How to Wear a Scarf #FashionFriday

6 Comments Fashion, Fashion & Beauty
Old Navy scarve

I love scarves. I think I might’ve said that on a different Fashion Friday post. hmmm.

Well anyway, I do really love them. They can add so much to a simple outfit.

I used to only wear them like this, this btw way is a super cute scarf from old navy.

 

Old Navy scarve

Old Navy scarve (see more fringe scarves)

I mean it’s zebra? What’s not to love?

Anyway, back to wearing scarves. Or if I didn’t wear them like the one above I wore them like this: This one is pretty too. I like the bright pink, it could add some pop to a plainer outfit.

 

Old Navy scarve
 
And then I saw this video on Youtube. LOVE IT. 25 ways to Wear a Scarf. Check it out. It’s awesome.

Here’s some more cute scarfs for you to look at. :)

 

 

Old Navy scarve

 

Old Navy scarve

 

 Old Navy scarve (see more old navy scarves)

 

Old Navy scarve

 

 Old Navy scarve (see more old navies)

 

Old Navy scarve

 Old Navy scarve (see more old navies)

 

Old Navy scarve

Old Navy scarve (see more old navies)

 

Old Navy scarve

 

Old Navy scarve
 
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6 Responses to "How to Wear a Scarf #FashionFriday"
  1. Allison says:

    I love infinity scarfs/cowls because you don’t have to worry about them falling off. They’re also lots of fun to knit!

  2. Lee Ann says:

    I love scarves, but on other people. They don’t look right on me since I am short and petite. They overpower me and hang too long, and they make me look like I don’t have a neck. :) oh how I wish I could make a scarf work!

  3. Kari says:

    I love scarves. My mom started knitting a few years ago, so I have a slew of them. I try to wear one every day during the winter. It’s like a cozy, more comfortable necktie for women!

  4. Love several of these methods to tie scarfs! I love my scarfs and get bored with the few simple ways I tie them.

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