It's the time of year to get cozy and warm, so we've happily embraced the oversized scarf trend. Perfect for blustery days, the blanket scarf looks as stylish and effortless as ever. But the trick to making it look effortless does take a bit of game plan.
There are three distinct and super simple ways to wrap the large amount of fabric without ending up looking like you're lost in a sea of wool. Our lovely designer Haruka models each step so you, too, can achieve this tres chic look.
You'll want to fold the scarf in half diagonally to create a triangle shape. Place the tip of the triangle pointing down in front of you, then wrap the two ends of the triangle back around your neck and brings those ends around to the front, tucking them under the triangle tip. Adjust and fluff the scarf to create your desired volume and oomph. There you have it!
Like the triangle, fold the scarf in half diagonally to create a triangle shape. Roll and twist the full length of the scarf and then drape the scarf around your neck, bringing the two ends toward the front. Cross the ends of the scarf and tie a loose knot.
Easiest of all, but sometimes we need a reminder! Fold the scarf in half diagonally in a triangle shape and simply drape the scarf around your shoulders like a shawl, with the tip of the triangle in the back. And that's it; now you're done and ready to brave that cold office.