Happy Halloween, friends!
Today’s post is about how to wear a scarf multiple ways for fall, BUT… the real reason I chose to put this particular post up on October 31st is the skeleton that you can see photo-bombing our group pics below! How fitting is that?! He was friendly, I promise.
Anywho, as you can see, I teamed up with 4 of my favorite gal pals to style scarves and boots for fall! You may have seen some of these fabulous ladies previously at this pool party. When we showed up at Ruibal’s pumpkin patch to shoot our looks (and to drink some champagne… not pictured.) we realized that 4 of us had styled our scarves in completely different ways. Whether looped, tied or thrown over the neck with ease – there are so many ways to style this fall essential. Keep scrolling for 4 different ideas! 🙂
1. Fashion And Frills (that’s me!), Longline Scarf
I decided to keep things classic and simple this go-around! Like I say, simplicity can be super statement-worthy! With this particular look, I styled my scarf draped long over the neck for a hint of carefree elegance. I actually wore one of my favorite scarves this way for our family Christmas photos last year! The best part is, it adds a flattering vertical line (we all love that, am I right?!) and it highlights the movement of the fringe. Since the scarf isn’t bundled around my neck, I can wear this autumnal accessory during the current not-too-chilly Texas fall without risking a heat stroke! When the temp takes a dip and I need extra warmth, I’ll definitely wrap this scarf ’round the neck a time or 2 in order to up the cozy-factor. I love to wear this scarf with these over the knee boots (they’re shockingly affordable for the quality!) and a comfy-chic off the shoulder sweater dress. This dress has been going in and out of stock, so be sure to check out this burgundy option that would be just as fabulous with the same accessories!
Shop My Look:
2. The Miller Affect, Triangle Blanket Scarf
I LOVE this scarf style! You may recall that I wore my favorite burgundy silk scarf as a triangle scarf – so clearly it will work no matter the textile. However, be sure to keep in mind that it’s easiest to accomplish if you have a square shaped scarf. Amanda’s autumnal-hued scarf would be the most perfect Thanksgiving day accessory!
How to Tie a Triangle Scarf:
1. Form a triangle by folding the square scarf in half diagonally.
2. Keep triangle tip in front.
3. Wrap ends around the neck and bring to front.
4. Keep ends tucked underneath triangle or untucked (as I did here) depending on preference.
Shop Amanda’s Look:
3. The Real Fashionista, European Loop
The European Loop is so stylish yet surprisingly simple! This is a major go-to of mine for cold weather months! I wore it on the reg last winter and my favorite European loop to date was this plaid and herringbone print-mix. Jamie styled this burgundy-hued scarf to perfection with a suede bomber and the dreamiest deep purple bag. <swoon> Have you ever seen a more perfect fall color palette?
How to Tie a European Loop:
1. Fold scarf in half lengthwise.
2. Place folded scarf over neck but keep unfolded end much longer than folded end.
3. Feed the unfolded longer end through the loop created by the folded end.
4. Pull to tighten.
Shop Jaime’s Look:
4. The Fashion Hour, Single Loop
Another simple yet sensational go-to! I’ve worn my scarf in a single loop on the blog before – once in a more warm weather-apropos silk and then also in a cuddly cold-weather herringbone! It’s such an easy scarf style for both warmth and glamour! And how fab does Natalie look?! She paired these neutrals to fall perfection. And let’s talk about those incredible OTK boots, shall we?
Shop Natalie’s Look:
5. Gal About Town, Single Loop #2
This was the only style double-up out of our “how to wear a scarf” bunch, but can you believe how different Lynlee’s pastel look is from Natalie’s autumnal hues?! Case and point – pastels can totally work for fall, people! This cool-colored scarf is absolute gorgeousness!
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I’m thinking I’ll do an additional ” How To Wear A Scarf ” post in the near future showing how I transition a single scarf into multiple tied styles… thoughts? Let me know in the comments!
Have a very Happy Halloween! Chat again soon! xo