How to Style Scarves

As part of my I’m featuring a new look each week with different styles that feel so right during the Fall. I do a new look every day on Instagram with a video with tips and tricks on how to style the outfits. Each post is linked to LIKEtoKNOW.it with suggestions for your favorite pieces. Click on the photos to check them out!


5 days – 5 outfits and here’s the round up!


I’m so very excited that the time has come in New England to don our scarves. And believe me, I’ve a plethora of them! I’ll be showing you all kinds of scarves and my videos will give you tips and tricks on how to tie them.


DAY 1

In this post, this lightweight oversized scarf has plenty of detail and patterns all over. I tied it simply with the ends hanging loose to follow the lines of this jacket I got from the Nordstrom Anniversary sale! I’ve been waiting to wear it and I do feel very Matrix in it 👍

Day 2

Day 2 of Scarf Week – to infinity and stay warm!


I love the simplicity of Infinity Scarves – it’s a big circle so you don’t have to worry about loose ends flopping around and they can be looped just once or a few times. I’ll show you what I mean in today’s video!


This outfit just feels like a crisp Fall day – which it is here in New England now. Woke up to high 30s this morning and I don’t think 2020 is going to turn the heat back on 🥶

Day 3

Well I said it and I was fooled AGAIN! It’s in the 80s today in the Boston area – no place for big snuggle scarves! So I decided to use one of my smaller scarves to show another kind of scarf to wear in the Fall. More decoration than heat conserving.


I love to add colorful scarves to my outfits – especially when going more monochrome – like with this light blue buttondown from Grayson and Lucky flares!


I’ll show a few ways to use you smaller square scarves in my video – check it out!

Day 4

Day 4 of Scarves Week – knot a bad idea 😂


I may be the worst at puns 🤣


I wanted to bring back the oversized scarf look today to show you what you can do past just wrapping them around your neck.


Today I decided to knot my scarf so that it hangs in the front of the outfit. Seriously, these scarves are a lot of fun to play with so check out my video so you can see all the great ways you can work a colorful scarf into your look.

Day 5

And now for the ultimate Fall scarf – the Blanket Scarf 🧣


This is the scarf everyone loves in plaids and as fluffy as they can get. This is the scarf that fills your Pinterest feed from September to March. And I’m going to show you how to wear them in today’s video 😊🎉


It looks great with leather jackets, winter coats, denim jackets, trench coats – and it is the star of the show, baby! A true New England look – I paired it with skinnies tucked in a black bootie and a dreamy soft leather trench jacket. The red really pops with a crisp white buttondown on underneath. Don’t over accessorize because everyone’s checking out the main event.

Follow along with me every week on Instagram ( @styledefiner) for up-to-date styling tips and tricks!


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3 comments
  • Rachel Jonas
    Rachel Jonas
    on Jan 17, 2021

    Such great scarves!

  • Mellissa
    Mellissa
    on Jan 20, 2021

    I love scarves and have many of them, including some I've crocheted myself. Unfortunately, I have a very short neck and broad shoulders so I feel I sometimes a scarf is too much for my shape. Any ideas?

    • Defining the Style
      Defining the Style
      on Jan 23, 2021

      Hi Melissa, A great way to take out the fullness of a scarf is to fold it in half before wrapping it. This works well with oversized rectangular and square scarves. If you are using an inifinity scarf, I suggest not wrapping it twice. Let it all hang! This will elongate your body by creating longer lines. Hope that helps!


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