10 Glamorous Ways to Wear a Scarf

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So it’s officially autumn! September 21st (yesterday) marked the official first day of autumn and whilst the temperature is still warm and the sun is still shinning, it won’t be long now until hats, gloves and scarves are needed. Therefore I’ve decided to show you 10 glamorous ways to wear your scarf this autumn.

The Granddad Loop 

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This is probably one of the most common ways people like to throw on a scarf. Double your scarf and loop it around your neck once. Place the end of your scarf through the loop. This loop always looks smart and elegant especially when it’s tucked into a jacket or blazer.

The Single Loop

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Another common way people like to wear scarves, loop it once around your neck and your good to go.

The Double Loop

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Similar to the single loop, instead you tuck each side of the remaining material underneath the loop creating this lovely structured effect.

The Throw Back

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This is more of a statement look, loop the scarf half way around your neck and let the remaining material naturally fall behind your shoulder.

The Accordion

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This will add a little glamour to any outfit; tightly loop the scarf around your neck until there’s only a small amount of material remaining. Lift one end of the remaining material up and tuck it firmly into the loop.

The Wrap

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You will need a large square shape scarf for this one. Fold it into a triangle and wrap it tightly around your shoulders until your all snuggly. Perfect for evenings out.

The Triangle Loop

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Personally one of my favourite ways to wear any scarf. Again you need a square shaped scarf for this one, fold into a triangle, ensure the tip of the triangle is at the front and loop the scarf once around your neck.

The Shawl

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A simple and classic way to wear any scarf. Simply fold your scarf into a triangle and drape it along both shoulders until each tip is pointing downwards.

The Double Knot

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This look is very feminine and classy. Tie a knot at the end of your scarf, loop it around your neck once fairly tightly and loop it once more fairly loosely. This creates a pretty layered effect.

The Plait

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The most intricate and structured look so far. Loop the scarf around your neck once, bring the left side of your scarf underneath the loop and place the right side of your scarf through the left side. Similar to tying a shoelace and gives a lovely plaited effect.

I hope this has given you some ideas and you are now ready for autumn!

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  • http://anikamiller.blogspot.co.uk Anika Miller

    Love all the different methods – great post!

    ANIKA
    MILLER // UK FASHION AND STYLE BLOG

    • http://www.duchessoffashion.co.uk DuchessOfFashion

      Thanks Anika! 🙂

  • Rita Sousa

    This was actually really helpfull!!Love the post!I usually just do the double knot 😉

    Xoxo
    dogma96.blogspot.pt

    • http://www.duchessoffashion.co.uk DuchessOfFashion

      I bet the double knot looks really chic on you Rita. 🙂