Types of Scarves for Women (& Men) – How to Tie A Perfect Scarf


Scarves are not winter accessories anymore but a style statement with the convenience of keeping you from thick and thins of weather.

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Due to being so much in contact with fashion, scarves have changed their appearance over time; now you find opportunities amply to wear them around your neckline. Besides, designs of scarves are now getting omnigender due to their ease of use between the sexes.

Here are some most popular types of scarves, with style, fabric, gender, and weather.

Most Popular Types of Scarves – Scarves Styles

1. Regular or Antique Scarf:

Regular or Antique Scarf
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Regular scarves or old scarves are those in use from many past years and have a rich history. They can be called as the parent scarves of today’s modern cowls, snoods, and an infinity scarf. Their shape is more like a rectangular piece with enough material to wrap around your neck at least once.

Regular scarves come in both summer and winter materials, melded with different techniques, and adorned by different types of laces and fringes on the corners. Scarves can even have pockets in the end, based on the maker and brand. The pockets let you keep your valuable things like passport, bank cards, and currency with you, especially during traveling.

2. Cowl:

Cowl Scarf
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A cowl is often confused with hood; however, both terms are different. A cowl is not worn on the head like the hood but around the neck, especially during winters.

If someone asks you, “what is a cowl” you can simply tell them it is sewn fabric for winters, comfortable to wear around the neck without creating a fuss. They have a deeper drape than usual.

Cowls are explicitly designed for winters; hence they are often knitted with wool, jersey, or pashmina materials paired with modern dresses. They are ready-to-use scarves as you don’t have to wrap them around your neck but simply pass the hole through your head, and Tada, you are ready to beat winters.

3. Infinity Scarf:

Cable Knit Infinity Scarf

Hearing about an Infinity Scarf for the first time confuses all of us, like if it would have an unlimited piece of cloth to cloak the neck.

Well, that’s not the case.

An Infinity Scarf is also like a cowl neck scarf however, with a bigger hole that you round not just once around your neck but twice. With a twicer circle, it makes a sign of infinity

It is a sewn piece of cloth with less drape but doubly surrounding the neck. It is also a winter accessory; hence material or fabric used for it is mostly leather or animal skin. Different techniques and styles of knitting are used to make Infinity Scarves. These are so cool and quiet in, in scarf fashion.

4. Snood:

Snood Scarf

What is a snood, and how different or similar it is from a cowl?

More or less, snood definition says that it is like a cowl; however, with a unique feature of a hood. It means the snood is a combo of hood and cowl. You get a piece of fabric to cover your neck as well as your head.

Here, you need to know that not separate cape or hat is attached with the snood, but the fabric has a larger width that easily sits on your neck and covers your head. You need to create a loop to wear it, which is not too tricky as it also comes in the sewn form.

Pair it well with some trendy snow boots, and you are ready to rock on this Christmas and winter

5. Triangle Scarf:

Triangle Scarf
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For the fashion of winters and summers, triangle scarves come handy. These scarves are more like an accessory of fashion than fabric to keep you from cold or hot.

Due to being a fashion accessory, you can do so many experiments with the material. From net fabric to cotton, or knitted wool to cross-stitched pashmina; get triangle scarf in any way you like.

As the name suggests, the triangle scarf comes in a triangular shape. Usually, the third angle covers the chest while corners after wrapping around the neck fall on the shoulders.

Male and females both like to carry this type of Scarf; however, females show it off more while males usually keep it under the shirt, and only the upper part gets visible through the collar.

6. Stole/Boa:

Stole Boa scarf
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The stole is also like a traditional scarf, but with a narrow width, that shapes exactly like strip. Stoles are also winter-season scarves that can sit on the both or one shoulder. The strap is too long that it can reach towards the knee; however, people also wrap it around their neck if it is winter.

These are mostly made with furs and are very soft and plush in appearance. Mainly, fur stoles and Sherpa socks are carried with clothes during winters to keep from the cold and for
style and fashion as well. However, for pre or post winters, they can be made of silk.

For stoles, only expensive and luxurious fabrics like fur, pashmina, and silk are used.

7. Muffler Scarf:

Muffler Scarf
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The less expensive version of a stole, muffler scarves are almost similar to the furs; however, you can have them in common and less luxurious fabrics such as cotton, wool, or velvet, etc. Another difference here is a muffler can be taken during summers too, but a stole is only a winter thing.

