One Scarf Necklace. 3 Ways.

Easy-to-wear ‚Äď no fastening, no tangling‚Ķyes, really!

1. How to Get the French Knot Look

1. Extend the Scarf Necklace in half lengthwise and place the entire scarf necklace behind your head.

2. Pull both loops forward. Make the lengths very uneven, insert the long length through the loop of the short length. Let it hang. Lean forward, grab the strands beside your neck pulling them slightly away from your neck and give them a shake for stands to spread out and down. 

3.  Wear the Scarf Necklace French Knot Style behind a collar, frame a v-neckline, accessorize a strapless dress or finish off a high neck top.   

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2. Styled as a Double Loop

1. Place the Scarf Necklace over your head like a string of beads. Loop the Scarf Necklace around your head again like a string of beads.

2. Adjust the two loops to the desired lengths. Typically uneven lengths. Lean forward, grab the strands beside your neck and give them a shake for stands to spread out and down.

3. Wear the Scarf Necklace Double Loop for a more casual , less structured or defined look than the French Knot Style.

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3. Try Out the Triple Loop

1. Place the Scarf Necklace over your head like a string of beads. Loop the Scarf Necklace around your head again like a string of beads. Loop the Scarf Necklace a third time around your head.

2. Adjust the three loops to the desired lengths. Typically fairly even lengths. Lean forward, grab the strands beside your neck and give them a shake for stands to spread out and down. 

3. The Scarf Necklace Triple Loop is shorter and more of a BIB Necklace Look. Creates a striking statement piece. Also, ideal when something dangling is not appropriate (ie. cooking or bending down around small children) or wearing a simple t-shirt. 

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