5 Ways To Tie A Neck Scarf by BrandsExclusive

Who knew there were so many ways to tie a scarf? Say hello to your chicest new accessory.

1. Around your neck
Sounds pretty obvious right? Add the perfect pop of colour to even the plainest of ensembles with a colourful silk style. Accelerate your street cred by tying it backwards, letting the long ends hang down your back.

Silk scarfs and shiny things.. ✨

A post shared by BASE COLOUR | Holly Titheridge (@_hollyt) on Mar 17, 2017 at 1:40pm PDT


2. As a headband
Channel your inner Lauren Conrad circa 2011 with your favourite scarf wrapped as a headband. Not only is it très chic, it has the added bonus of disguising any pesky regrowth! Win, win.

3. Around your bag
A #streetstyle favourite for fashion bloggers, the latest trend when it comes to neck scarves has nothing to do with your neck at all. Take you handbag game up a level by tying your scarf around the handle.

That's the dream wedding venue booked. Now off for afternoon tea 💍 #TheBridalEdit

A post shared by Lydia (@lydiaemillen) on Mar 19, 2017 at 6:45am PDT


4. As a belt
Need to define your waist? Say no more. Take that cute silk scarf and wrap it around your waist. It will add some serious definition to your figure, and a pop of colour to your outfit.

5. Around your ankle and wrist
The latest trend to hit the fashion world by storm – scarves wrapped around ankles and wrists. The perfect alternative to a bangle or anklet, pair it with a simple ensemble like jeans and a plain tee, to elevate your street style.

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Author: Connor Renwick

I'm a store mad guy who loves sharing the best and quirkiest shopping experiences around. I live for designer fashion, Versace, high end furniture, jewellery and travel.

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