The next little ‘weird weather’ styling tip is probably something you already have in your wardrobe – the bandana scarf. Silk, cotton, satin, linen it really doesn’t matter but a good size so you can tie it around your neck comfortably and have extra fabric for chillier days. The smallest piece can really make a difference, when the layers have been shed having a little added warmth on your neck is heaven. And it looks good too!
So how do you tie it?
The Desperado/Outlaw: Fold the scarf or bandana into a triangle. Wrap around the neck and double knot in the back
The Choker: Fold the scarf or bandana into a triangle and continue folding until it forms one long strand. Wrap tightly around the neck (forward to back), then wrap around again and tie a tight double knot in the front.
The Necklace: Roll scarf or bandana to preferred width. Tie loosely around neck (back to front), then knot in the front to finish.
The Audrey: Roll scarf or bandana to preferred width. Wrap loosely around neck (back to front), then double knot tails.
And when you’re all warmed up just tie it around your ponytail or bun for an effortless chic hairstyle….
Thank you for reading,