Boho Tribal Women Scarf is perfect for adding colour to your outfit. Simple and not bulky. We love the tribal zig zag pattern. Gorgeous soft fabric to keep your neck warm this winter. We love the colours in this newly arrived Boho Tribal Women Scarf. This item won’t last long.
Scarves can be worn in many ways. They can be used around the neck, head, waist, or even as a top.
If you have a scarf that isn’t too long, doing a plain wrap-and-knot is a great option. Drape the scarf around your neck. Tug the ends so that one is hanging down about twice as long as the other. Take the long end of the scarf and wrap it around your neck. Bring the tail end back to the front. You can now leave the ends dangling or tie them together in a regular knot.
Try a traditional hacking knot. Possibly the most common way of tying a scarf, the hacking knot works well for scarves that are a bit on the longer side. Take your scarf and fold it in half, so that you have two tail ends together and a loop on the other end. Wrap this around your neck and pull the two tail ends through the loop. Adjust the ends and the loop to your liking.
As a Shawl. Wear your scarf as a shawl or shrug. If you’re looking for a little extra coverage without a bulky sweater, try tying your scarf around your shoulders as a shrug. Drape your scarf around your shoulders so that the two ends are held open in the front, and the bulk of the scarf is resting on your shoulders or back. Tie the ends together in a small knot in the front, and adjust the fabric a bit.