12 Ways How To Wear Bandanas & Stand Out From The Crowd
Bandanas are quite an iconic accessory! Personally, I can’t see a red paisley bandana without thinking about the cowboys and the image of the “Wild West” from my childhood. But bandanas may also remind you of Rosie the Riveter, 80’s hair metal bands, motorcycle gangs, and more! People have been wearing bandanas for both function and fashion for decades, and it’s easy to see why!
Today I’ll be sharing how you can use our cool bandanas that you may or may not have considered.
- Face shield: Start with the tube scarf on your neck, then pull it up to just below your eyes. This style is ideal to protect against dirt, dust, rain or cold.
- Bandana: Take your tube and turn it inside out. Put both of your arms through the garment and cross the grab the ends of opposite sides of the tube. Pull both ends to form a knot at 1/3 from the end of the tube – shape it a bit so the opening is large enough to fit your head. Place on your head and adjust the knot until the fit is perfect. You can wear it under your helmet without having to adjust the helmet size.
- Neck Gaiter: Keep it around your neck but pull it up over your chin and the back of your neck. A great way to protect against windburn when cycling.
- Wristband: Wrap around your wrist enough times till the fit is snug, a great way to absorb sweat on runs.
- Eskimo: This covers most of your head and is excellent for staying warm. Keep the front of the neck scarf under your chin, and pull them back up to cover your head.
- Balaclava: Start off with the hood, then take the material from just under your chin and double it up and pull up to cover your nose for added warmth or sun protection.
- Sahariane: One of the most classic ways to wear a bandana. Turn it inside out, lay it flat over your head with the openings at the front and the back. Open the top layer of the tube, hold inside with a hand over your forehead and with the other hand pull the top layer down over your head to form a cap shape.
- Do-rag: A simple do-rag pulled over your head and left open at the back means you can protect your neck from the sun.
- Pirate: Start off with the hairband look, then pull the tube scarf back – perfect for bad hair days!
- Beanie: First grab your neck tube and turn it inside out. Place one end of the tube on the top of your head, and then twist it in the centre at least twice. Then take the opening above the twist and pull it down over your head.
- Headband: Wear the neck warmer around your forehead to keep pesky hair at bay or absorb sweat when you’re on a long hike. Scrunch it up for a more casual look or fold it to look like a pro.
- Ponytail: Like a simple scrunchie, wrap the neck gaiter around your ponytail to hold your hair back.
But wait, did you see the bandanas sold at retail stores.
Bored with the traditional pattern? Here come something pretty cool and eye-catching bandanas that are 3D printed into various funny patterns with extremely rich and vibrant colors! Easy to match your cool outfits and offering an awesome frightening and funny visual impact in your costume party or outdoor activity.