Thursday, December 30, 2010

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 Different Ways to Tie a Shawl and Scarves & Wraps in the Cold Weather

    Experimenting with the many different ways to tie a shawl can be a great way to explore your feminine and creative side. Fashion is always fun and what better way to have fun than to maximize the use of our favorite versatile accessory – the shawl. This time however, let us explore the different ways to tie a shawl which is applicable not only as a fashion statement but also as must-have for these cold months. With the winter months upon us, these tips not only touch on the chic aspect of the various styles but also on the comfort that it brings. As a winter ascot: If you want to feel all snuggled up in cashmere luxury, then this style is simply the best for that winter wonderland walk. Creating this look wouldn’t take half a minute: loop the wrap in half, wrap it around your neck, and slip the ends through the loop, ascot style. Chic and comfortable, you couldn’t ask for more. Cowl style: Stoles or scarves wrapped too close to the throat could leave you feeling uncomfortable. For a more relaxed look to go with your favorite winter coat, try draping you shawl loosely around the neck, the ends trailing at your back. Then bring the ends back forward and position them in front, arranging them loosely to form a cowl. As an accent for jackets and sweaters: The usual evening wraps shawls, more than just being a very comfortable covering for the upper body, can also serve as an accent as well. Using an elongated scarf or stole for this, place the length around your neck with the ends coming over to the front, then tie the ends and adjust according to how it would best suit your attire. As a winter wear scarf: As the name implies, this style is most applicable during the cold months by keeping in that much needed heat while keeping you also looking your best. Spread wide your shawl and slip this around your shoulders, bringing the ends to the front while allowing some draping in the back to add elegance. While tying the ends in front may also be done, it is best to secure this in place with a matching shawl pin or stick. Indeed, while wraps and stoles are important fashion necessities, let us not forget their other important use: giving warmth. Combining these two would give you a potent combination for conquering the cold and doing it fashionably. Try out the different ways to tie scarves wraps shawls now.

    Cashmere Shawl w/Fur
    Ribbon Feather
    Bold Stripes
    Velvet Butterfly

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