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 How To Wear Pashmina Scarves

Method 1 of 2: Wearing Your Pashmina Around Your Neck
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    Try a traditional twist. Unfold your scarf so that all the material is exposed. Then, wrap the scarf around your neck once. Tighten the loop around your neck, or leave it loose and hanging near your bust. You can choose to have the tails hanging in either the front or around your back.
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    Wrap it in a classic knot. Wrap the scarf around your neck so that both the tail ends are hanging in the front. Then, simply tie a knot like you would to tie your shoes. You can tighten this knot to sit at the base of your throat, or you can leave it loose for a more casual look.
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    Tie a chain-link knot. Start your scarf off as you would for a classic knot, with one loose knot at the front of your neck. Then, take the ends and begin to make a double-knot with the scarf. However, instead of pulling the knot tight, leave 3-6 inches (7.6-15.2 cm) of space between your first and second knots to form a ring. Continue adding these loose knots to create the appearance of a chain.
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    Make a twisted knot. Wrap your scarf around your neck so that both the tail ends are hanging in the front. Then, tie a loose knot slightly above your bust with both the tail ends. Take each tail end and wrap it around the loop 2-3 times to make the edge look spiraled. For a simple look, wrap each tail around the spiral only once.
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    Tie a hacking knot. Fold your scarf in half lengthwise so that you have a loop on one end and two tails on the other. Wrap the scarf around your neck, and pull the two tail ends through the loop. You can pull this knot tight to your neck or leave it loose, allowing it to drape gently.
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    Create a double hacking knot. Follow the steps for a basic hacking knot by wrapping your scarf around your neck so that you have a loop and two tails. Then, pull a single tail through the loop and twist the loop to form a ring. Pull the second tail through this ring and adjust the scarf to your liking.
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    Scarf braid your pashmina. Fold your scarf in the style of a basic hacking knot, with a loop on one end and two tails on the other. Pull one of the tails through the loop, and then twist the loop to form a ring. Pull the second tail through this loop, and then twist it again to form a new ring. Put the first tail back through this new ring, and continue the pattern until you run out of scarf material to braid.
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    Make a knotted loop. Drape your scarf loosely around the front of your torso so the two tail ends are hanging over your shoulders down your back. The loop should drop slightly below your bust or lower. Tie the scarf in a tight double knot in the back, with the two tails hanging together along your spine. Pull your scarf forward and stretch out the fabric along its width to give the loop a pretty drape.
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    Tie your scarf into a bow. Follow the same directions you would to tie your shoes; wrap your scarf around your neck and tie it in a loose knot. Then, create two half-loops (bunny-ears) out of the tails of the scarf. Cross these to form an x, and then wrap one under and between the two loops. You should be left with a large bow which you can twist and adjust to your liking.
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    Create a pashmina tie. Tie your pashmina the same way you would a men's tie. Wrap the scarf around your neck so that the two tails are in the front, with the right tail being a little longer than the left tail. Take the right tail and wrap it over and around the left tail, so that it is back on the right side. Wrap it again over and under the left tail, but when you get to the underside pull it up through the loop around your neck, and down through the smaller loop you just made on the left tail. Adjust the fabric and tighten or loosen the pashmina to your liking.
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    Create a faux-infinity scarf. Tie the two ends of your pashmina together to create a loop. If your pashmina has fringe, use a few pieces of fringe to double-knot together. If not, use the corners of the rectangle; you should tie two knots at the two places where the corners meet. Then, place this large loop around your neck so that the knots are along your hairline. Double the loop around to create a large circle scarf with no ends hanging down. For a tight look, you can triple-loop the scarf.
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    Make a sliding knot. Wrap your scarf around your neck so that both of the tail ends are laying across your front. Adjust one tail so that it is slightly longer than the other tail. On this longer side, tie the tail into a knot. Then, take the loose tail and pull it through the center of the knot. You can then slide the knot up or down, and pull it to be loose or tight as you like.
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    Create a pretty loop. Place the scarf around your neck so that the two ends are in the front. Tie a basic knot with the two ends, but make one end slightly longer than the other. Leave the knot loose, and then grab the middle of the tail that is longer and pull it out of the top of the knot a bit. This should leave a pretty loop that drapes over the top of the knot, with the two tail ends showing from underneath.
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    Tie your scarf in a faux-bandana style. Drape your scarf over your chest so that the ends are over your shoulders running down your back. Then, cross these around your shoulders so that they are draping down your front. Tie the two ends together in a tight double-knot at the level of your bust, and adjust the scarf to drape loosely over your chest.
Method 2 of 2: Wearing Your Pashmina in Other Ways
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    Wear your pashmina as a shawl. Open your scarf so that it is unfolded completely and the entire scarf is exposed. Wrap it around your back and around your shoulders, so that the ends hang loosely between your arms and your sides. If you want to secure the scarf, tuck the ends back behind you under your armpits and tie it in a double knot.
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    Make your pashmina a fashionable cape. Unfold your scarf so that all of the fabric is exposed. Wrap it around your back so that the tail ends are wrapped around your chest. Then, tie the scarf in a double-knot and adjust the fabric so that it drapes nicely down your front with the knot slightly above your bust.
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    Create a tight head scarf. Twist your scarf up so that it is rolled or folded several times over and is not very wide. Drape the scarf just above your hairline with the tail ends running down your back. Then, tie the scarf in a knot tight against the nape of your neck. Wrap the ends of the scarf back around the front/top of your head on your hairline, and then tuck the ends into the scarf loop around your head.
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    Make a casual hair tie-back. Fold your scarf up so that the fabric is a bit thicker and not very wide. Wrap the scarf along your hairline above your forehead and let the ends hang down your back. Then tie the scarf in a double-knot at the nape of your neck so that it will not slide off. Leave the ends trailing down your back, or sweep them forward over your shoulder to hang down your front.
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    Wear your scarf as a belt. If you are wearing a skirt or a dress and want to accentuate your waist, wrap your scarf around your waist and tie it in a knot. Leave the ends hanging loose, or wrap it around your waist again and tuck the ends back into the loop.
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    Wear your scarf as a skirt. If you want to have a loose-fitting skirt or cover-up for your bathing suit at the beach, try using a pashmina scarf. Open the scarf so that the entire thing is exposed. Then, hold one end flat to your side and wrap the other around your body 1-2 times until the end meets the first end you are holding to your side. Tie the two together with a double-knot to secure it.



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