Winter outerwear can get boring, wearing the same coat, hat and scarf, in the same way, every day. So here are 5 easy ways to wear a scarf to shake things up a bit.
F.Y.I. I'm not sure if there are names for the following ways of wearing a scarf, so I've just come up with my own.
1. The One Shoulder
The easiest way to wear a scarf as demonstrated by Rachel Iwanyszyn is to drape one side of the scarf over the opposite shoulder.
This one is best for days when there's no wind as it's highly likely your scarf will fly all over the place if you wear it like this on a windy day.
You also don't want to be walking down the street and hitting people with your scarf as you walk by!
2. The Loop
This style is good for windy days. Simply half the length of your scarf by grabbing both ends in one hand and place around your neck.
Then take both ends of the scarf and pull it through the loop you've created on the other side.
This is my personal favourite way to wear a scarf as it ensures your neck and chest area stay nice and warm which is important for avoiding colds and dry throats.
3. The Wrap Around
A very self-explanatory style is 'the wrap-around' which is demonstrated by Grace Denny.
This style would be suitable for chilly rather than cold days due to the way the scarf drapes loosely around the neck.
However, if you layer it with a chunky knit and a nice coat it's the perfect final piece to a warm and cosy winter outfit.
4. The Wrap Around Knot
Why not go one step further with the 'wrap-around' style and tie both ends of the scarf together.
This creates a cold-weather appropriate style that would be great to wear with a warm winter coat for those frosty morning journeys to work.
5. The knot/fake infinity scarf
You don't have to spend money buying yourself an infinity scarf, all you have to do is tie a knot between both ends of your scarf and you have your own DIY version.
This works best on long scarves and can be great for the coldest winter days as you can keep your neck super warm as Noelle Downing demonstrates.
What's your favourite way to wear a scarf?