Wear It Tied Around Your Neck As A Side Knot Necklace
Shop: Scarves & Bandana’s
I am obsessed over the entire bandana movement. Head Accessories in general are my favorite, like rings and headscarves, they could spice up your outfit that is everyday!
I am really excited about doing a blog post to Demonstrate how To use these head accessories giving ideas to create more to you.
Let’s do this!
- Tie Your Bandana
I Enjoy doing so with bandana’s, makes the appearance A ponytail. It adds a normal ponytail with barely any effort and a little sass. You could do a pony or high, but I normally go . Tip: Use a hair group first to fasten then blend the bandana on for support bandana neck scarf.
Double Tied as a Choker
Another way is as a dual tie choker Like you can view in the outfit under. This way of wearing my bandana took me a minute to get comfortable with, but I love how it looks with any plain shirt. The trick is to make certain that you fold the bandana super tight that loose ends are safe. It works better when you use a larger, square bandana.
This is my favorite way to style the bandana at the moment. This look can be worn by you during any season, making it ammmmazing! I typically coordinate the colors with the season to keep in theme (i.e. browns, burgundy, cool colours for fall). I usually will keep the outfit fairly easy with a simple white shirt and denim, letting the bandana or scarf supply that pop of colour to the outfit.
Wear It Happens Around Your Neck for a Front Knot Necklace
That is pretty much exactly the same thing as way No. 3 (as a Necklace), except rather than linking it into the side for a fancier look, tie in the front in which the knot is centered. I use it like that for work constantly — it’s such a look!
- Tying Your Braid’s End
If you’re sporting a outfit and want a bit extra Touch, you can tie the bandana in the conclusion of any type of braid. I love the dutch braid shown below, nevertheless, fishtail or normal braid works too!
Loving the look, but do not know where to shop for bandanas or scarves? Here are some of my favorite bandanas slash scarves:
Hope that this helps with bandanas or any adorable headscarves you have! Do y’all have some other methods to style a bandana or headscarves? Let me know, I would love to try out something new!
New Ways To Wear A Bandana In Your Hair – My Style Vita
I feel like it has been the year of the bandana. From incorporating It has been everywhere. I’m guilty of enjoying this tendency, however not wearing it as frequently as I should. With all these ways to wear it there’s really no excuse to not add it into your appearances more frequently. Since I coated 5 ways to use a neck scarf from the hair to your own bag, I thought it’d be interesting to talk about a few ways to wear it on your hair!
I have been growing my hair out today for a while (ended up Chopping off it which you can see here!) And this is definitely something that helps to dress up your hair and make it feel fresh in a pinch. It’s easy to get sick of your own hair but adding in a very simple bandana whether it is a very low ponytail, high top knot or anything in between, I’ve got you covered.
The only thing you need for these appearances is your Trusty, favorite bandana. You can use slick ones, cotton ones, whichever you prefer! There are so many options to shop now that there’s no way you can not locate One which suits your own style. Also, if you are afraid of a bandana, You can always opt for scrunchie versions or super skinny bandanas such as this one. It helps to take the guesswork out of it and may make this style a little less intimidating! Below are a couple of personal favorites.