Back with another scarf tutorial today with How To Make A Scarf Into A Snood. It’s a pretty easy look to create and one I wear frequently.
There are many ways to tie scarves to make different looks and over the past few weeks I have shown you a few of my favourites. Today’s look is really easy to create. Please follow the step by step instructions below and try it out for yourself.
The scarf in today’s outfit was gifted to me by Lylia Rose an award-winning, online accessories shop ran by a mum and blogger, Victoria. Everything in her store has free 1st class shipping and is priced under £14.99. She has some lovely scarves, jewellery and purses that would make the perfect gift for someone, or a little treat for yourself. I chose this Black Embroidered Flower Scarf, but there are also so many nice and unusual designs to choose from on her website.
As a treat for my readers, she is offering a discount code ‘JacquardFlower’ which gives you a 20% discount and it doesn’t expire, so feel free to make a note of it and use it to get a few bits. It’s a great place to get some christmas gifts or stocking fillers.
To get this look first tie two corners on each end of the scarf together to make one big loop and place over the neck.
When it’s on your neck cross over and then place the loop over your head.
You will then have the snood or infinity scarf effect. See below for the finished effect.
What do you think of this look please let me know?
Outfit Details and Shop The Look
Lylia Rose Scarf (20% discount code JacquardFlower)
H&M Long Sleeved Jersey Top in Plum
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