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Scarves add flavour to a girl’s wardrobe

Scarves are a big addition to the wardrobes of women, especially the college and university going bunch. They add a special twist to the smartness quotient and are a big fashion boost to the personality you present through your choice of clothing. Nowadays, scarves are not limited to covering the neck mainly as winter-wear in the country. Summers, springs, fall; scarves are an all-time affair and designed to suit the season and occasion as well. There are several ways of donning the scarf: be it around your neck or using it as a shrug or to accessorize your camisole. You can wear them with indo-ethnic or western attires. Here are some of the pictorial representations of donning the scarf in style.  


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From top to bottom; left to right:

1. The sleeveless shrug tied with belt. This one goes well if you wear a colourful camisole and a thicker fabric of scarf as shown in the picture.

2. Just a wraparound your chest for far more casual looks like a casual visit nearby.

3. This one is a unisex style. Might want to pair it with something indo western.

4. Wrap it twice after folding it in a rectangle. You can also make an airhostess bow with a thinner scarf material tying a bow to the right.

5. This is a very suave style looking like thick cloth armory. Tuck in the edges inside your shirt collar or just wear it to flaunt your pretty scarf patterns.

6. The commonest way of carrying long scarf with a kurti, Indian or indo eastern garments. This style goes with long skirts too

7. Full sleeved shrug/shirt style. You wear this one with a belt and  a camisole or strapless top howsoever you please. Works pretty much like a shirt.

8. New and trendy and chic. This style emulates wearing a shrug with the edges tied around the chest. This style sure looks sexy enough for a casual date or small scale party.

9. This style is most apt if you feel your top or kurti is too plain and monochrome. This style keeps your hands free for use without having to bother adjusting your scarf. A perfect style for wearing to class or while travelling.

Apart from this, you can always wear the scarf as a bandana for your head or make it function as a dupatta. Whatever style you choose, make sure to have a good collection of scarves amongst your wardrobe-essentials. They come in real handy!

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