Spring Scarf Style

Looking for an easy, affordable way to spruce up your wardrobe? Breathe new life into your scarves by trying a different twist, fold, braid, knot, or tie. From beach-ready cover-ups to adding oomph to workday wear, we’ve got how to tie a scarf covered.

 

We’re all knotted up (in a good way). Change you look in more ways than we can count by trying a new twist on our scarves. Any of these styles work on most all of our scarves. Mix and match your scarf twists into something that creates a perfect look for you!

 

 

The Looped Wrap: a modern take on an old classic. We’ve created a lop-sided loop look with our Hara Scarf. To create this look, place the scarf around your neck, leaving one side be significantly longer than the other. Wrap to desired tightness until you’ve run out of scarf.

 

 

 

The Side Fringe Knot: one step beyond the looped wrap. To get this style, place our Tana Scarf around your neck, leaving one side significantly longer than the other. Start knotting the ends until you’ve run out of scarf.

 

 

 

The Twisted Double Wrap: works best with a large scarf or shawl. Our Ombre Scarf is a great choice for this style. To begin, place scarf around the neck and twist one side fairly tight. Take the other, non-twisted side and wrap around the neck until you’ve run out of scarf. Knot the end to the body of the scarf to hold in place.

 

 

 

The Beauty Bow: a simple knot with a big statement. This style works best with lightweight fabric, like our Nila Scarf. To create this look, place the scarf around your neck, making sure each end is the same length. Tie a typical bow, as you would tie on your shoe.

 

 

The Layered Loop: perfect for a blustery Spring day. A great choice for a scarf with detailed end decorations, like our Poma Scarf. To get this style, place your scarf around your neck, leaving one end very short with no room left to wrap. Wrap the long end of the scarf around your neck to desired tightness, then tuck the loose end into a fold to hold in place.

 

 

 

The Double Knot Shrug: an unexpected look with our Lala Scarf. Take your scarf style to the next level by thinking outside the neck area. To begin, place scarf around your neck, making sure each end is the same length. Tie a typical knot at the same height on both sides, then secure in the back with a bow or knot of your choice.

 

Are you ready to wrap up your spring look with Fair Trade style. How do you tie your Spring scarves? Take a look at our selection of scarves, available in your favorite colors, styles, and weights.

 

March 05, 2015 by Mandy Nagel

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