WAYS TO TIE A SCAFT YOU DIDN’T KNOW BEFORE
Most of us adore scarves but they are so much more than a winter accessory. You will learn how to turn your scarf into the stylish top in 5 minutes!
Scarves are one of the most favorite accessories for almost every girl. The scarf is the most versatile item in your closet as this one piece of fabric can literally be worn a million and one ways. You have a lot of scarves but they look boring? Or you are tired of wearing your scarf the same old way? Most of us only know a few ways to wear a scarf, but there are actually many that will give you added style with this simple garment. Check out our collection of tutorial on how to tie scarves easily and look fabulous.
You will learn how to turn your scarf into the stylish top in 5 minutes, summer dress, skirt and beach bag! Also, you will learn how to wear scarves in winter to look flawless!
Do you wanna look like a star? Watch the video and find the ideas on how to tie a scarf in a very fashionable way:
- a collection of party looks
-how to create chic high-neck dress. Wrap it around your body crisscross
-perfect tube top for a night out
-transform a sarong into a skirt is one of the most simple and chic ways to wear it
-create a super stylish beach bag
-find out different ways how to wear your scarf in your hair. Headscarves are one of the stylish ways to add some color to everyday style.
As a bonus, you will learn how to wear scarves in winter to look flawless. And show your friends how to do it! ;)
00:16 How to tie a scarf in office
05:46 Wear your scarf in hair
06:40 Autumn looks
08:02 Chic party look
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