Wearing a muffler is also different than all other types of scarves. For example, usually, Scarf is a piece of cloth that covers the shoulder, neckline, or sometimes head. Contrary to this, you can wear a muffler around your neck, shoulders, and even head or waist.

8. Sarong:

Sarong Scarf
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A Sarong Scarf is entirely opposite in function to all other kinds of scarves like a stole, shawl, wrap, boa, tippets, or capes. Sarong is worn around the waistline or hipline to show off bodies on the parties around bays and beaches.

Sarong doesn’t come with any hook and wrapped around the waist using knots as a piece of the skirt over a bikini. Along with this, it can also be tucked after wrapping. Sarongs are worn around armpits, waistline, and even on the shoulder as a free shawl.

A sarong can easily be termed as a summer scarf.

9. Shawls/Blanket Scarf:

Shawls Blanket Scarves
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The shawl is the largest Scarf you can have, and that’s why people also call it a blanket scarf. They are so bigger in size, rectangular in shape, yet come in diverse materials for winters and summers. Shawls are mostly famous in Islamic culture and middle eastern countries but, not limited to just here.

Calling shawls as blankets don’t make them ordinary sheets; in fact, they are more stylish, fashionable, and trendy. To wear a blanket scarf or shawl, you can use different methods like wrapping it around your neck, on the shoulders, as well as covering the hole back.

Types of Fabrics – Scarves Fabric:

Material is the most important factor to count on when you are talking about something made of fabric and used in all seasons. The type of fabric makes your Scarf suitable for the weather, you are looking for.

Such as, a woolen weaved Scarf would be great for snowy days while a cotton scarf is something you should use during summers.

Understanding and knowing about fabrics and material is necessary to tell you what type of Scarf you should use. So, here you go:

i. Winter Scarf Fabric/Material:

Winter Scarf
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Winter scarves are made of thicker fabrics like a winter sweater and, of course, mainly used to add coziness to the overall outfit.

Winter Scarf Uses:

  • The Winter scarf is used for heating purposes.
  • It keeps the area around your neck and shoulders warm.
  • They come with hoods to help shield your head from cold.
  • They come in different styles and patterns for fashion aesthetics.
  • Scarves made of faux-fur are excellent to wear in parties during winter for panache and relief.

Here are some classy winter materials for scarves:

10. Velvet Scarf:

Velvet Scarf
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Velvet, also called chenille is the plushest fabric on earth that one can ever get their hands on. The fabric is so soft but also extremely shiny. It is not like jewels but shines like a water stream without disturbing your eyes. It is a standard fabric for winters and used in quilts, blankets, beddings, coats, jerseys, and of course, scarves.

Features of velvet scarf:

  • Beauty with comfort
  • Available in a massive assortment of colors
  • Decent and chic at the same time
  • The fabric is best for all genders

Cons of using velvet scarf:

  • Can irritate neck skin if worn for too long because of the thickness

Tip for buying:

Make sure to select a limited fabric with small width when buying velvet scarf, or else it can be a hassle to carry.

How to wrap/wear a velvet scarf?

There are two ways in which you can wear a velvet scarf.

To keep from winters

If you want to cover your head, simply put the mid of the scarf on your head and then roll it one end around your neck. This is exclusive to keep from winters.

For style:

If you want to showcase style, simply drape it over your shoulders and let the ends fall through the body. A wow and elegant want to carry a scarf.

Scarves in winters, undoubtedly, level up your style game when specifically worn with leggings that are famous on TikTok.

11. Wool Scarf:

wool Scarf
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Wool is another famous fabric in cold regions and abundantly worn during winters. It is obtained from mammalians fur, especially goats and sheep. It is cozy and used in many winter blankets but quite common to use in clothing and accessories like jerseys, sweaters, and scarves, etc. It comes in an assortment of types:

  • Merino:
  • Mohair:
  • Alpaca:

Wool is also used in making various types of socks

Features of Wool Scarf:

  • Breathable and warm
  • Very soft and lightweight that you don’t even feel if you are wearing something warm, just like this crop top by Inspire Uplift
  • Helps in regulating body temperature
  • Reliable fabric to stay for years
  • Never fade colors, stretches, or loses its shape
  • Water and dust resistant, require no often cleaning

Cons of using wool scarf:

  • It can be expensive
  • Not suitable for people with allergies as it contains animal fur.

