Fold the scarf to the width of preference. STEP 2
Decide whether you’d like the belt around your waist or hips. STEP 3
Tie the scarf on the side or in the front of your body and let the ends hang down.
Wrap the scarf around your shoulders like you would a regular shawl. STEP 2
Cross the left end over your right shoulder. STEP 3
Cross the right end over left shoulder. STEP 4
This will cover your shoulders and back.
Drape the scarf over your back and around your shoulders. STEP 2
Make sure the scarf is even on both sides. STEP 3
Wear the scarf up on your shoulders or down across your arms, with the ends hanging down.
Drape the scarf around your back. STEP 2
Pull the ends of the scarf up over your arms. STEP 3
Tie the ends of the scarf behind your back in a single or double knot. STEP 4
Let the ends hang down in back.
Fold a square scarf so the ends meet and form a triangle.
Place a scarf over your shoulders so that the longest straight end is at the top of your back and two triangles corners meet in front.
Make a square knot with these two ends in front.
Open the scarf wide and wrap around your hips.
Pull the ends to one side and tie to secure.
Center the scarf over the top of your head. STEP 2
Lay the scarf flat on your head. STEP 3
Throw one end of the scarf over the opposite shoulder.
Hold a circle scarf so that the seam is between your two hands.
Put one arm though the circle, then pull the other end of the scarf behind your back so that you can pull the other arm though, just as if you were putting on a jacket.
Make sure it lies flat on your back, then pull the top end over your shoulders.
Spread the circle scarf out wide. STEP 2
Put the widest part of the scarf over your head with the seam in the middle. STEP 3
Make a loop with the scarf in front of you. STEP 4
Pull the loop over your head so the scarf lies flat.