick that I had to donate it. I dear like I was drowning in it. I love big scarves but not too thick or chunky. My favorites are large but weaar and not slippery so they stay in place. Bijou and Nemosmom, HAH. Inge, sad about our favourite scarf store Sylver. Tanya, YES to the fabness of big cashmere scarves for long flights.
Zcarf blankie. LOVE travel wraps. RunCarla, earrings. Who else has earring challenges with scarves? My big scarf what program will open a mpp file the bottom back of my hair, and I have a very long necl. My hair seems to stay aruond. I love big scarves, have a lot of them, and wear them over ykur all winter. I use the euro knot or just drape the scarf around my neck yoir the ends hanging down or tuck the ends through the circle around my neck and pull them through—whatever is appropriate for my mood and the weather.
My favorite scarves are lightweight wool ones. I wear big scarves in cold weather, too.
HOW TO WEAR LARGE SCARF
Scarf wrapped once or twice around the neck; Wrap your scarf once or - for a fluffier result and shorter tails - twice around your neck. Tie with a simple front knot. Scarf wrapped once around the neck with the ends dangling in the back; Drape you scarf around your neck starting from the back. Then bring the two ends from the front to the back. How to Wear the Infinity Scarf Fold the scarf in half diagonally to make a triangle and lightly twist the length of the fabric. Wrap the scarf around and around your neck until there’s just enough fabric left to tie a knot at the front. Tuck the knot under the scarf to complete the infinite niceloveme.comted Reading Time: 2 mins. Wrap the scarf twice around the neck leaving the knotted end free downwards. Bring the loose end of the scarf through the scarf. Now fit the scarf around neck as per your convenience. 5. Braid Scarf Knot. Fold the scarf exactly from the middle. Wear the folded scarf around the neck with the loose ends comparably longer than the folded end.
A major highlight of breaking out our winter wardrobe is the opportunity for lots of layering. And the cherry on that layer cake? The oversized scarf. Need some assistance with all that fabric? There you have it, 6 ways to tie large scarves.
How to Wear the Infinity Scarf. Fold the scarf in half diagonally to make a triangle and lightly twist the length of the fabric. Tuck the knot under the scarf to complete the infinite look.
How to Wear the Low Knot Scarf. Hang your scarf over your shoulders, with one side slightly longer than the other. Draw the longer end in front of the other side, loop behind and pull back through the centre of the scarf to the front and create a loose, low knot.
How to Wear the Loose Wrap Scarf. Place your scarf over the back of your neck and loop round once, so that each end is hanging evenly over the front of your shoulders. How to Wear the Simple Loop Scarf. Roll the scarf along one edge into a long rope shape and fold in half. Place the folded scarf around the back of your neck, twist once and pull the hanging ends through the loop on one side.
How to Wear the Cowl Scarf. Place your scarf at the back of your neck so that one end sits on your shoulder at a shorter length than the other. Loosely wrap the long end around your neck and tuck in the loose ends at the back. How to Wear the Shoulder Wrap Scarf. Hang your scarf on one shoulder so it sits just below your waist line. Take the longer side and wrap this loosely around your other shoulder and to the back.
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