Tip for buying:

Make sure to select only high-quality wool as only then you can enjoy all the excellent characteristics of this material type.

How to wear woolen scarf?

Here is the step by step process of wrapping a wool scarf:

Consider the length

In short, simply drape it on your shoulders with equal ends on both sides and tie a knot.

If long, knot both the ends and roll twice in your neck like an infinity scarf.

You are ready to roll.

12. Acrylic Knit Scarf:

Acrylic Knit Scarf
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Acrylic is not a natural material for winters but made in labs, synthetically, out of acrylic fibers. This can be called less luxurious yet more casual fabric for scarves to carry on an everyday basis.

Being casual doesn’t mean it is less suitable or favorable to attire when meeting with friends; it comes in a variety of styles to look chic and fabulous on you.

Features of Acrylic Scarf:

  • Comparatively cheaper than wool
  • Suitable for people allergic to animal furs/wool
  • Exotic and lightweight just like wool
  • Retain shape over time and doesn’t fade

Cons of using acrylic scarf:

  • It is not as reliable as wool
  • These can be worn only as casual attires.

Tip for buying:

Do not consider acrylic and woolen scarves made of the same material. Always remember that wool is a natural fabric, while acrylic is a synthetic and human-made material.

How to wear acrylic knit scarf?

Acrylic scarves are not too large in the volume, still, you can carry them in multiple ways. Such as:

Wrap it on your head, like a cap or hat.

Drape on your shoulder

Spool once around your neck and let the sides flaunt.

13. Jersey Scarves:

Jersey Scarf
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Jersey is not a natural fabric but a mock fabric made by using wool, cotton, and synthetic fibers of cotton. Jersey fabric, unlike other materials for scarves, comes with double sides. It’s one side is made of pilled loops while the other one is made with types of knitting, mostly rib-knit. Usually, the right side of Jersey has rib-knitting and smoother appearance.

Features of Jersey Scarf:

  • Extremely stylish
  • Available for all genders in various styles
  • Available for all weathers (in summers, made of cotton)
  • Suits all ages

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Beans are used instead of scarves for convenience and you find plenty of types of stylish beanies to carry, easily.

Cons of using Jersey Scarf:

  • It is not an original or natural fabric.
  • sensitive to heat
  • Not a much durable fabric

Tip for buying:

In the past, Satin Fabric was available only made with wool fibers. However, now it is made by using cotton threads. When you go for buying satin scarves, keep in mind the weather.

How to wear jersey scarf?

Most of the time, Jersey scarves are used to cover the head. Hence to wear it, you can simply wrap it on your head. However, another way is to slightly slit it while draping on the shoulders.

14. Satin Scarf:

Satin Scarf
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Satin, once again, is not original or naturally available clothing material but made by using strands and extracts of other fabrics. Satin is the child-fabric made from Silk and Polyester.

As Silk and Polyester, both have very fresh, charming, and exuberant appearance, hence the satin fabric is also very glossy and shiny, extremely suitable to wear with party wears or with a dull dress to enhance its shine and feel.

Features of Satin Scarf:

  • Available in a variety of colors, all shiny
  • Makes great occasional scarves
  • It is a natural healer for skin and hair
  • Enhance the feel for the party and can make an ordinary dull looking outfit, wow.

Cons of using Satin Scarf:

  • Less forgiving for sewing errors

Tip for buying:

  • Satin Scarves are available in classy shades and shiny appearances. Buy a color that you love the most.

How to wear satin scarf?

There are numerous ways in which you can carry your glossy satin scarf:

On your head, in Malala Hijab way

Wrapping over your hair

Wearing like a tie

Around your hips like a sarong

ii. Summer Scarves Fabric/Material:

Summer scarves
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Scarves are no more confined to winters only, thanks to the more and better discoveries of scarf fashion. For summers, when you have plenty of fabrics and situations, you can easily updo yourself with scarves and flaunt like a diva.

Moreover, the scarves are not just for females but there are plenty of summer scarves for males as well.

Summer scarf uses for females and males:

  • Use them as hair accessories
  • Enhance your ordinary-looking bag – the bag candy
  • Like a summer stole
  • Necktie
  • Arm wrap
  • As a bracelet
  • A sarong
  • Vest top
  • Shoulder accessory
  • Keeping from sunshine
  • To avoid sweating

Here are some summer fabric types to help you select the best scarf type for you.

