3 Ways To Wear A Blanket Scarf This Season
There's no question, the blanket scarf is my favourite trend this season and maybe ever!
A scarf that feels like a blanket and can transform into one at any movie-watching or chilly office needs? Yes please.
Here is a look at my 3 favourite ways to wear a blanket scarf! Outside of wearing it as an actual blanket of course.
3 Ways to wear a blanket scarf
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The Big Knot
1 Fold the scarf diagonally, making it as long as possible from one corner to the other. The ends will be a little jagged.
2 Put the scarf around your neck with one side hanging longer than the other.
3 Take the longer side and tie it in a knot around the shorter side.
Like A Circle Scarf
1 Take the scarf and fold/roll it lengthwise. Don't worry about folding or rolling it anywhere near perfect.
2 Put the middle of the scarf at the front of your neck and cross the ends back over your shoulders.
3 Tuck the ends in underneath and roll them into the scarf.
The Big Kerchief
1 Fold the scarf-blanket into a square (or a smaller rectangle)
2 Fold diagonally into a triangle. Don't worry about lining the ends up to make a perfect triangle—I like it better when the ends are a bit offset.
3 Take the ends behind your head and either: 1) tie them together in a knot or 2) cross them over and bring them back over your shoulders, tucking them under.
If you can't tell I've been wearing my blanket scarf a ton this fall. I also love wearing as a cape (which, let's be real, is basically wearing it as a blanket), and in the more classic scarf ways like one of my favourite bloggers Miss Bethany Kate does here and here.Which one's your favourite way to wear a scarf? Have you picked up any blanket scarves yet this season? SI'd love to hear your favourite ways to style it in the comments below.