NOW IT’S YOUR TURN...

You al­ready own a bunch, but it’s how you wear ’em that makes all the diff. Here, some ideas...

Cosmopolitan (India) - - UPFRONT -

Match your scarf to a printed out­fit for the ul­ti­mate print clash. The bolder,

the bet­ter.

THE KNOT

For a ter­ri­bly chic retro look, con­vert your scarf into a hair ac­ces­sory. The bow (be­low) is our

favourite.

Wrap the scarf around twice and pull the end through the two loops. Fluff up the front for a

ca­sual fin­ish.

THE HEAD TURNER

THE CLAS­SIC

This works best with a square scarf. Wear it like a choker with a bow to the side (very

Grace Kelly). Fuzzy, fluffy scarves

were all over run­ways! Keep your make-up sim­ple

with th­ese. Kim K shows that you don’t need a sarong for the beach. A long scarf works just as well, knot­ted in the

front or side.

Olivia Palermo

Let the scarf hang ver­ti­cally, then knot a belt over it. Bonus: this will ac­cen­tu­ate your

waist.

THE CLASH Kate Beck­in­sale

Kate Mid­dle­ton Fearne Cot­ton THE NECK WARMER Kim Kar­dashian Mi­randa Kerr Jen­nifer Anis­ton

THE COVER UP

THE BELTED-IN

Cro­chet-knit wool scarf,

Mis­soni, ` 8,300 ap­prox

Plaid scarf, Marc Ja­cobs, ` 7,263 ap­prox

Queen of hearts, Chinti and Parker, ` 22,470 ap­prox

Silk scarf, Tory Burch, ` 12,000

ap­prox Lina Wool scarf, Tem­per­ley

London, ` 16,300 ap­prox

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