No matter what your go-to style is, a scarf can make it ten times better. Whether you are dressing up for work or just a casual outing, a scarf can make you look great and glamorous. Moreover, you can adjust your scarf on jeans, shorts, skirt or formal attire even. There are endless ways to wear a scarf; here are some great ways you can try and impress your friends and family.

Different types of Knots

If you are looking to wear your scarf around your neck then done do it the old, boring way. Try new kinds of knots such as French knot or knotted lace. These look great and stylish. You can dress up your formal attire and add color to it with the help of a silk scarf and stylish knots.


Fashion needs creativity, and if you have a creative mind when it comes to fashion, then you can ace at making anything stylish. A tartan scarf can be made into a stylish poncho with the help of a belt. The style is so basic that you don’t need any skills at all. Drape the blanket scarf over your shoulders and gather it around the waist and add a belt. You can keep your body warm with this style as well.

Alter it as a Belt

If you have a long white shirt and if you think it looks too pale and boring, then add a colorful scarf around your waist as a belt. This will add a dash of color to your boring white shirt, give it a different look and make you feel confident as well. This also opens a contrasting window to add colorful heels as well.

Use it As a Head Wrap

With the sun blazing over your head all day long, you need something to keep your head from getting too hot. A colorful Africa scarf in turban wrap will look great with any casual outfit. There are countless DIY videos online that teach you how to do a head wrap with perfection. This will not only give you shade and protection from the blazing sun as well as make you look very stylish.

Scarfs like many accessories are timeless. They can be used in many ways; all you need is a bit of creative thinking and inspiration to use your scarf in a versatile way.

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