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Styling the Silk Scarf

styling the silk scarf

Oh, beautiful Silk Scarf, there are so many ways to wear you! We enlisted the help of Rachel and Kelli – a lovely duo from Product Development – to share a handful of fashionable ways to fix this popular accessory.

twisted bauble

1. Fold the scarf corner to corner into a triangle. Then repeat until you reach the desired width. 2. Place the scarf around your neck with the ends loose and hanging. Cross the ends. 3. Working on one side at a time, twist the material around the material on the opposing side. Repeat on the other side. 4. Tie the ends, on both sides, to complete the look.

put a bow on it

1. Fold the scarf corner to corner into a triangle. Then repeat until you reach the desired width. 2. Wrap the scarf around the handle of your handbag. 3. Tie the scarf into a pretty bow or fashionable knot.

at your own wrist

1. Fold the scarf corner to corner into a triangle. Then repeat until you reach the desired width. 2. Wrap the material around your wrist until the ends meet and then tie a fashionable knot to secure.

fun bun

1. Fold the scarf corner to corner into a triangle. Then repeat until you reach the desired width. 2. Pull hair into a high ponytail. Twist and wrap around the elastic to form a bun. Use bobby pins to secure.  3. Wrap the scarf around the base of the bun. Tie the loose ends into a bow in the back. 4. Tuck in the loose ends, if desired.

neck tie

1. Fold the scarf corner to corner into a triangle. Then repeat until you reach the desired width. 2. Tie a standard double knot halfway between your neck and the ends of the scarf.

knot perfect

1. Tie a standard double knot in the middle of the scarf. 2. Wrap the scarf around the back of your head, under your hair, bringing the loose ends to the front. 3. Tie the loose ends in a double knot behind your head to secure the headband in place. Tuck the loose ends under the scarf to complete the look.

hair flair

1. Fold the scarf corner to corner into a triangle. Then repeat until you reach the desired width. 2. Pull the top half of your hair up and out of the way. Wrap the scarf around your head and tie it underneath your hair behind your head. 3. Leave the ends loose.

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