A scarf offers more than just protection against a chilly breeze. This cold-weather accessory has become a staple in modern fashion. It’s no surprise, then, that they come in myriad styles, prints, and patterns. But the variety in design is rivaled only by the countless creative ways there are to wear a scarf.
Here are four of our favorites.
The Instant Infinity
You can find infinity scarves at just about any boutique or accessory store. But that doesn’t mean you’ll find the same print as your favorite traditional scarf. No worries, because this method lets you give a standard scarf an instant infinity upgrade. All you have to do is tie the ends together, then loop the scarf twice around your neck. If you have longer hair and are worried about the knot showing, make sure to position the tied portion toward the back of your neck so your hair covers it.
This is one of the most popular styles of scarf tying. It’s easy to do on the fly and looks great with both trendy and traditional outfits. Begin by folding the scarf in half and drape it around your neck. Then, take one loose end and thread it over and under one side of the loop. Do the same with the other loose section – thread under and over the same side of the loop. Tighten and adjust as needed.
This look gets its name from its resemblance to a man’s necktie. The stylish scarf-tying method works well for both genders. To start, wrap your scarf one time around your neck, then make a knot at the top of the scarf. Finish by pulling the excess material from your original wraparound to cover the knot, thus forming the “tie.” This style offers the added benefit of providing you with some front-of-body warmth, too.
For days when you need your neck wrap to do more function than fashion, try this method. Loop the scarf snugly around your neck twice. Then, tie the ends together and tuck the remaining fabric into the wrap. Your neck is guaranteed to stay cozy with this one.
Where to Buy Scarves in Fredericksburg
Before you can try one of these nifty scarf knots, you’ll need to stock up on some first. Check out these Fredericksburg boutiques for the trendiest styles this season.
- Monkee’s of Fredericksburg. This boutique offers a selection of high-end American designer brands like Tory Burch, Lilly Pulitzer, and Jack Rogers. Whether your style leans to the North or the South, you’re guaranteed to find something here.
- Forage. This consignment shop is a treasure trove of gently used apparel. Find name-brand clothing at affordable prices. And when you clean out your closet, consider selling with Forage for a little extra cash.
- Cose Belle Boutique. Shop European couture without ever leaving Fredericksburg. Cose Belle Boutique features imported fashion from France, Italy, England, and all over Europe. These high-quality pieces are a must-have for any wardrobe.
Mazda of Fredericksburg
Try one of these knots the next time you pick out a scarf, and then pay a visit to Mazda of Fredericksburg. Our quality, selection, and prices will leave you feeling just as cozy as your new neckwear.