How to style an oversized scarf for winter

It’s come to our attention that it is pretty chilly outside. Whilst we have nailed the art of choosing the right winter coat and snuggly jumpers, there is one accessory that EVERYONE is talking about right now… the oversized scarf.

Oversized scarves, or blanket scarves have been dominating our Instagram feed for the last few months and it’s easy to see why. A big hit with influencers and cosy gals alike, they are the must-have accessory of the moment. When the temps drop, there is no other option but to make your WHOLE outfit revolve around your coat, making it difficult to show off your personal style. Oversized scarves are an easy hack to instantly elevating your winter wardrobe.

Whether you are heading out to work, sipping mulled wine at Winter Wonderland or just running errands, you will NEVER regret reaching for the blanket scarf on your way out of the house.

HOW TO WEAR AN OVERSIZED SCARF

The sheer size of an oversized scarf can be a little daunting, but we guarantee that it will be your new favourite accessory in no time. Take a look at how our fave influencers are wearing women’s scarves on the gram.

THE INFLUENCER GUIDE TO STYLING BLANKET SCARVES

COLOUR COORDINATION

Opt for a scarf that complements your favourite winter coat. This could be a bold colour pop, or something simple and monochrome.

@anigodhaniya

NEUTRAL TONES

Play it safe, but make a big impact. Select a white scarf and be safe in the knowledge that it will match a whole host of lighter tone coats and jackets.

girl walking across road in green coat
@ameliakay__

WITH A JUMPER

Oversized scarves aren’t just for the sub-zero days. By styling your scarf with a jumper and a cute hat, you have a cosy outfit that strikes the balance for those ‘in between’ days.

girl wearing hat and scarf with hand on her hip
@_amystokes

COSY UP A NOT-SO-COSY OUTFIT

Sometimes a big winter coat just doesn’t match your vibe. Whether you are going out for day drinks, meeting friends or just dressing up for the sake of it, an oversized coat can turn your ‘fit from not-so-practical to perfect. That extra layer can help you cosy up a leather jacket or a trusty blazer.

girl wearing checked scarf
@diocrowe

THE STATEMENT SCARF

The most simple way to style a blanket scarf is by making it the focal point of your outfit. Team a bright coloured scarf with an oversized black coat. Style with black jeans or tights and boots. Simple and chic, the scarf will pop instantly.

girl wearing checked scarf stood in the street
@zoehudsonx

THE BOLD TYPE

This outfit really said ‘go bold or go home’ and we are here for it. Don’t be afraid to play around with clashing colours, because it can really pay off. Mix and match a few tones throughout your whole look, then just throw on your fave scarf. It’s not that deep, just go for it.

girl wearing multicoloured cardigan looking away from camera
@taramays25

COLOUR POP

If you have a bright coloured scarf and you are unsure how to style it, then just keep it super simple. Opt for all-white or all-black and then draw focus to the scarf easily.

girl standing in snow wearing white outfit
@alexxcoll

A CASUAL MOMENT

A simple way to make a blanket scarf look effortless is by simply throwing it on over your normal day-to-day outfit. Add a statement piece to your regular puffer and jeans look for a quick transformation.

girl wearing all black and coloured scarf
@junabanda

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