6 ways to wear a Blanket scarf

Hello beauties

If you read the post about what we received for Christmas (here), you saw that I received two beautiful blanket scarf.

I love them, but I’m not sure how to wear them. Because of, that I had the idea of doing a little research and do a post of outfits with a blanket scarf to help me and maybe help some of you.


I think this is the most fashionable way and the most stylish one.

Put an open scarf over your shoulders, and belt it with a skinny belt in your wait. Could be used casually, maybe with some jeans, rain boots, and a cardigan, but also can be used more fashionably, with leather skinny pants, heel boots, and a blazer or a cami. What do you think?


I think is the most normal and classic way to use, and the one I new and used.

Just need to form a triangle with the scarf and toss it around the neck.


Just put it through your back and bring the two ends together in front of you. This is the way to use a scarf as an accessory and not to protect it from the cold.

Infinnity Collar

When it’s too cold, I think this is the best way to use the blanket scarf. Just need to loop it around the neck as many times you can. in the end, tuck the ends inside. That’s it, and a good way to protect the neck and the throat.

Looped with a knot

Last but not least. This also a classic, but sometimes can be a little tricky if the scarf is too big. If not made correctly can look a little bulky.

We need to loop around the neck and do a knot in front, leaving some length of the ends loose.

The Front wrap

One of my personal favorites. I’m going to try to use it more this way. So easy and with a utility way of using it.

Just put it over your shoulders and wrap it in front of you. Almost like a cape but closed at the front.

Well this were the ways I chose to start using more my blanket scarfs.

Tell me what is your favorite way of using it, or if you use it in another way.

Thank you for reading.


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