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  1. November 19, 2012
    Alyssa says

    I usually do some hap-hazzard draping when I put on chunky scarves. It never ends up looking the way I want, so I’m excited to try your method!

    Alyssa
    The Glossy Life

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  2. November 19, 2012

    such a cute post. Love this scarf and how you tied it!
    xo,
    nancy

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  3. November 19, 2012
    Eleanor says

    that’s a gorgeous scarf!! love it! :)
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  5. January 27, 2013
    Charity says

    I have a black blanket scarf (literally, it is a blanket, so much so that I use it in flights since they dint hand em out anymore) and I usually lay it out straight grab the opposite diagonal ends and do a tie similar to what you did! Love it! Big, drapy and so warm!!

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  18. October 24, 2014
    Alaine says

    i saw this on Pinterest and I’m so happy I saved it! I just bought a blanket.. Well scarf.. From Zara and had absolutely no idea how to wear it! Thank you thank you thank you!

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  19. November 2, 2014

    […] I absolutely love the idea of an oversized “blanket”-type scarf in a bold plaid pattern. It feels very this season, yet timeless as well, and the cozy factor is undeniable. Featured below are just a few stylish ways you can wear your scarf, at any age, plus keep scrolling for a round-up of our favorite blanket scarves {this one is in my cart!}. At more or less under $35ish, it’s a worthy addition to your closet, regardless of your geography. Wondering how to tie it up? Check out Amanda, from Advice from a Twentysomething (a favorite read), who shows you how. […]

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  21. April 27, 2015

    Luv this! Works with lite and shorter scarves also

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