Believe it or not, Google revealed that the top searched fashion question this past year was, “how to wear a scarf.” Some of you may be snickering at the fact that anyone would be so curious about how to properly wear a scarf with its simplicity, but according to Google, many scarf-wearers want to make sure they’re mastering the trend.
While it seems a little silly that scarves would present any kind of sartorial challenge, most of us will admit that they can definitely be tricky to get just right. Even with the obvious wrap-and-tie approach, there are still ways the look can go wrong. There is no shame in wanting some ideas and common ways to wrap up in beautiful scarf, like the irresistible VèVèlle line, but there is really no “right” way. The beauty in VèVèlle’s scarves outweighs any hesitation with how it should be worn.
VèVèlle’s scarves give you the freedom to create your own look, with their versatility, unique designs, and convenient fabric. I picked eight of my favorite ways to tie these scarves, which I’ve shown below. But always know that no matter how you wrap it, tie it, or hold it, the beauty of VèVèlle will always be there.
“The Single Knot”- Place the scarf around your neck so that both ends are hanging on either side. Bring each end toward each so that they meet in the middle. Next, holding the two ends together like they are one component, tie a knot about midway down the scarf.
“Flowing Tie”- Again, place the scarf around your neck so that both ends are hanging on either side. Cross the ends (midway) and pull one end up and through the large loop between your neck and the place where you crossed the two ends. Adjust accordingly.
“The Woven Knot”- Fold the scarf in half and place around your neck so that the loop is on one side and the two ends are on the other. Put one of the scarf ends through the loop. Then twist that same loop 180 degrees to form another smaller loop. Pull the unused end of the scarf through this new, smaller loop you just created. Adjust to your liking!
“Pull Through”- Again, fold the scarf in half and place around your neck so that the loop is on one side and the two ends are on the other. Take the two scarf ends and pull them through the loop on the opposite side.
“Side Bow”- Very simple and cute. Place the scarf around your neck with both ends hanging on either side. Then tie the two ends together like you’re tying a shoe! You can tie the bow off to one side or in the middle, you pick!
“Swoop Neck”-Place the scarf around your neck so that both ends are hanging on either side. Wrap one end entirely around your neck, tucking the last bit of the end into the wrapped fabric. Leave the other end hanging. Voila!
"The Braid”- With this, use your own judgment when braiding/weaving. While it may look a little complicated, it’s really not. Start by looping it once around your neck with both ends hanging on either side of the loop. Next, twist the loop 180 degrees and put one end over through the loop. Then take the other end and put it underneath the loop, pulling it through. Do this as many times as you’d like. The more times you weave the ends through, the tighter the braid.
“Sarong”- I was thinking of summer when I wore this look! Simply fold the scarf diagonally (corner to corner) around your waist and tie a knot on one of your hips. This look will be more appropriate in the warmer, sunnier days (with a bikini)!
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