Let the Shawl Enrich Your Wardrobe
You are probably seeing blanket scarves everywhere with temperatures falling. It’s one of the biggest accessories in winter, seen everywhere on celebrities, bloggers, and in shop windows, but if you’re still not sure what it is (let alone how to wear one) you’ve come to the right location. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know about blanket scarves how to incorporate them into your wardrobe, how to tie and style them in different ways, and even how to make one yourself.
Blanket scarves are just what they sound like: scarves wide enough to be used as a blanket. They are usually a very bulky square shape which makes them distinct from all the other scarves in your wardrobe. It may sound insane to wear such a large scarf, but they can be lifesavers during the long , cold winter. But if you say, “What the heck am I doing with that whole fabric? “We are not accusing you. Blanket scarves may be cruel.
The shawl. This first way would be to state the obvious, but yes, you can wear it like a shawl. Throw it over yourself like a blanket, and let it protect your arms and shoulders.
Blanket scarf belted with coat. Surprisingly, a blanket scarf can be belted under a coat. This is a perfect way of accentuating your hips, even under this whole cloth. Simply drape the blanket scarf over your neck and let it hang in front of you, then wrap your belt over it at your natural waist.
Wear the blanket scarf as a cardigan. As for more staple look, you can also turn it into a cardigan. If you belt the oversized scarf over something tailored like a body-con dress or a light turtleneck, it works best. Just make sure to leave room to fit your arms comfortably through.