5 Ways To Drape A Stole To Create Unique Outfits

You can style your stole in creative ways so as to look completely modish!

Kumari Rajnigandha
style a stole in different ways

A set of drop earrings may lend a touch of sophistication to your ensemble, while the wrong neckpiece might make you look overdone and flashy. The stole, on the other hand, is a must-have item. More so because of its adaptability – there are so many different ways to dress a stole to suit any occasion or outfit. And if you're wondering what those styles are that can completely change your look, we've got you covered. Here are five unique ways to use a stole that you may not have considered.

Modern One Loop

modern one loop

This is the most relaxed and stylish way to wear your stole. This is a non-gender specific style that looks good on both men and women. To get this look, wrap your stole around your neck with one end approximately at waist level and the other end below. Wrap the longer end once around the neck. Check the length of both ends and adjust the height to match. This look works best when paired with a casual pair of jeans and a t-shirt.

European Knot

This is a simple design that may be used with a variety of casual clothing. Because this is a unisex design, it looks good on both men and women. Fold the scarf in half so that one hand has two loose ends and the other has a loop. Wrap the scarf around your neck and thread the ends through the loop to make a knot. Make adjustments to your liking. Wear this design with a blazer to update your outfit.

Classic Drape

waterfall drape

This is the simplest way to drape a stole, scarf or even a shawl. This is a style that suits women of all ages. However, it is not a look that would suit a man. To have this look, drape the stole around the shoulders in one complete loop. Tuck the loose end back into the loop at the nape of your neck. To achieve a chic and modern look, wear this with jeans or tailored skirt and top.

Waterfall Drape

This is a common way to wear a scarf to give flair to a really casual outfit. Wrap the scarf twice around your neck, making sure the loops are tiny. Tuck one of the loose ends into the loop at the back of your neck. Adjust the cloth at this end of the scarf to create the illusion of a cascade. Make sure the other end of the scarf is short enough to be covered behind the fall.

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Turtleneck Drape

Wear the stole over your shoulder, with one end much longer than the other. Loop the longer end three or four times around the neck in the same way. Tie a basic knot with both ends of the scarf, then another knot with the excess fabric. Tuck the knot beneath the loop to conceal the extra cloth.

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Bunny Ear

style stole

Wear the scarf over your shoulder, making sure one end is longer than the other. Make a loop around your neck twice in the same way using the longer end. Make the same end of the scarf that you wrapped over your neck, fir through the second loop, and make a basic overhand knot with both ends of the scarf. Make the loops over the knot so that the two ends dangle off the loop to the side.

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