How To Wear A Bandana?
Wear A Bandana: A front tie bandana look is an easy and classic way to wear a bandana around your neck. To make this look, fold the bandana in half corner to corner to make a triangle. Drape the triangle over your shoulders, then bring in the two corners and tie them at the front of your neck. Wear the bandana in front of your face.
Did you know that the bandanas can be traced back to the 18th century? Yes! People back then were much cooler and badass than we thought they were. Anyway, just like a lot of the retro styles, bandanas are back too! It’s like a rescue ranger for your bad hair days. Not just that, they double up as accessories and more.
How To Wear A Bandana Men
When it comes to accessories for men, the bandana is a classic and timeless choice. This simple yet versatile item can be worn in many ways and is perfect for adding a stylish edge to any look. Far from just a piece for bikers and pirates, the bandana can suit any gent when worn the right way. So, whether you’re attending a festival, meeting up with friends on the weekend or heading to a smart casual event, a bandana can make an excellent addition to your outfit. In this guide, we look at the many ways that these fabric accessories can be worn and styled by gents.
Also known as a kerchief, a bandana is a large triangular or square piece of cloth. Bandanas are traditionally worn around the neck or head for protective or decorative purposes. However, today, both men and women wear them in a variety of ways, including around the wrist, from the waist, and even as a pocket square. Classic bandanas are colored and generally feature a white paisley print, but there are many more options available today. As such, when shopping for a bandana, you’ll be able to choose from a wide range of colors, patterns, fabrics, and sizes.
How To Wear A Bandana On Your Head
For a bolder and more rock-and-roll look, you can try tying your bandana around your head. This look is a favorite of musicians and perfect for achieving a statement style. It’s also an excellent choice for gents with long locks. Try it for yourself when attending your next festival or gig. To achieve the look, start by choosing the perfect bandana. You can either keep your appearance subtle with a neutral color like black or go bold with a vibrant hue. Once selected, lay your bandana flat. Then, fold it lengthways multiple times into a long rectangle. Finally, tuck in any loose corners and tie it around your head. To complete your look, pair your bandana with a casual and cool streetwear outfit.
How To Wear A Bandana In Your Hair
- Brush your hair thoroughly to remove any tangles.
- Now with a teaser comb, randomly tease the front and crown part of your hair.
- Assuming you are having a bad hair day, tie your hair up in a high pony, tease it a little for a messy look.
- Tie your bandana like this.
- Now, bring the bandana from under your ponytail, so that the loose ends are at the top.
- Adjust the bandana, and tie it up in one or two loops. Ensure it is intact.
- You can try different variations with your hair left open or tied down, a messy bun, etc.
- Looks great with both long and short hair.
- It’s called biker style, simply because men and women tie up a bandana on long drives. It’s both stylish and protects your hair. In simple terms, it looks like a ‘do-rag’ look.
- Brush, tease and leave your hair.
- Just fold the bandana into a half.
- Now, wrap it around your head, bringing the loose ends to the crown area.
- Tie them up, and you are done.
- You can try this look with a messy bun or a ponytail too.
- Biker style bandana goes with both short and long hair.
How To Wear A Bandana Around Your Neck
Around the neck is one of the easiest ways to wear a bandana. The look can suit just about any gent and can work for both casual and smart-casual occasions. To keep the appearance subtle, opt for a small bandana. Twist it, place it around your neck and tie a knot at the front. Alternatively, for a bolder look, you can try knotting it at the back of your neck with a corner left loose at the front. Or, if your bandana is large enough, you may even be able to wear it as a scarf. But, no matter how you wear it, be mindful of your bandana’s color. Choose bold hues like red to add excitement to otherwise neutral ensembles and softer tones for outfits that already contain color.
How To Wear A Bandana Girl
Can we all take a minute to obsess over this whole bandana movement at the moment? Well, I guess head accessories in general because I like the look of headscarves and bands, too. But I think the banana is my favorite because it’s so versatile! There are so many ways to wear a bandana that this little accessory is deserving of its very own “how to wear” blog post.
I first mentioned my love for bandanas back when I shared my go-to Summer Capsule Wardrobe Essentials list. And something I’m really excited about doing more of on my blog is actually showing you how to wear these essentials – giving you ideas to make more with what you’ve already got. You’ve probably noticed (or will) this little red one popping up in outfits all over the blog and Instagram. It’s quickly become my favorite accessory of the season, and I don’t even hesitate when grabbing it. So much so that I just purchased 2 more colors while at Madewell last week. I’ve found that it truly takes a blah or boring outfit into something cuter; it’s such an easy outfit-completer, often serving as that “third item” I need to round out a look.
How To Wear A Bandana As A Headband
Another simple yet stylish way to wear a bandana is to wrap and tie it around your wrist. Doing so will add a subtle dose of attitude to any outfit. Perfect for edgy casual looks, wearing a bandana around the wrist projects an instant rockstar vibe. As such, this look works best with darker bandanas and striking prints. For instance, a black bandana with white skulls will appear much more appropriate than a traditional red style with a paisley design. Also, remember that a bandana around the wrist looks best when worn a little messy, so don’t get caught with yours perfectly folded and tied.
If you’re looking for a subtle way to incorporate a bandana into a casual outfit, wearing it from your waist makes an excellent option. When you wear a bandana near your face, such as on your head or around your neck, it instantly becomes a statement accessory. But, when worn low from your waist, it can gently accent your outfit and provide it with a pop of colour without appearing overly bold. Additionally, you may also find wearing it from your waist much more comfortable and easy. After all, all you need to do is tuck it into a pocket, your belt or waistband or tie it to a belt loop to attach it.