Scarfs are a fun accessory every wardrobe should have. When properly used, they add personality to any outfit. If you always tie your scarfs the same way, it's time to learn a new trick. This way you'll add variety to your wardrobe without spending a penny.
The flowy sheer scarfs are very femenine, so they match perfectly with the rosette we are going to make.
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Step 1: Materials
We'll only need a squared thin scarf. No safety pins, or needle and thread, unless you want to make it more permanent.
Step 2: Gather the Fabric
Fold the scarf on half forming a triangle.
Take one end, hold it tight, and begin gathering the scarf through the fold. I draw an orange line to show you where to gather the fabric. Make some turns and gather until you reach the other end.
Step 3: Wrap Around Your Neck
Knot tightly the ends to secure the flower.
Use the third corner of the triangle to tie it around your neck. And tuck it inside the flower.
Give it a try and complete your outfit with this beautiful accessory.
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