Apart from their use as headwear, scarves can be extremely versatile and can be used as apparel in
other ways. Learning the following techniques can enable you to make the most of your wardrobe by adding an additional measure of
versatility. You can add a couple of scarves to your suitcase when traveling and be prepared to create additional looks from your existing
selection of clothes. Their compact nature also means that you can add new looks without needing additional luggage to accommodate them.
The following scarf-tying techniques will allow you to fully realize the versatility of your wardrobe:
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Scarves as Accessories
The most prominent use for scarves is as a fashion accessory. A bold, beautiful scarf can add a splash
of color to an otherwise severe-looking or plain garment, and can add a touch of softness and femininity to a suit. The variety of shapes,
colors, patterns and fabrics mean that scarves are imminently versatile, and a style can be found to compliment any outfit.
The following scarf-tying techniques will allow you to make the most of your scarves, regardless of the look you are trying to achieve: