6 Ways To Wear An Oversized Scarf

A major highlight of breaking out our winter wardrobe is the opportunity for lots of layering. And the cherry on the layer cake? The oversized scarf. Thankfully still bang on trend this season, it easily updates classic knits and coats, and is a great way to inject some colour into our winter wear. Here at Joules we’re big on scarves in all shapes, sizes, and colour ways. For high impact, wear our statement Berkley scarf, and for extra volume wrap yourself in the oversized Heyford. Need some assistance with all that fabric? Here’s our editor’s tips on the best ways to wear yours.

The Infinity Scarf

  1. Fold the scarf in half diagonally to make a triangle and lightly twist the length of the fabric.
  2. Wrap the scarf around and around your neck until there’s just enough fabric left to tie a knot at the front. Tuck the knot under the scarf to complete the infinite look.

The Knotted Cape

  1. Drape the oversized fabric over your shoulders as if you’re wearing a cape.
  2. Tie a loose knot at your chest for an easy style that makes a big statement.

The Shawl

  1. Shake the scarf out and hang over your shoulders.
  2. Fold one side across your chest and drape over the opposite shoulder for a classic shawl style.

The Low Knot

  1. Hang your scarf over your shoulders, with one side slightly longer than the other.
  2. Draw the longer end in front of the other side, loop behind and pull back through the centre of the scarf to the front and create a loose, low knot.

The Wrap and Knot

  1. Place your scarf over the back of your neck and wrap it around once, with each end hanging evenly over the front of your shoulders.
  2. As the scarf is oversized you’ll have lot’s of fabric to work with, so loosen the wrap around your neck a little to allow some breathing space, then tie a large knot at the front.

The Loose Wrap

  1. Loosely wrap the scarf around your neck twice; works best with a long scarf.
  2. Tie two corners together using as little fabric as possible so you can easily conceal the knot.

Make sure you check out our it’s scarf season article to ensure you pick the perfect style of scarf for you to breeze through the freeze with this season!

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