11 Gorgeous Ways to Style Your Scarves This Winter

Upstyle Trends
by Upstyle Trends

The weather is cooling down and that means that we can wear one of our favorite accessories, scarves! Scarves are a great way to add a pop of color to a monochromatic outfit and there are just as many styles as colors of scarves out there. Find out how you can make your own, customize one, or simply how to style your scarves to express your inner fashionista below!

Off-white oversized scarf

Oversize it

When in doubt, oversize it! Oversized scarves are the perfect way to make a statement without doing too much. Mjstyle.me allows this off-white oversized scarf to do the talking, pairing it with a casual outfit and a fun, floppy hat!

Colorful striped scarf

Brighten up a dark outfit

Karianna Skillberg is giving us all the fall feels with her fun, colorful scarf! It brightens up her monochromatic outfit without overwhelming and warms her up as well. It also looks super cozy!

Zipper scarf

Zip it up

Your scarves don’t always need to be oversized showstoppers. Sometimes small and simple is perfect for your outfit, like this fleece zipper scarf from Sosadie Designs. The blue and white stripes and gold zipper add a fun nautical flair to any outfit!

Rug scarf

Wrap yourself in a rug scarf

This cozy rug scarf from Little Birdie Designs will make you feel at home wherever you go! It’s perfect for those days when you’re extra chilly and your regular scarf just won’t cut it. This picture taken by Mallory + Justin certainly does it justice!

Fleece infinity scarf

Use it as a hood

If warming your neck isn’t enough, grab an infinity scarf and wrap it twice. Tessa Louise has a great fleece infinity scarf that doubles as a hood for when you want to channel your inner fairy tale!

Chunky cowl

Cozy up in a cowl

Cowls are a great way to keep warm without having to worry about a long, unwieldy scarf. This chunky cowl from Cozy Up Creations can be pulled down around your shoulders for some added warmth and style.

Plaid cowl

DIY it

Would you have ever believed that this adorable plaid cowl was made from a fleece blanket from Walmart? Branded Blue Design blows us away with her creativity, and that flat lay is EVERYTHING!

Black and white scarf

Keep it simple

You can’t go wrong with black and white, as Plucky Boutique shows us here. Jeans, a black sweatshirt, cute booties, and a black and white scarf make for a chic outfit for any occasion. 

Cowl scarf

Make it yourself

This lovely mustard cowl scarf was both designed and crocheted by Jelena Nemcenko. And guess what, you can grab the pattern from her Etsy shop and make one yourself in no time!

Plaid scarf

Play with color combos

In keeping with the yellow trend, our next scarf is this gorgeous grey and blue plaid scarf with a fun pop of yellow. Bibi’s Blankets made this stunner herself and we think it’s the perfect way to incorporate bright colors into your outfits without overwhelming them.

Arm knitting scarf

Make a fashion statement

Okay, okay, we know this is our third yellow scarf in a row but isn’t this giant mustard scarf an absolute showstopper?! This chunky scarf is arm-knit by Wool Art Design with the yummiest merino wool for a cozy scarf that is also fashion-forward!

Cape shawl

Be versatile

For our final look, we’re featuring a classic cape shawl that doubles as a scarf when needed. This grey and white striped shawl from Limelight Lane is a simple piece that can add extra warmth when needed. 

So which was your favorite? Have you made your own scarves? Let us know in the comments below! 

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