This Fall Style Game Of Would You Rather Will Tell You How You Should Try Wearing Your Scarf This Season!

This fall, scarves are thin and silky. To help you navigate the scarf game this year with ease, take our quiz and we'll give you an ultra fashionable way to wear your scarf!

Elsa Amelia
Created By Elsa Amelia
On Oct 4, 2017

Sweater or Jacket?

Jeans or Midi skirt?

Leather or Suede?

Knee-High Boots or Booties?

Blanket Scarf or Infinity Scarf?

Beanie or Broad-Brim?

Velour or Satin?

Bold Matte or Moisturizing Nude?

Classic Foldover and Tie

Classic Foldover and Tie

For a classic look that's never going to go out of style, take a silky square scarf and fold it in half diagonally. Leave the apex of the new triangle hang down in front, then wrap each end around your neck and tie them in a knot in the front. Would you try this scarf trend? Talk to us about it in the comments below, and share with your friends to give them a scarf trend to try!

Bow Knot

Bow Knot

For this ultra feminine take on a classic cravat, all you need to do is gather your scarf together, and tie it in a bow at the front or side of your neck. For a cleaner take on this look, you can fold the scarf in half repeatedly until it has a thinner, more polished look and do the same. Would you try this scarf trend? Talk to us about it in the comments below, and share with your friends to give them a scarf trend to try!

Early 2000s Double-Cross

Early 2000s Double-Cross

This ultra simple scarf trend is perfect for a) the girl on the go and b) the child of the early 2000s. Simply take a long skinny scarf and wrap each end around your neck once, leaving the ends to hang down evenly in front. Would you try this scarf trend? Talk to us about it in the comments below, and share with your friends to give them a scarf trend to try!

Bolo Knot

Bolo Knot

For this bold, no-frills look, take an ultra skinny scarf and tie a simple knot at the front of your neck, leaving both ends to hang down long. Would you try this scarf trend? Talk to us about it in the comments below, and share with your friends to give them a scarf trend to try!