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Can I wear a scarf with a round face?
Old 11-29-2012, 06:12 PM
 
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I am chubby and I have a round, full face. I have seen so many great scarves, but don't know if I can pull it off. What is your opinion? Is there a type of scarf/knot that works better for round faces?

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Old 11-29-2012, 06:23 PM
 
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I wear them all the time. I think they look very nice on chubby people. You can look online for all different ways to tie them. Try and see which looks best. Get some fabulous ones and have fun!!
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Old 11-29-2012, 06:34 PM
 
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I've never even though about face shape and scarves. I say try it and see what you think. There are so many ways to wear them. I have issues with scarves because I have an extremely short neck and large chest. I also have a round face. The no-neck and big-boob issues are more prominent to me.
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if you're cold, wear it
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I have a few ways to twist and pull the ends through that elongate the scarf in front. I think it helps like a v-neck compares to a crew neck sweater. It's hard to describe, but search for ways to wear a scarf and see what you find.


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Scarves are awesome and I think you'll look great wearing one! I agree that tying it a bit lower/not too close to the face is a great idea and if you google you'll find many interesting ways to wear them.
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Old 11-30-2012, 06:33 AM
 
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Pull the ends through that elongate the scarf in front. I think it helps like a v-neck compares to a crew neck sweater.
I am also chubby with a round face and this is what I do. As long as you don't tie it right up under your chin it actually elongates your face and neck. I am also big busted and I feel like the ends of the scarf hanging down kind of hide that area. I don't buy thick, bunchy scarves. All of mine are made of thin material.

Good luck, a scarf can really pull an outfit together!
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