15. Crinkle/Chiffon Scarves:

Crinkle Chiffon Scarves
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Crinkle and chiffon are two types of fabrics that vary quality-wise. The texture for chiffon is silkier and glossier, while for crinkle, it is a bit itchy. However, both materials are used for scarves in the summer. For beaches and outdoor activities of the day, these scarves come extremely handy.

Features of chiffon scarf:

  • A most popular fabric for scarves
  • Semi mesh weaves let you flaunt your hair while carrying it
  • Purely related to fashion accessories
  • Goes with formal and informal dressing
  • Available in plenty of colors

Cons of using Chiffon Scarf:

  • Require extensive care
  • Gets stained too easily
  • Difficult for sewing

Tip for buying:

When you are buying a Chiffon Scarf, keep considering its types. One is crinkle chiffon while the other one is Pure chiffon. Pure chiffon has comparatively high quality than the latter one.

How to wear chiffon scarf?

Good news, there are more than 16 ways in which you can wear or tie your chiffon scarf:

Females and males both can carry them:

Let the ends fly and wear it on your neck without wrapping.

Drape on shoulders, make a fall around and tie.

Tuck it in your off-shoulder dress.

Wear on one shoulder like a dupatta.

Like a vest

Click to find some more ways to carry a chiffon scarf.

16. Silk Scarf:

Silk Scarf

The original silk is made with larva saliva while making cocoons, and it is the most royal and most delicate fabric on earth you can have. Being used by royal families of kings and queens, Silk has a majestic legacy.

It has diverse colors assortment and glossier appearance. Scarves made of silk can enhance any ordinary dress, and that’s the reason it is a trendy fabric for stoles and ties.

Features of Silk Scarves:

  • It helps in retaining body moisture.
  • Silk scarves are hypoallergenic.
  • Goes with all types of attires
  • Purely a festive fabric

Cons of using Silk Scarf:

  • Difficult to clean
  • Stains easily, even with pure water
  • May raise ecological concerns
  • Expensive than other materials

Tip for buying:

When you are buying silk, make sure to find all the signs of it for being original. Check the freshness of color and delicacy of the fabric in your hands before buying a silk scarf.

How to carry silk scarf elegantly?

Silk is a slippery fabric that keeps falling from your shoulder or head unless you tie a knot. Here are some ways in which you can wrap your scarf for parties and casual days:

Wrap and knot on the left shoulder

Flow on your body and wrap with classic knot

Like a headband by rolling the whole fabric and then carrying on your head.

For more ways, click.

17. Cotton Scarf:

Cotton Scarf
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Cotton is the most easy-going fabric in clothing and used not just in wearables and accessories but also in bedding and to make covers, etc. Scarf fashion is quite in these days, but you don’t have to worry about a scarf fabric when it comes to cotton.

Why? Because you find two types of cotton, the winter, and summers. However, summer cotton is more popular and suitable for scarves because it is reedy and shrill.

Features of Cotton Scarves:

  • The cotton scarf adds to your persona in the most casual way.
  • Soft, comfy, and breathable material
  • Doesn’t irritate skin allergens
  • Available in plenty of tones and designs

Cons of using Cotton Scarves:

  • It can be expensive.
  • Shrinks with time
  • Not suitable for sweltering weather as It retains moisture for long.

Tip for buying:

As cotton is available in almost any color you say, choose a shade that matches well with the undertone of your skin. In this way, the cotton scarf will bring a glow on your face.

How to wear a cotton scarf?

Cotton is a flawless fabric that stays where you put it. Hence, you can play with it in multiple ways, such as:

If you have a rectangular scarf, let it fell on your shoulders and support it with a knot.

Make a loop with the scarf in your neck and now keeping tucking both ends through the loop.

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18. Polyester Scarves:

Polyster Scarves
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Polyester is exclusively manmade fabric, scientifically known as microfiber, PET, or Polyethylene terephthalate. The polymers to make this fabric are extracted from organic sources like fossil fuels. It is a high-quality fabric, breathable, and comfy in wearing.

