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HOW TO WEAR CUSTOM MADE BANDANAS: 5 COOL WAYS

August 14, 2017

Bandanas, also known as kerchiefs or neckerchiefs, are the coolest accessories. They can be worn in many ways, are timeless and can be manufactured in different fabrics. If you are working on a tight budget, they are also more affordable than larger scarves. These are many good reasons to consider custom bandana scarves as a staff uniform accent or as special giveaways.

For a sophisticated touch, we recommend you choose silk-cotton bandanas. For a casual look you might prefer cotton bandanas. Do not hesitate to contact ANNE TOURAINE USA Custom Scarves and Ties to receive more advice regarding all the scarf fabric options we offer.

Here are five classic-chic ways to wear custom bandanas.

Modern cowboy: Fold your bandana diagonally in half and wrap it loosely around your neck. Tie the ends in the back.

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Chic Biker: Fold your bandana diagonally and wrap it around your head. Tie with a tight knot at the back of your head. Wear preferably low on the forehead.

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Stylish worker: Fold your bandana diagonally into a narrow band. Wrap around the neck. Tie with a double knot.

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It girl: Fold your bandana diagonally in half. Wrap it around your neck with the pointing tip to the front. Bring the two ends from the back to the front of your neck. Tie them above the pointing tip of your bandana.

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Sophisticated Lady: Fold your bandana diagonally into a narrow band. Wrap around your ponytail. Tie with a double tight knot.

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Say yes to custom made bandanas and trust ANNE TOURAINE USA Custom Scarves and Ties to create and manufacture your dream custom kerchiefs! Send us a request for quotation and we'll be in touch right away. 

 

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