Mesh Rose Pattern Scarf is so feminine and perfect for adding colour to your outfit. There is even a little sparkle detailing in some of the thread. Simple and not too bulky and easy to wear. Rose Pattern Scarf is perfect as an evening scarf. These evening scarves are popular in both summer and winter and can be perfect as a shawl wrap on cooler summer evenings.
Mesh Rose pattern scarf can can be worn in many ways. They can be used around the neck, head, waist, and even as a halter top.
If you have a scarf that isn’t too long or with fringed ends, doing a plain wrap-and-knot is a great option. Drape the scarf around your neck, and 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, bringing the tail end back to the front; it should be even with the other tail end. You can now leave the ends dangling, or tie them together in a regular knot, leaving the ends to dangle.
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 like, and you’re done.
Wear your scarf as a shrug. If you’re looking for a little extra coverage without a bulky sweater, try tying your scarf around your shoulders as a shrug. If your scarf is square, fold it diagonally in half to form a triangle; a rectangular scarf does not need to be folded prior to wrapping. Then, 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/back. Tie the ends together in a small knot in the front, and adjust the fabric a bit.