Editor’s Note: See how we created a second look with a winter sweater (which can also easily be recreated with an oversized winter scarf).
Despite the fact that we were just at the beach this past weekend (we know…but you were there with us in spirit), we realize that many of you are currently walking around with potatoes in y our pockets and three layers of silk long johns. It’s cold and that midwest and east coast snow just won’t let up even though spring officially starts in 10 days. Since we have to deal with mother nature until she’s through with us, the best thing we can do is make the best of the situation. Over here we’re wearing Havaianas and tank tops but that’s not stopping us from thinking of ways to help our sisters keep their hair on fleek and ears warm. Look no further than the winter scarf head wrap (or The Sweater Head Wrap if you want to take it up a notch).
This has the be one of the easiest head wraps to do. You simply take a warm, medium thickness (or heavy if you can roll like that) knitted scarf and center it on the back of your head. Cross it in the front, cross it in the back while moving up your head and repeat this until you have small ends left which you simply tuck in wherever it looks best on the wrapped part of the scarf. If you’re afraid tucking is not enough, take some black bobby pins and stick them to the scarf ends and throughout the scarf for more security.
A few things will happen with this winter scarf head wrap. The first is your head will be super warm which means that your body temperature will not drop as fast since your head helps to regulate your overall body temperature, your ears won’t end up feeling like icicles and you’ll look hella dope. Stay warm out there, ladies!