Have you ever wondered how many girls have effortlessly mastered the art of wearing Indian scarves when it is extremely hard for you to handle one? Well there is a secret behind this art of the scarves; there are simple techniques which have been mastered by them not only to make carrying scarves much easier, but to make them stylish as well. Here, you will learn the different ways you can carry scarves

The AXL Rose
The AXL Rose is a style which rock band members and their followers are particularly fond of. The scares are actually bandanas which are wrapped around their forehead. This look can be availed by men and women over kurtis and kurtas; men can look really dashing if they use it in place of a turban during wedding performances as well.

Tiny Cape
In this method girls and women can use their scarves as a drape over their shoulders to form a small cape. This style can give gowns a bit more charm as well.

Neckerchief
This look lets you cover your neck for chilly days, yet it makes you look incredibly stunning at the same time. Girls who prefer wearing kurtis can use this style and make it their own.

9 to 5
This scarf can be worn around ad under your collar with a small bow to tie it up. This apparel is appropriate for those working girls who wear indo-western clothes.

Boy Scout
Do not go on the name, this style has nothing to do with boy scouts. Floral bandanas make a great colorful scarf and they can be used in this look with kaftan, kurtis and a pair of Capri, or shorts and tunics as well.

Yacht Knot
You can use long Pashmina styled scarves for a bright new look especially during the summers by tying a low front knot but keeping it a bit loose. This style will look outstanding with some gowns and kurtis as well as tunics and indo-western looks.

Hat Bandit
You can tie your scarf around your hat by pinning it to give you a new look while wearing tunics or kurtis. This look is best during the summer.

Oscar Wilde
This scarf is tied as a big fluffy bowtie around the neck, and gets its name from its wild appearance. This scarf goes best with a few gowns, and kurtis.

Waist Cincher
This scarf can be worn as a belt around the waist and can be carried by girls who wear gowns, short kurtis, and short tunics.

Frenchie
This is a perfect elegant touch to an outfit. This scarf is tied around the neck with a small broach or ring.

If you thought scarves look good only when they our worn by our beautiful ladies in Indian outfits, you are mistaken my friends. Men also know how to carry scarves on kurtas, sherwanis and male kurtis well.

Classic Drape
First step lads have to do is hang the scarf around their neck so that both ends are perfectly parallel to each other and meeting on their chest. Next step is to pop up the collars of your kurtas or kurtis and pull off the look.

The Flip
Flip has been commonly seen amongst grooms wearing sherwanis and young boys wearing sherwanis and kurtas as well. The flip is like a drape. The first step is to drape the scarf around your shoulders. The next step is to flip one edge of the scarf over the opposite shoulder.

Who said boys can’t be fashionable as well?
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Have you ever wondered how many girls have effortlessly mastered the art of wearing Indian scarves when it is extremely hard for you to handle one? Well there is a secret behind this art of the scarves; there are simple techniques which have been mastered by them not only to make carrying scarves much easier, but to make them stylish as well. Here, you will learn the different ways you can carry scarves

The AXL Rose
The AXL Rose is a style which rock band members and their followers are particularly fond of. The scares are actually bandanas which are wrapped around their forehead. This look can be availed by men and women over kurtis and kurtas; men can look really dashing if they use it in place of a turban during wedding performances as well.

Tiny Cape
In this method girls and women can use their scarves as a drape over their shoulders to form a small cape. This style can give gowns a bit more charm as well.

Neckerchief
This look lets you cover your neck for chilly days, yet it makes you look incredibly stunning at the same time. Girls who prefer wearing kurtis can use this style and make it their own.

9 to 5
This scarf can be worn around ad under your collar with a small bow to tie it up. This apparel is appropriate for those working girls who wear indo-western clothes.

Boy Scout
Do not go on the name, this style has nothing to do with boy scouts. Floral bandanas make a great colorful scarf and they can be used in this look with kaftan, kurtis and a pair of Capri, or shorts and tunics as well.

Yacht Knot
You can use long Pashmina styled scarves for a bright new look especially during the summers by tying a low front knot but keeping it a bit loose. This style will look outstanding with some gowns and kurtis as well as tunics and indo-western looks.

Hat Bandit
You can tie your scarf around your hat by pinning it to give you a new look while wearing tunics or kurtis. This look is best during the summer.

Oscar Wilde
This scarf is tied as a big fluffy bowtie around the neck, and gets its name from its wild appearance. This scarf goes best with a few gowns, and kurtis.

Waist Cincher
This scarf can be worn as a belt around the waist and can be carried by girls who wear gowns, short kurtis, and short tunics.

Frenchie
This is a perfect elegant touch to an outfit. This scarf is tied around the neck with a small broach or ring.

If you thought scarves look good only when they our worn by our beautiful ladies in Indian outfits, you are mistaken my friends. Men also know how to carry scarves on kurtas, sherwanis and male kurtis well.

Classic Drape
First step lads have to do is hang the scarf around their neck so that both ends are perfectly parallel to each other and meeting on their chest. Next step is to pop up the collars of your kurtas or kurtis and pull off the look.

The Flip
Flip has been commonly seen amongst grooms wearing sherwanis and young boys wearing sherwanis and kurtas as well. The flip is like a drape. The first step is to drape the scarf around your shoulders. The next step is to flip one edge of the scarf over the opposite shoulder.

Who said boys can’t be fashionable as well?