How to wear a winter scraf ?

As the temperature drops, you may remember that you still have a few scarves in your closet to keep you warm. However, a winter scarf isn’t just about keeping warm,Scarves are an accessory to play around with just like earing and necklace combinations.

They can upgrade your look just like going from sneakers to heels with jeans can. At the same time, different ways to tie your scarf also allow you to show off different styles. Experiment with different styles for your winter scarf, there are endless variations when it comes to this versatile accessory.
Well, do you know how to tie a scarf?

Here,we asked our friends for their favorite methods and came up with 10 different scarf tying ideas you can try.

5 ways to tie a scarf for women

Stylish Ways to Wear a Scarf in winter

The blanket scarf is one of my favorite scarves, and I really like the shawl belt, and also, this way, you can wrap the scarf around your whole body, which is like a coat, which makes you look very fashionable.

The Flyaway Vest

A scarf doesn’t always have to go around your neck. Get more use out of your favorite scarf by creating a flyaway vest! This look can be created with an oblong scarf. We used our Looks Collections Plaid Blanket Scarf that is available in multiple colors.

The Hourglass

This look is super-fast, super-easy and a great way to accentuate your figure! To create this look, we used the Reversible Nordic Print Wool Scarf.

The Lazy Girl

The Lazy Girl style is perfect for a day when you are short on time but still want to pull off a stylish look. We used Two-Toned Check Oblong Scarf that is available in a variety of colors.

The Knot

This style puts a creative twist on a traditional way to wear a scarf. It is a great way to add some style to a simple outfit. Here we used the Two-Toned Check Oblong Scarf that is available in a variety of colors.

5 ways to tie a scarf for men

The Wrap Around

The Wrap Around is about the simplest way to wear a scarf. You likely see men wearing scarves like this in less chilly temperatures. It works with big thick scarves in the winter as well as lighter ones in the summer.

To achieve this look, you just need to wrap your scarf around your neck a couple of times. The idea is to make sure the bulk is evenly dispersed so that you don’t look like you’ve wrapped a towel around your neck. Unless that’s your thing, then by all means, do it.

The Minimalist

The Minimalist is both the easiest and chicest way to wear a scarf. However, it’s not the warmest. You literally just let it hang there and look good. This also means that you should really consider the scarf you’re wearing and how you’re wearing it.

Try an entirely monochromatic look, all black or that heather grey that’s super big this season. Then top it off with a brightly colored, jewel-toned scarf. This will give depth to your look without making you seem like you’re trying too hard.

The Gentlemen’s Knot

This tried and true method of wearing a scarf is perhaps the best way to bundle up when it’s cold outside. To nail The Gentlemen’s Knot, fold your scarf in half and hang it around your neck. Then, loop the loose end through the folded side and tuck that into your jacket. This works with pretty much any kind of scarf that can be folded and is always a chic way to stay warm.

The Executive

The Executive is pretty simple. You literally fold your scarf in front of your chest like an ascot. This could be kind of douchey except you will never wear it without your coat like the doofus pictured above. That said, the way it falls flat in front gives a nice dimension when worn with a winter coat or a blazer. Making you appear like a man about town when you smoked resin just before leaving the house.

The Basic

Basic bros have a flair for pulling off the simplest looks in a way that seems extravagant. Which is why we call this look The Basic. Basically, all you have to do to make it work is tuck it into your coat like it’s a flamboyant collar. However, the basic bro knows that the trick to being basic is not really trying at all.

Trends come and go, but staying toasty will forever remain in fashion. As the air cools and the temperature drops, it’s essential to keep warm and snug. From an overcoat to thick, woolly socks, you have to protect yourself from the elements during colder seasons.

For everyone, there are many ways of tying an outfit together, and this accessory is the perfect way to complete it. From a casual night to a formal event, Above are some Suggestions on how to make a perfect winter scarf , I hope they can help you.

During the colder months of the year, when most of our wardrobes are about as colourful as a lump of charcoal, scarves offer a way to introduce a brighter shade, a different texture or a contrasting pattern. Even the way a scarf is tied can open up a world of possibilities in terms of experimentation.