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  • 16 Ways You Didn’t Know You Could Tie a Scarf

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    If you’ve managed to leave the comfort of your warm bed and actually venture outside lately, you’ll notice scarves — of all sizes, patterns and fabrics — are in this season. Hard to stand out when practically everyone is wearing them (including the guys), but we’ve got you covered (pun unintended!). 
    Here are 16 ways to wear a scarf that will make a statement:

     

    This ‘Pretzel Knot’ 

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    Because pretzels are not just for eating. 

     

    This simpler take on the ‘Pretzel Knot’ 

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    This ‘West Village’ look works for both guys and girls

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    Style knows no gender. 

     

    The lazy girl’s guide to blanket-scarves 

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    Incorporate it into your messy bun! 

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    Polish up  bad hair days. 

     

    Or…. wear it as a boho-style bandanna 

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    This head-wrap looks gorgeous on long hair 

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    It could also perk up a pixie cut! 

     

    Channel your inner 70′s vibe with this wrap 

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    Tie it in a bow for an effortlessly glamorous look

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    Warning: May generate major outfit envy

     

    Turn heads with this terrific twist

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    Turn one accessory into another with a few knots! 

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    This 2-in-1 trick is a 10! 

     

    Master the Infinity Scarf with this loopy look 

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    Or try one of these six simple ways to wear one 

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    The bottom-center style works as a hijab! 

     

    These three styles work well with oversized stretchy scarves, like this one from H&M 

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    This sophisticated yet simple look  will trick people into thinking you’re put-together 

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    ….and won’t make you even more late than you already are.

     

    And this braided beauty will take any outfit from a 4 to a 10 

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    And with that, you’re set for the season. Scarf-wise, anyway.

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    By Salma Thanatos Rizk

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