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How To Wear Your Scarf As A Jacket (In 5 Easy Steps)

Happy Sunday sweets! How was church today? It's the first Sunday in the month. Be grateful for where you are already in order to get to where you want to be.

Thought to show you what I wore to church today. 🙂

First of all, you need a long rectangular scarf. Check your wardrobe and look for the longest scarves. Then pick one. 

The pretty leopard print scarf I’m using here is about 70″ long x 26″ wide. The longer the scarf, the larger the arm openings will be. The width of your scarf determines how long it will be on your body, aka where it will hit: waist, hips, thighs, etc. Mine is 26″ wide and therefore, a fairly long jacket. The fringe on the ends of your scarf creates a fun detail on the front of your jacket.

Now the steps . . .

Step 1: Fold your scarf or fabric in half lengthwise.

Step 2: Grab the top two corners of your folded scarf or fabric.

Step 3: Tie both ends in a small knot with the least amount of fabric possible.

Step 4: Open your folded scarf and you should see two arm holes.

Step 5: You can now go ahead and slip your beautiful arms right through those holes 😉

Voila! There you have it! 
Go have fun!

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This is what I wore to church today. And of course, I received all the nice compliments politely

I decided to use a belt to look more well-put-together. You can either use a belt or wear without a belt to leave it flying.  You can even wear a long necklace to give your look that "extra vibe".

Meet Folake again. She was here
Meet Nnamdi. He was here

"Begin where you are. Don't wait for someone else to change things for you. Do it yourself." 
~ Norman Vincent Peale 

I was inspired to share this by the excitement in Folake's eyes when I revealed that the "jacket" I was wearing is actually a scarf. Lol.

Is this something you would like to try or have done before? Please leave a comment.

Keep exploring your creativity.
Stay inspired.

Posted by Nwamaka Ajaegbu 
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