As someone who is always cold, I love wearing blanket scarves during Fall and Winter to keep warm and add an extra layer to my look. Blanket scarves are so versatile and can give you multiple looks just by tying them differently. Here, I’m wearing the same 52 x 52 square blanket scarf, but showing you 15 different looks. Blanket scarves also come in rectangular shapes, but in my opinion, these are a little harder to style different ways.
Most looks with a blanket scarf start with the same basic fold. Fold it in half by taking one corner of the scarf and fold it to the opposite side, making a triangle shape. I lay mine on the floor to get the edges nice and even. The magic trick to styling a blanket scarf is taking the time to fluff it up. Pull it apart and/or fold it under to finish each look. This also helps pull the scarf away from your neck if you’re feeling overwhelmed by the material. You can see exactly how to do this in the video below.
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How to Wear a Blanket Scarf: 15 Ways
How To Wear Blanket Scarf Quick Guide:
Click the look you want to see in this post
- Classic Blanket Scarf
- Cleaned up Classic Styled Scarf
- Knotted Classic Scarf
- Classic Wrapped Scarf
- Twisted Classic Scarf
- Asymmetrical Classic Scarf
- Twisted Infinity Scarf
- Tied Infinity Scarf
- Infinity Scarf
- Tied Blanket Scarf
- Looped Blanket Scarf
- Simple Blanket Scarf
- Less Bulky Classic Scarf
- Poncho Styled Blanket Scarf
- Belted Blanket Scarf
Scrunch up the top and lay the pointed end over your chest.
Cross the ends around to the front
Fluff up the blanket scarf to finish the look
#2 Cleaned up Classic Styled Scarf
Tie the ends of the scarf under the blanket scarf to hide the tails.
This will give you a clean look
#3 Knotted Classic Scarf
Tie the ends on top of the triangle for a knotted look.
You can do a single or double tie depending on the look you like.
#4 Classic Wrapped Scarf
Tuck the two ends into the neck of the blanket scarf.
#5 Twisted Classic Scarf
Twist one end into the neck of your blanket scarf then look it through in the front
#6 Asymmetrical Classic Scarf
If you’re overwhelmed by all the fabric of a blanket scarf you can throw one end behind you and rock an asymmetrical look.
#7 Twisted Infinity Scarf
Tuck the point under the neck to give it a twisted infinity scarf look.
#8 Tied Infinity Scarf
Take the ends out of the scarf and tie them together.
You can tie it once and pull it to the side or tie it twice and let it hang down
#9 Infinity Scarf
Tuck the knot under the blanket scarf for a simple infinity look
#10 Tied Blanket Scarf
Form a single tie around your neck and pull it slightly to the side.
#11 Looped Blanket Scarf
Grab the middle of the blanket scarf and bring the two ends together.
Look both ends through the scarf
#12 Simple Blanket Scarf
Drape the blanket scarf around your shoulders for a simple look
#13 Less Bulky Classic Scarf
Follow the same steps from #1, then tuck the tip of the triangle under the middle of the blanket scarf
#14 Poncho Styled Blanket Scarf
Put the tip of the triangle in the back and drape the open ends around your shoulders.
You may also be interested in how to wear a blanket scarf like a poncho to see the look mentioned in the video
#15 Belted Blanket Scarf
Add a fitted belt around your waist to your poncho or scarf to flatter your figure.
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I hope this post inspired you on how to wear a blanket scarf! Be sure to pink the image to reference the post when you need to and share the video if you thought it was helpful!
Thank you so much for reading
xo Amanda John