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The Bunny Ears
- Fold your scarf into a triangle then fold the long side over, roughly 1 inch.
- Keep rolling the scarf until you reach the end.
- Place the band around your head and tie the knot with the two ends. Depending on how long your scarf is you may need to do a double knot, or just let the ends hang!
- Fold your scarf into a triangle
- Place on your neck, folding the ends around your neck and bringing them to the front
- Either let the ends hang or tie into a knot
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The French Twist
- Fold your scarf into a triangle then fold the long side over, roughly 2 inches.
- Keep folding until you reach the end of your scarf, you should be left with a long 2 inch wide band.
- Centre the scarf in front of your neck, then wrap the ends back around, so they reach the front. Finally tie these ends together on the side to create a chic knot.
- Roll your scarf into a long thin band. Start by tightly wrapping one end of the scarf at the bottom on your bags handle, then carry on wrapping the scarf over this end to secure it tightly.
- Carry on wrapping the rest of the scarf around the handle, making sure to constantly overlap the material.
- When you reach the end simply tie the remaining material so that it hangs
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The Turban Wrap
- Fold a large square scarf in half to make a triangle; fold the long edge over again by one to two inches
- Place the folded edge of the scarf over half your forehead and the body of the scarf over your head
- Tie ends into a knot at the back of your head
- Loosely roll your scarf. Wrap around your wrist
- Tie the ends and tuck them in or let the ends hang
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- Loosely roll your scarf. Place it around your neck
- Gently tie the ends to create a loose bow
- Fold your scarf into a triangle.
- Starting with the short end, fold the scarf to create a long band. This can be as thin or thick as you like it, depending on what style you want to go for.
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Borrowed from the Boys (The Tie)
- Loosely roll your scarf. Drape it around your neck so that the ends are both equal on each side
- Take the right side and wrap over the left side, then under, and over again
- Pull the right side up towards your chin, then tuck under the fold.
- Simply loop the scarf through the belt holes on your trousers, or if wearing a dress just tie the scarf around your waist.