Features of Polyester Scarves:

  • Very thin and lightweight
  • Easy to carry throughout summers
  • Highly reliable fabric
  • Easy to clean and dry

Cons of using Polyester Scarves:

  • Harmful chemicals are used in the formation
  • Not a biodegradable fabric

Tip for buying:

  • Buy polyester from a reliable source and proper manufacturer because polyester is prone to shedding.

How to wear a polyester scarf?

Polyester is also difficult to stay fabric. However, here are some ways to carry a scarf:

Drape it on your body and tuck with a belt on your waste – you are ready for a party.

No hassle manner, for this all you have to do is make an infinity loop in your neck, not too tight – your casual look is ready.

iii. All-Season Scarves:

All-Season Scarves

Apart from summers and winters, you also find scarves, stoles, and shawls in the fabrics that are wearable or usable throughout the year. These fabrics have a property of heat resistance.

They get adjusted with the body and environment temperature and maintain equity between both. By doing so, such structures never let the body feel disturbed because of the changes in the environment.

All-Season scarf uses for females and males:

  • You can feel easy
  • They go with all types of fashion outfits
  • You can showcase your sole taste by carrying these scarves.
  • They look lovely and elegant on every male and female.

19. Cashmere Scarf:

Cashmere Scarf
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Though cashmere wool is often baptized as the best fabric to use during summer and hot seasons; however, its fantastic property of temperature adjustment keeps you fresh during summers without sweating while cozy during winters without a problem.

Cashmere wool comes in a subtype as well called Pashmina. Pashmina scarves are originally made for winters.

Features of Cashmere Scarves:

  • Wearable in all types of weather
  • Lightweight fabric makes it easy to carry
  • Natural stuff, no additives of manmade chemicals
  • They look solely wow.

Cons of using Cashmere Scarf:

  • Need extensive care
  • Not a reliable fabric

Tip for buying:

It is difficult to put your hands-on original cashmere shawls or scarves, so be very careful to judge the stuff before making a purchase.

How to wear cashmere scarf?

For winters:

Fold it in half, put your hand in the center, wrap it around your neck from back. Now take the ends and pass it through the folded loop. Tight a bit, you are good to go.

For summers:

You don’t need to put much effort in summers, simply make a classic knot and make infinity loop.

20. Linen Scarves:

Linen Scarves
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Linen once again is a type of fabric that lets you carry your stylish scarves throughout the year, without considering the weather or seasons. However, summer linen is more prevalent in making scarves than the winter one. If you want to carry scarves on the head, a linen scarf fits well and never changes your color.

Features of Linen Scarves:

  • Goes well with formal and casual looks
  • You can carry it in multiple ways like bag candy, or shoulders fall
  • Lightweight fabric
  • Available in plenty of hues

Cons of Linen Scarves:

  • Expensive
  • Not much environment friendly

Tip for buying:

Try to buy a scarf only in summer linen fabric than winter one to look comfortably stylish.

How to wear linen scarf?

Like a jacket

Like a sarong

Like a hijab

Types of Scarves – Shapes and Style:

Scarves do not vary just fabric wise, but there are multiple shapes of the scarves as well. These shapes are often termed as the style of your scarf. Thanks to the fashion industry and fashionistas, who have introduced classical yet elegant types of scarves.

Pros of using different styles of scarves:

  • Styled scarves are ready to wear headscarves.
  • You don’t need to put much effort to tie or wrap it on your shoulders.
  • You can get ready with a scarf quickly.

However, you don’t get too many ways of experimenting with the style of your scarf.

Find out more about them here:

i. Stylish Scarves for Women

21. Poncho:

Ponchos are stitched and ready to wear scarves that let you awe the eyes of anyone passing by. Poncho is an excellent winter accessory. They come in multiple fabrics, adorned with furs, patterned with checks or lines, while colored in plenty of hues.

They can go with all types of leggings, pants and other outfits. The shape of a poncho is often squatted or cornered like a triangle.

22. Scarves with contrasted borders:

Scarves with contrasted borders
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You can have contrasted border scarves in any type of material while the shape is more like a square or rectangle. Choose according to your style. The contrasting borders scarves look more elegant because now you can carry them with clothes having lighter or darker shades.

23. Hijab:


Hijab is an ultimate way of covering your head. By doing so, your hair remains free from atmospheric pollutants. Along with this, the hijab style scarf makes you look younger than your age as it cleverly hides the flaws of your face like face-shape and double chin, etc.

