All The Ways People Are Tying Their Thin Choker Scarves

Photographed by Christian Vierig.
It's not often that it happens, but every once in a while, there's a trending styling move that looks good with a huge variety of outfits, takes like a second to put on, doesn't require much fiddling with throughout the day, and also costs next to nothing. Right now, that thing is tying a thin choker scarf around your neck.

Go long with velvet tasseled one for a '70s psychedelic moment or tie a thin one in a bow for a New Wave ingénue vibe. Or, just pull your elastic headband down around your neck for a style move that's becoming a thing with teen celebs. It's a set-it-and-forget-it add-on that instantly upgrades your outfit. Click through to see a few ways it's been done on the street, so you can steal some ideas for the week ahead.
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A thin, black scarf tied twice can make a plain white tee look as chic as anything.
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In this instance, the scarf is tied in the back for more of a choker effect.
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A simple black choker can actually draw attention toward your décolletage.
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A little silk bandana does the same thing. The trick is to wear it with a low-cut shirt.
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Here, a striped band stands in the place of a patterned turtleneck.
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One-and-a-half loops is the classic method.
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