“Scarves, scarves, everywhere, so many styles, which to wear?”
Nowadays people like to experiment with different styles and give their everyday outfits a fashionable edge. When you have a versatile clothing accessory like a scarf, playing around with various styles becomes so much more fun. Whether it’s a silk scarf, a woolen scarf, or a satin scarf, the styling options are endless!
Not to mention, the versatility of scarves makes them perfect for both casual and formal outfits. A simple cotton scarf can go a long way in jazzing up your daily casual wear. On the other hand, a stunning cashmere wrap is all it takes to add a classy touch to your formal outfit. Wear your favourite designer scarf as a neck wrap or a stole and embrace your inner fashionista.
In our previous blog, we highlighted 5 easy ways to style your scarf. But since there are so many cool and gorgeous scarf styling options out there, we thought why not explore some more? Thus, we’re back with our second instalment of trendy scarf styles, featuring 5 more styling options to blow your mind. You may call it version 2.0 of styling scarves. So, let’s take a look at these brand-new styles!
5 Easy Ways To Style A Scarf Version 2.0
- A Classic Loose Single Knot
A designer scarf wrapped around the neck is the most common way to style a scarf for a fresh new winter look. But whether you are using a woolen scarf or a cashmere scarf, there are so many ways to wear it around the neck - single knot, double knot, or crawl neck styles.
Today, we bring you a new style of wearing your favourite scarf in a classic loose single knot. First, fold the scarf lengthwise and wrap it around your neck by putting one end below the other.
Now, pull out a portion of the loop to make a gap and thread the loose end through it to make a loose single knot.
Finally, drape the knotted scarf end over your shoulder, keeping the other end at the front, and be an iconic fashion trendsetter!
This scarf style is quite versatile and looks well with both casual and formal attire. If you want to keep your outfit chic and sharp for a fresh and bright winter look, you can pair our pleated hi-fashion yellow stole with a neutral-coloured cardigan. Don’t shy away from setting a new fashion statement by reinventing and personalising the classic single-knot scarf style.
- A Trendy Sleeveless Shrug
A shrug goes a long way in jazzing up your plain everyday attire. From a boho-chic look to a sharp formal look - one shrug can do it all. So, we thought why not style a long scarf like a shrug for a trendy new look that’s bound to be a head-turner?
Here’s how you can wear a humble scarf like a fashionable sleeveless shrug. Take one end of a woolen scarf and fold it to form a sleeve-like gaping hole.
Use a rubber band to tightly tie together the folded ends to maintain the gap. Follow the same process to make a second sleeve-like gap on the other end of the scarf.
Next, carefully throw the scarf over your shoulders like a shrug by putting your hands through the sleeve-like holes.
Wear the sleeveless DIY scarf shrug as part of your regular casual wear to create a unique and trendy look.
If you are going for a casual, boho look, our blue floral printed woolen scarf can be a perfect pick for this scarf style. Pair the woolen scarf with an evening dress to create a refreshing look for a special occasion.
- A DIY Cloak Jacket
A cloak jacket is a perfect blend of vintage and contemporary winter fashionwear. But, who needs to go through the trouble of buying a brand-new cloak jacket when you can easily style a DIY cloak jacket with a blanket scarf?
To start creating your DIY cloak jacket, take a satin scarf or stole and fold it lengthwise before wrapping it around your neck. Then, adjust the scarf so it has the same length on both sides as its loose ends hang at the front.
Now, hold the scarf near the top from both sides and tie the scarf together at the front using a rubber band like a jacket button.
Finally, adjust the rest of the scarf over your shoulders to wear it like a vintage cloak jacket and beat the chilly winter in style!
You can check out our red scarlet fluted stole to create a trendy and vibrant cloak jacket. Pair with a plain white t-shirt for a chic and unique look.
- A Chic Scarf Hoodie
Nothing can beat the vintage fashion quotient of a scarf hoodie and its classy charm. That’s why we decided to play around with a stole scarf and style it like a scarf hoodie.
Take a satin or silk scarf and wear it around your neck and tie it in a single knot at the front.
Next, hold up the scarf ends from both sides and tie them together in a small tight knot.
Tying the scarf ends in a knot will allow you to wear it around your neck and drape it over your back and shoulders.
Lastly, reach out at the back of your neck and put on the hoodie for a chic and classy look.
Our Fuschia boho printed scarf can be an ideal choice for a scarf hoodie to add a touch of charm and elegance to your everyday casual wear.
- A Modern Scarf Jacket
A modern jacket is all you need for a smart and sharp winter look. But, what if we say you can create the same attractive winter look using your favourite woolen or plaid scarf? A DIY scarf jacket is quite the fashion trend nowadays and this scarf style is also quite straightforward.
Pick your favourite knitted winter scarf and wrap it around your torso, securing it in place with a rubber band.
Now, take the lower ends of the scarf and tie them together with another rubber band.
Then, carefully lift the tied-up lower part of your scarf over your head and place it around your neck. Adjust the scarf, so it covers your shoulders and back like a jacket.
Next, take a small portion of the scarf from both sides at the front and tie them together with a rubber band to resemble a jacket button.
Repeat this final step as many times as you want to close the scarf at the front and make it look like a modern and trendy buttoned-up jacket.
If you want a sharp and classy look that’ll go well with your formal attire, check out our green pleated heat-pressed scarf. You can pair it with any light-coloured outfit and create a chic winter look that’ll surely be the talk of the town. Let your inner fashionista have some fun with these stunning and trendy scarf styles!