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Women's Shawls and Wraps

Women’s shawls and wraps are stylish, comfortable to wear and wearable in all seasons. The versatility of the scarf makes it the go-to accessory for almost any outfit. Wraps and scarves are available in lightweight or heavy material. The pieces can be worn casually or for elegant occasions.

When should you wear a scarf or shawl wrap?

There is no wrong time to wear a scarf. A shawl wrap is often worn to cover the arms or shoulders, or to provide warmth. Scarves can be worn to accessorize jeans, tees, dress wear and more. Consider pairing prints with prints for a more dramatic look in the summer. Scarves made of wool or heavy cotton are primarily worn during fall and winter.

What are different ways to tie ladies scarves?

The scarf is attractive and fun to wear. The ability to style or tie it in different ways makes it exciting and interchangeable with a variety of wardrobe options. There are classic or simple options for tying ladies' scarves. Try more sophisticated options to create a contemporary look. Here are a few suggestions for tying your next scarf:

  • French knot: this style slightly resembles the direction of the French braid. It’s easy to do and creates a classic and elegant style.
  • Necklace: this works well for the silk scarf. Loop it around the neck with a heavy or full portion of the scarf sitting just below the neckline. Tie a single or double closure in the back. This creates the illusion of a necklace.
  • Neck wrap: this is a great way to tie the scarf in cooler temperatures. It doesn’t need tying when wrapped correctly. Wrap the scarf around the neck several times to comfortably but completely cover the neck area.

How do you properly store your scarves?

A scarf can hang in the closet or be stored inside a separate container.  Protect the fibres by keeping it away from zippers or buttons that may snag the scarf. Air them occasionally if not worn often to prevent stuffiness.

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