Given the success of the winter version in which I showed you 12 different ways to wear a blanket scarf, I think it’s right to switch to spring version. Oh yes, because new ideas are urgently needed for this essential accessory that becomes thinner and lighter like a foulard. Of course, in addition to my different ways to wear a scarf, there are endless possibilities, I always show you the ones I personally use the most. So let’s see how to wear a scarf differently than usual.
How to wear a light scarf in spring
Let’s start with a review of the 6 classic and more known ways already seen previously that are good for any type of scarf. Then we pass one by one the new ones more suited to those types of finer scarves like this one I used for today’s tutorial.
In order from left to right. Waterfall, modern style, basic node, bunny ears, European node and the infinite one. (For the tutorial of these 6 I refer you to the previous post about winter scarves.)
To create this knot we start from the modern style, insert one of the two flaps inside the loop around the neck leaving it soft so as to take the other flap and insert it into the second slot formed from the first flap and finally pull. Or start by folding the scarf in half as if to knot the European, insert a single flap inside the central ring that has formed, turn the ring on itself and insert the other flap. Then pull and adjust to taste. I assure you that it is more difficult to explain what to do but the result is beautiful for a refined and refined effect.
It starts from the European knot, you take both the flaps and create an eyelet making them then pass from below to above in the neck and then insert them from above to below in the buttonhole that we have formed at the beginning. It pulls and adjusts to taste. Even here it is easier to do than to say but I think from the photos you understand quite well how to make it.
It can be done in both long and short version, depends on the effect we want to achieve. Wear the scarf in a modern style, take a flap and roll it around one side of the central buttonhole and do the same thing on the other side with the other flap. Finally arrived in the central part with both the flaps are knotted together. You may like it or not, but depending on your look, I guarantee you can give it a nice touch.
Nothing more and nothing less than doing any kind of knot mid-chest leaving it rather soft.
Wear the scarf around your neck, take the ends and make a knot while keeping yourself low.
Double low knot
Wear the scarf around your neck and make a small knot at the end of both ends.
This type I find it very suitable for shorter scarves to wear for example under a sweater with a “V” neckline. Create an elegant and refined effect. To achieve it, just place the scarf around your neck and roll both edges to form a spiral, like a unicorn’s horn, and finally stop it with a knot.
Definitely not suitable for every occasion but it can make an anonymous look a little more original. Just wear the scarf around your neck and make a classic bow.
This is certainly one of the trends that has been popular in recent times. You wear the scarf around your neck and put both flaps under a belt.
Finally, the most popular method this year is to make the scarf look like a choker necklace. To be made by knotting and tightening it tightly around the neck by arranging the free flaps as we prefer.
And now it’s your turn, this spring, how do you wear or wear your scarf more often?