How To Wear Cashmere Scarf
As soon as September comes, it is the cashmere scarf season. Whether you’re wearing a scarf for warmth or to maintain style, there are dozens of ways to knit it beautifully. Try a scarf around your neck, in your hair, or one of the many other ways to wear it for a unique new look.
- Wrap it in a simple loop. One of the easiest and most attractive ways to wear cashmere scarves is to simply wrap it around your neck. Wrap the scarf around your neck to create a single loop with the risers wrapped in the front. Pull on the loop a little to loosen it up and create a more casual look. If you are trying to overcome the cold, wrap the scarf around your neck several times.
- Make a rope loop. For a slightly more challenging main loop play, tie the ends of the scarf after one or two wraps around the neck. Loosen the knot so it is not too tight and the ends fit better. If you like, you can wrap the ends in a loop to hide them completely, or you can just leave them hanging down.
- Create a fault node. If you don’t want to worry about your scarf hanging loose in a loop but still want something solid, wrap the scarf in a rip knot. Fold it in half lengthwise and then distribute it around the neck. Pull both ends of the scarf through the loop you created and lay the fabric evenly over your body.
- Make a shape with eight nodes. Take the rift knot a step further to create an 8 knot shape. Fold the scarf in half and distribute it around your neck. Take one end of the scarf and thread it through the loop on the other side of your neck. Then twist the loop 180 degrees to create a second loop and pull the other end of the scarf through it. Pull up the scarf so that it is evenly distributed over your chest.
- Try making a cashmere scarf braid. If the 8-loop scarf isn’t quite right for you, continue with the braiding process. Create a knot around the neck and pull one end of the scarf through the loop. Then twist the loop 180 degrees to form a second loop. Pull the other end of the scarf through the loop, and then twist the loop another 180 degrees to create the third loop. Continue in this manner until the scarf fabric runs out.
- Tie your scarf around your neck with a tie. Take a long, fringed scarf. Spread the scarf out on the table and fold it in half lengthwise. Tie each set of scarf corners together (if the scarf has fringes, tie the centers together) to create a large loop. Now wrap it around your neck with the ties at the back of your head. If the scarf is long enough, double the loop to create multiple layers and make it a little shorter.
- Use a chain to tie your scarf into knots. This style is paired with a buttoned blazer and jacket top. Wrap the scarf around your neck with both ends hanging down in front. Continue tying it with a chain until the fabric runs out and you have a long chain of scarf fabric.
- Make a double knot layout. Wrap the cashmere scarf around your neck so that both ends are tucked in the front. Adjust the scarf in the process so that one end is longer than the other. Tie the long end of the scarf in a knot, but not tightly. Then thread the other end of the scarf through the knot. Move the knot up or down as you see fit.
- Tie the scarf into a half bow. Wrap the scarf around your neck so that one end is twice the length of the other. Wrap the long end around the short end one full time to form a loop. Then wrap it around the short end again and pull it out through the opening at the neck from the center of the end. Assembling it from the center should create a small exit loop that can be pulled out and draped over the short (now) end of the scarf.
- Tie your scarf into a full bow. Wrap the cashmere scarf around your neck so that both ends are in front. Tie these ends loosely at a corner in the front, then follow the traditional doll bows. Keep the bow large and loose for a regular look
Wear a Scarf in Your Hair
Wear your cashmere scarf like a bandana. This style works well with a square scarf. Place the scarf over your head and distribute it so that the ends are at the back. After that, tie the ends of the scarf into a tight knot (you can above the hair and under the hair). If the ends are too long, you can additionally wrap them around the base of the ponytail and secure or weave them into your hair.
Make a turban headband. Lay the scarf unfolded and roll into a narrow tube. Wrap it around your hair so that both ends are above your forehead. Then tie both ends into a tight double knot. Tuck or attach the remaining pieces under the bandage. Square scarves work very well for this style.
Tie the scarf in a bow around your hair. Style your hair or braid, depending on your style preference. Then wrap a scarf, preferably a lightweight fabric (the thinner the better), around the tail in a tight knot. Tie the ends into a loop, and straighten the fabric around your hair. You now have an additional element of attraction.
If you have a long scarf made of thin material, you can try something new. Fold the cashmere scarf in half to create a loop at one end with two ends at the other. Wrap the scarf around your head so that both the loop and ends are just above your forehead. Then pull the end through the loop and pull it back towards you. Tuck or attach the two ends under the rest of the scarf to hide them and protect the scarf from falling.