3 Ways To Style Your Peruvian Scarf

Got a beautiful scarf made of Alpaca wool? It can be a great addition to your wardrobe as you can create variations and spin many looks with it, from casual, chic to even formal! But for that, you will have to learn how to tie a scarf fashionably first!

In this article, we will share a few easy and eye-catching methods to wrap scarves around your neck that will make heads turn and take you from dawn to dusk too! 

A Loopy Affair

This is one of the easiest ones out there. Fold your scarf in half, with one end being in a loop. Now, wear your scarf around your neck and bring the open part of the scarf right through the loop. Tighten it for a smart, professional look. 

Endless Scarf

The endless or the infinity scarf style may look complicated, but there aren’t many steps. Just place your scarf over your neck with the two ends in the front and at equal length. Wrap it around your neck and keep it loose. Carefully tuck the ends of the scarf at the back and tie them up. This is a great look to carry when you have brunches with your favorite girls! 

All Tied Up 

This method makes your scarf look like a pretzel. And we all love pretzels! To get this look:

  1. Fold your scarf with one end being in a loop.
  2. Place the scarf around your neck.
  3. Bring the one free end of the scarf through the loop, and then place the other end to top your scarf while pulling from the opposite side.

If you have a hand-knit alpaca scarf that’s lightweight, soft, and yet keeps you cozy, make sure that you try out these innovative ways to stay warm and elevate your daily outfits! This is one fashion accessory that we love and vouch for. Don’t just let it hang un-inspiringly around your neck; play with it and get creative with the different draping and knotting styles. The sky is the limit. 

If you have been searching for high-quality scarves that are made of ethically-sourced alpaca wool, browse through our extensive collection today!

article credits: www.perugiftshop.com

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