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SUCH GREAT LENGTHS

Use our video and styling tips to weave these eight easy scarf looks into your cold-weather wardrobe.

THE PEEK-A-BOW

A classic feminine icon, the lavish bow proves to be a chic weapon against cool temps if you're brunching uptown or on a Sunday drive.

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After you've tied your oblong scarf, flounce out the loops of the bow for eye-grabbing volume.

INFINITY x 2

In a rush on a cold morning? Just double-loop a cozy infinity scarf for a cool no-fuss, no-muss solution.

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THE URBAN MUFFLER

This popular take on the city-girl kerchief keeps your whole neck covered from the elements.

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You'll get more scrunchy volume around the neck and chin if you use an oblong scarf.

THE SNOOD

In case you get caught off guard by wind and rain, a wide-paneled infinity goes from scarf to hood in the literal flip of a wrist.

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THE TWO-PANEL NECKLACE

Double up with a two-panel scarf that lets you work individual sections differently, like a
drape and a necklace.

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Can't find a two-panel scarf? Line up two oblong scarves parallel to one another; then tie them together so the knot hides at the nape of your neck.

THE HEAD WRAP

Circle back to the glamour of yesteryear with a slender head scarf firmly
wrapped around your head.

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Send a bad hair day packing with a douse of dry shampoo and this retro look.

THE TRIPLE TWIST

Impress the street set with a pop of color twisted and looped threefold.

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For easy twisting, roll an oblong scarf into a long strand. After looping, tie the knot behind your neck.

THE BRAID

A decorative braid necklace changes up any outfit with elaborate crisscross detailing right at your décolleté.

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Don't be intimidated by the intricate detail of this look—it's actually super easy to pull off.

  1. Hang a wrap around your neck and cross it once so you have a half knot.
  2. Take the left end, cross it over the right end, and tuck it under and over the loop around your neck.
  3. Repeat Step 2 three times and leave the remaining fabric hanging.