24. Dupatta:

Dupatta Scarf
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Dupatta is the type of scarf of muffler scarf, mostly used by women during summers to showcase modesty or simply keep from harsh rays of the sun. The scarf type is used primarily by south Asian women.

25. Blanket Scarves:

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In winter, when you want to watch the tv, drive a car, or sit on the couch for books, blanket scarves come extremely handy. People used to use blanket scarves only as a home accessory until now. You can carry blanket scarves as your clothing accessory anywhere and parade like a diva.

What are the best ways to take a blanket scarf, find in the lines coming ahead:

ii. Men Scarf:

26. Shemagh:

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Schmog, Shemagh, keffiyeh, or ghutrah whatever you call it, this is the most stylish type of scarf for men. The scarves are originated from middle eastern countries with a harsh hot climate and sandy winds. The primary function of a Shemagh scarf is to protect the head from sun rays while eyes from dust. However, now they are carried by men for styling and fashion. They are also famous in Arabian culture.

27. Bandana:


With the same function as Keffiyeh, Bandana is used to keep you from dust, sun, and over sweating. However, now men carry it for style and fashion. Made with soft pattered cloth, Bandana is a cool summer accessory for men suiting. Though it is originally a male thing, women carry them as well because of the convenience.

iii. Unisex Scarves:

Unisex Scarves

Unisex scarves are omnigender scarves that are equally used by men and women. Here are some types:

  • Square scarves
  • Infinity scarves
  • Silk Scarf
  • Headscarves
  • Oblong Scarf
  • Fringe Scarf
  • Fur Stole
  • Blanket Scarf
  • Tartan scarves
  • Electric scarves

iv. Scarves for kids:

Unicorn Crochet Scarf

Kids’ scarves usually come with caps and two dangling lines that keep flying on the shoulders or can be knotted around the neck to keep them warm. They come ready to wear, having style and patterns of their favorite character or animal such as unicorns, fairies, or Ben Ten, etc. These scarves are purely for weather shielding and used during winters.

Types of Scarves – Length and Width:

The length and width of your scarf don’t only make its shape, but it also helps in differentiating between the male and female pieces. Here is a guide on scarf length:


Scarves come in three different measures such as:

  1. Short Scarves – sizing between 50 to 60 inches
  2. Standard scarves – size approximately 70 inches
  3. Long scarves – size around 82 inches

Width or Breadth:

Breadth or width varies for male and female scarves. Here are the details:

  • 6 inches for men
  • 7 to 10 inches for women

Scarf Wearing Guide:

Wearing a scarf is an art. The scarf is nothing much, but a piece of cloth, the style of carrying and wearing it makes you the cat’s meow at every soiree. Find the best ways to wear scarves:

1. How to wear a blanket scarf?

How to wear a blanket scarf
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While scrolling the internet, you can find multiple ways of carrying blanket scarves. However, the tips and techniques mentioned here are not that you usually find online:

Like a warmer:

  • Snowman knot
  • Shoulders cape
  • Pull through
  • Infinity loop

As a dress accessory:

  • Like a bandana
  • Cape style drape
  • Three pointy knot
  • Poncho accessorized with a belt

Cozy and lazy:

  • Let it fell – on shoulders

2. How to Wear A Scarf in Multiple Ways – Women:

Women can carry scarves in the following ways:

  • Drapes and falls
  • Knots and wraps
  • Ties and bows

3. How to Wear A Scarf in Multiple Ways – Men:

Men can take scarves in the following ways:

  • Drape: More for fashion than function to keep heat; however, woolen men scarf can save you from frozen heat to some extent. You simply have to throw the Scarf on your shoulder, with both ends similar length. Best for short to regular length scarves
  • Once around scarf: As the name denotes, you will tie your Scarf once around your neckline. This can be the best way to keep you cozy. Take the scarf drape on your shoulder with one end longer than the other and round the longer half around your neckline.
  • Overhand Scarf: it is a knot like the style to carry Scarf in which you will simply tie a note on the scarf middle, near to your neck.

Some more ways are:

  • Noble knot
  • Persian knot
  • Spread on the chest
  • Infinity drape

Bottom Line:

This was all about men and women scarves according to weather, fabric, and styles. In the end, here is a suggestion that you must consider and select the colors and patterns of scarves very keenly. Colors play a vital role in making something macho or modest.

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