Dora Bridal Lady Women Blanket Oversized Tartan Scarf Wrap Shawl Plaid Cozy Checked Pashmina(Daffodil, One Size)
Product link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018JNBDKA/
The Typical Loop Around
"This is a pretty usual look. It can feel a bit “thick” for a blanket scarf to rest nicely this way, but it certainly will keep you warm when it’s cool! I save this look for winter, usually. However, the colors here were some of my favorites. I do love the short time of year where I can wear a scarf AND still be in a denim jacket."
The Ultimate Blanket
"This is probably one of the coziest ways. I often wear catsuits in winter, but they’re sleeveless, so I need a little extra warmth in the cooler months. Because the scarf was both warm and added some fall tones to an otherwise basic piece, I favored this cozy style!"
"This one’s pretty standard too, though not super practical for movement, sometimes when having dinner or headed out, all you need is something to cover your shoulders. Or in my case, keep a new tattoo for the sun, or elongate the season of sleeveless tops into the fall."
The Belted Shawl
"Perhaps my favorite look of my massive try-on session was this one! It’s a sophisticated way to wear a blanket scarf, a garment that otherwise might feel very casual. Plus, you get to show off a waist belt while keeping it in place! There’s little fussing with this look - as the shawl won’t be falling down."
"Usually the coveted look of preps alike, I’ve transformed this easy style into my own with a matching beret and some colored pants! I ended up walking around the lake in this outfit and being super comfortable, and pretty warm as the day turned into night."
Dora Bridal Lady Women Blanket Oversized Tartan Scarf Wrap Shawl Plaid Cozy Checked Pashmina(Orange, One Size)
Product link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GQJG9TL/
The Faux-Circle Scarf
Tips: Simply loop the scarf around your neck a few times, and tied it underneath that first loop, so you can’t really see the ends.
The Oversize Bandana
Tips: Fold the scarf into a triangle. Take the two ends of the triangle with each hand. Cross the two ends behind your head and pull them around to the front.
Tips: Fold the scarf into a triangle. Gather it together. Place it around your neck, leaving one side in the front, and leave the other behind.