Scarves - the ultimate top layer. They’re great for adding a pop of colour, elevating an outfit, and for keeping you warm of course. Despite being a versatile accessory, sometimes the way we style our scarves can feel a bit tired. Here's how to switch up the way you wear your TBCo scarf (or any other scarf for that matter) to help give a new lease of life to your favourite accessory.
The TossA classic choice! When wearing your scarf long and loose just isn’t the vibe - flip one end over your shoulder for an effortless look. You may be thinking, “Why even include this style? This is so obvious”. BUT this style is super versatile depending on the size/style of the scarf you are wearing.
A take on the classic above, but way more convenient. Is your scarf always falling off your shoulder when you are cycling, shopping, working or even just living? Fear (k)not, for we have found your solution. Take both ends of your scarf and tie them in a neat knot in front of you, then swivel to one shoulder and tighten as required. You get almost the same effect as the Over-The-Shoulder, but with much better staying power. You can also pull the knot to create more body to the look as desired. Check out our Tik Tok for ultimate style inspo.
The Long & ShortFor those of us more sustainably minded, going out and buying a whole new long scarf to match this year’s trend might not seem like the best idea. So we say, fake it ‘til you make it! This look is simple to achieve: repeat your process for the Over-The-Shoulder but making the end of the scarf that will go behind you much shorter. Scarf Hiding Hack: put your coat over the scarf to hide the small end - no one will ever know! This style would be best for an Oversized Scarf, but you can find all of the scarf measurements you need here.
The Classic DrapeNow, this look is definitely about style rather than warmth. Got a great coat that does most of the work but needs a finishing touch? Then try tucking your standard sized scarf under the lapels of the coat to add that little something-something. We would also recommend this as a scarf storage hack for when your neck needs a little breather, but you can’t fit your scarf in a bag.
In this last style, your scarf is not only central to your look but it is the warmest way to wear your scarf in cold weather. How to do it? Wrap it around twice and tie the ends in a loose knot at the front. This easy-to-do style works as well for standard sized scarves as it does with a blanket scarf.