How to wear a scarf in the winter?

A scarf in the winter not old-fashioned, and a very hot trend! Given the diverse range of scarves, shawls and stoles, which can be used as a headdress, you can create with them beautiful images to outerwear in different styles! And shawls for the winter can be the ideal option for those who constantly feel cold even in hats because the scarf made of natural material is very warm and can completely cover the ears, neck and part of my cheeks. How to tie a shawl in different ways, will tell

How to wear a scarf petite?

In General, small shawls are rarely warm enough, they are most often made from artificial or natural silk – so winter can not be named.

However, they can be very useful in the thaw, or for those women who do not like to wear hats – for example, traveling in a car. Using a small handkerchief to cover your ears from the wind or away from bangs.

The classic way to tie a scarf – like bandana.

Fold the scarf several times diagonally, and tie it around the head – you can do it on top of the hair (more informal, chepovskii option) or tie the ends of the handkerchief under the hair (a scarf will look like a bandage on the hair and cover the ears). Trendy option is to tie the ends in front, slightly sliding the scarf-bandanna back from the forehead. Bandana is good with any hairstyles, high beams or high pony tail.

In General, rolled into a bundle of thin scarf – the perfect accessory for the hair: they can wrap a bundle or the base of a high ponytail, using a headband, you can do your hair with the roller on the neck, and the owners of long hair can try to weave a scarf in a braid!

If you want to cover the top, it is better to choose a way to tie the scarf ends back, folded pre-triangle.

How to tie a big scarf in the winter?

A scarf, shawl or almost square stole is a very good accessory for the winter! Woolen shawls, cashmere or pashmina is wonderful warm in the cold!

The warmest way to tie a scarf in the winter (the most traditional) is to fold the triangle over the head with the ends forward. It is possible to tie under the chin, “Alyonushka”, and you can wrap the ends of the scarf again around the neck, leaving them behind (half turn) or tying in the front.

A big scarf can be tied like this: to put over my head tips back, tips to roll the plaits and wrap them around the head – something like “the crown“. Option – spin from both ends of a single harness and make it something like “beam” on the back of the head.

Scarf slides – how to fix?

There is often a problem – a scarf in the winter from the wind or movement begins to slip (this often happens with silk or viscose fabrics).

How to fix a scarf? The decision – of the pins. You can use a normal discreet safety pins to secure them to the problem areas of the design.

But you can make a beautiful brooch – a brooch, you can chop off the scarf instead of tying knots: on the front under the chin and on the back of the head. To hair (preferred in the area of the temples) a scarf can be attached with Bobby pins.

What outerwear will fit a scarf?

Depending on the design and colour of the scarf, it can give the image of ethnic flavor (for example, if it is a traditional Pavlovo Posad shawl), style hippie or boho (with ethnic motifs of different peoples, floral prints, etc.) or will add sophistication and elegance (plain or with a smooth color transition, noble colours and prints, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Chanel, etc.).

Scarves will suit to any coat – if the coat surround the collar, the ends of the shawl can be released to the outside over your coat.

Also it is a perfect combination of a fur coat, a sheepskin coat and a sheepskin coat or leather jacket – beautiful texture and interesting draping of the neckerchief is a wonderful complement to the fur or skin!

But with jackets shawls combined not always – check the possible options at home and will know whether to wear a scarf in the winter with down jackets in your case!

Author – Dasha Blinova, site

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