Serial Cultura Demos 2 Cool New Ways To Wear A Scarf

Once the fog starts to roll in, there’s only one accessory S.F. ladies have their minds on, and that’s the ever-functional scarf. And with good reason, since bundling up in a cozy wrap-around keeps you both stylish and warm — no matter what chills the Bay blows our way. And while choosing between printed, fringed, or silky knits is already a tough call to make, its can be even more perplexing when it comes to actually wearing them.
To help avoid a literal pain in the neck, we enlisted the help of local brand Serial Cultura to show us two clever ways to curl around its gem- and marble-embellished bundles in a cinch. So, whether you’re looking for a classic twist to show off a print-tastic piece or a shawl-inspired take to stay extra toasty, these fresh binds will do anything but tie your style down. Read on for the step-by-step tutorials and rock this cold-weather cure — stat!
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Look 1: A layered knot to show off a pretty print.

Serial Cultura Rock Stripe Lapis Scarf, $120, available at Serial Cultura.

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Step 1: Layer the scarf around your neck and have ends hanging in the back.

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Step 2: Twist the ends back toward the front.

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Step 3: Loosen up the fabric around the neck.

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Step 4: Tie the dangling ends into a knot near the neck.

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Step 5: Layer the neck loop to cover the knot.

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Ta-da! A stylish wrap full of twists and turns.

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Look 2: The Shawl Collar

Serial Cultura Marble Dot Ebony Scarf, $120, available at Serial Cultura.

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Step 1: Place the front-facing scarf on your left shoulder.

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Step 2: Wrap the scarf around your body to meet the other end.

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Step 3: Tie the top ends into a knot.

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Step 4: Fold over the scarf at the top to create a collared look.

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And presto, that's a wrap folks!

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