Long scarves tend to be easy to wear and style, but the smaller, square ones can be trickier, so I thought I would share with you just a few ways to wear them. And I will do that with the assitance of my new silk scarf which Mr. B bought me for Christmas! He said there was a choice of colours and patterns but thought the safest bet was to go with a black & white stripey design - he knows me well!
The ‘bib’ style also looks good sitting in the V of a jacket or denim shirt.
I love the choker style and by wearing a scarf this way, it can be more stylish than some of the teenage offerings that are big news at the moment.
The Side Knot
The Long And The Short Of It
Long scarves, as I said, are easier to wear and you can literally throw them on and not even bother tying them if you don’t want to.
I remember wearing long scarves when I was first pregnant – they cleverly hid that in-between stage where you don’t really look pregnant but definitely look like you've been on the pies!
Long scarves are also great for adding a bit length to your body as they keep the eye moving up and down.
I Just want to show you a simple trick to make your long scarves longer and potentially more flattering....
So, hold your scarf by one corner and then put it on in exactly the same way as above - it’s longer and it also creates a nice waterfall effect rather than a horizontal break.