So you’ve invested a fair bit of time and effort into completing your Auskerry scarf from our knitting kit and now you are looking for different ways to wear your latest creation. Here we give you five unique ways to wear your scarf. As a side note, wool insulates even when it is wet making your Auskerry scarf the perfect fashion accessory in changing weather conditions!
The Classic Double
This style is quick, classy and works with every occasion and season. Being one of the most versatile scarf styles it can be worn with almost everything including collared shirts, jackets and wrap dresses.
Simply lay the scarf around the back of your neck, pull the longest end forward, crossing it over to make a figure of 8 shape and drape the second circle over your neck to lie on top of the first circle. Wear as even-sized circles or adjust to lengthen the bottom.
When it comes to styling your scarf, it really doesn’t get any simpler than this! This look is chic and elegant. Simply lay the middle of the scarf at the back of your neck so the ends drape in front. Take one end and toss it over your shoulder.
A longer scarf can also look stylish when styled in this way. Simply wrap the scarf around your neck, cross in the back, and then pull the ends to the front and knot. Loosen the wrapped portion of the scarf as needed to be comfortable, and smooth the ends of the scarf so they are hanging down in front, with one end slightly covering the other. The resulting look is both warm and stylish.
Another simple way to wear your scarf is to drape it around the front of your neck so that the ends dangle behind you, then criss-cross them in the back and pull them back around to the front.
Easy Folded Loop
Alternatively, try folding the scarf in half. Then drape it around your neck. Take the two loose ends and push them through the loop of the folded end of the scarf. You can tighten and loosen the scarf as needed for comfort. This is one of the warmest ways to wear your scarf.
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