A scarf, also known as muffler or neck-wrap, is a piece of fabric worn around the neck. It can be made of different materials such as woollen, cotton, silk, chiffon or knitted. Scarves look very stylish and add a new dimension to your outfit. Not only it provides comfort to the neck and shoulders but also adds an extra design feature to the dress.
Different colours, design, patterns of the scarves make them a lot more attractive to wear. Scarf with check prints, a stripe pattern or with polka dots gives charming appeal. A warm stole made of silk, wool or knitted is an ideal choice to cover your neck in the winter season. A stole under your jacket or blazer makes you look covered, warm and stylish. Branded scarves from Mango, Zara, H&M, We are trending these days. They go well with shirts, t-shirts, tops, sweatshirt and even knee length dresses.
Scarves are draped on the neck and shoulder are usually knotted in front giving a sophisticated appearance. Using a contrast colour stole changes the monochrome look of the dress to a vibrant one. Scarves are popularly seen in the international fashion shows, and they have achieved a niche segment. Right from Hollywood to Bollywood all the models carry scarves on the ramp.
Earlier in India, woven silk and cashmere shawls were the first fashionable scarf’s style, but with modern times a lot has been added to the segment. There are different styles to tie the scarves, and every form provides a new fashion feature. The wraps can be worn to hide the complete neck or over the shoulders or to cover the deep neckline/cleavage.
Slim look – Just take the scarves and make it triangle evenly hanging on both the shoulders till the waistline. They will provide slim and stylish look.
Bow Style- Making a bow with the scarf especially using a contrast colour
Muffler Style – only wrapping around your neck with two folds
Bunny Style – Fold the scarf diagonally in half to form a triangle and wrap it twice around your neck. Tie the two loose ends together in a knot, creating the bunny ears at the bottom.
Twisting – Hang the scarf around your neck leaving one end shorter than the other. Hold the short end firmly in one hand then start twisting the long end, wrapping it around your neck as you turn.
There are different ways available online to wrap your scarf according to your attire for the right look. Just a little twist and a new style!!
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