Winter Fashion: How To Tie and Wear a Scarf
Get must-have fashion tips for every season. Whether it's 100 degrees or -10 degrees, the one clothing staple that I always have on hand is a scarf. During these chilly winter months, you will find that wearing a scarf not only keeps you warm and cozy, but it can also add a pop of color. Plus, a scarf alone is a built-in layer to your already existing wardrobe.
Scarves can range in thickness and always add a nice, textured element to any outfit. Not only do scarves differ in thickness, they also vary in material, size, design, and color. To me, a scarf can be paired with any outfit. However, it's important to buy scarves that can be staples in your wardrobe. In order for that to happen, you have to make sure that they match, complement, or enhance the other colors that are prominent in your closet.
Pair a scarf with a sweater, leggings and boots, or throw on your favorite skinny jeans, a few layered shirts, boots, and finish the look with your favorite scarf. Whatever you decide to wear, the scarf is bound to enhance and polish the look. My favorite way to wear a scarf is to pair it with skinny jeans, boots, a neutral top, necklace, and a scarf that is tied as a European Loop (as shown in the video below).
From functional to fabulous, scarf tying can be an art form since they are so versatile. The way you tie a scarf can make all the difference in the way you look and feel. The creativity of scarf tying is endless. With a scarf in your hand, knowing how to tie one can seem a little daunting at first. Here are some great tying techniques to help get the creative juices flowing. This woman shares 25 ways to wear a scarf in less than five minutes.
What is your favorite fashion accessory?
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Jen Tilley has an insatiable appetite for all things related to baking and cooking. She is the author, photographer and recipe developer on How To: Simplify, a blog that shares tips, tricks and recipes to simplify life in the kitchen. She enjoys sharing recipes that require very few ingredients and only a small amount of prep and cook time, all of which make time spent in the kitchen simple and enjoyable. Find her online at How To: Simplify, @HowToSimplify, and Jen Tilley Photography.
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