5 Ways to Wear a Logo-Adorned Scarf
Below I've listed a few comfortable, stylish and impression-heavy ways to wear an imprinted scarf.
What you need: Silk or polyester/silk scarves like Wolfmark's Solid Color Silk Scarf are solid picks for this style.
What you do: Drape the scarf around the back of your neck and tie loosely in front so that it hangs by your collar bone.
Where's the imprint: Stitching on one end adds a personal touch.
What you need: A long thick circle or straight scarf like Source Abroad's Acrylic Knit Scarf will work nicely.
What you do: Continue to wrap it around your neck until your neck and collar bone are covered. If it is not a circle scarf, then tuck the ends into the middle folds so it stays in place.
Where's the imprint: This is the perfect opportunity for a pattern, because it promises impressions even when end-users are heavily bundled.
What you need: You can use a straight scarf like Cap America's USA Scarf.
What you do: Drape it around the back of your neck then bring each side over the front of your neck and to the other side.
Where's the imprint: This style allows for imprints on the middle or ends of the scarf.
What you need: Usually a shorter, fleece or knit scarf works best such as the Fleece Scarf from Digital Packaging Inc.
What you do: Fold the scarf in half, bring the fold on one side of your neck and the ends on the other. Pull the ends through the fold in front of your neck.
Where's the imprint: A custom design on one or both ends will pop.
What you need: A long, thin scarf is ideal. Try the Silken Fashion Scarf from FIEL–Fairdeal Import & Export Ltd.
What you do: Drape scarf around the back of your neck and take one end and throw it over the opposite shoulder.
Where's the imprint: With imprints on both ends of the scarf, an end-buyer can have impressions coming and going.