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THREE WAYS TO TIE A BLANKET SCARF

November 17, 2015

By November 17, 2015fashion/outfit, Uncategorized
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The Triangle Wrap:

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The Loop Through:

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The Over the Shoulder

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When I got my first blanket scarf last year, it took me a little bit to figure out how to wrap it around my neck without looking like it swallowed me whole. I swear all the people on Pinterest made it look so effortless and easy, but it wasn’t easy for me. lol. Turns out, it actually is pretty darn easy. I just had to be smarter than the scarf. Ha! So if anyone else has the same struggles as me when it comes to blanket scarves, I thought I’d share my three favorite ways to tie one.

And just FYI, the blanket scarf I’m wearing is massive! It matches my living room decor so I’m thinking about using it as a throw blanket and then just grabbing it from the living room whenever I want to wear it as a scarf 🙂 

XO, Kacie

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