{Giveaway} An FOFoolproof scarf from Liscaro

Lisa Devereaux of Liscaro is giving away one of her FOFuss-free scarves. Enter to win by answering in the comments below: What is your favorite way to wear a scarf?

In 1987, when FOF Lisa Devereaux was a young commercial production assistant, she came across an idea that stuck with her. “A company had produced a square scarf with a slit on the end of it, so you could pull it through and not have to fuss with tying it,” said Lisa.

Years later, remembering what she had seen, Lisa sewed something similar for her grandmother, who had arthritis. “She’d always wore scarves, but was having a hard time [tying them]. I made it less square so it had a softer look and added elastic to the hole.”

Lisa showed her prototype to a few store owners in the Dallas area who put in orders right away. She brought it before QVC reps who ordered 5,000 on the spot. Shortly after, in 2010, Lisa put her interior design business on hold, hired a seamstress to help her, and began working full time on Liscaro, the new name for her scarf business. “I had a waiting list of clients for interior decorating, but I farmed them out to other decorators and make this my sole focus.”

“All you do is thread it through,” is the catchphrase for Lisa’s FOFuss-free scarves, which have an elasticized “eye” at the end for easy tying. (Watch this great video tutorial, where Lisa demonstrates all the ways to wear them.) The scarves come in silk and silk-blend, but primarily polyester, which Lisa says is wrinkle-free, good for traveling and washes well.

Lisa is already hard at work on her next product: the Riviera Wrap. “It has the same elasticized eye, and you can wear it as a cape, pareo, sarong, shawl, dress and a shirt,” she says. “Everything I create has more than one use. Lisa tells us something she hears over and over when people see her scarves is…’why didn’t I think of this?’…begging the question…why didn’t we think of this?

Enter to win an FOFuss-free scarf from Lisa Devereaux of Liscaro by answering in the comments below: What is your favorite way to wear a scarf?

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.

One FOF will win. (See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes January 26, 2012 at midnight E.S.T.

Can’t wait to find out if you won? FOFs receive 30% off all orders of Liscaro scarves when you enter “FOF” at checkout.

292 Responses to “{Giveaway} An FOFoolproof scarf from Liscaro”

  1. Christine DiMauro says:

    I used to love wearing silk scarves like an ascot. This was big in the 90’s. Not so much now.

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  2. Paula M. says:

    I have a small collection of scarves and wear them many ways. I haved tied them like neck ties, draped them around the shawl collar of a suit, worn them as belts with a rosette tied into them, “braided” long ones around my neck, and other ways. There is nothing like a pretty scarf to brighten an outfit.

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  3. janet hughes says:

    i wear my scarfs drapped around my neck or tucked in my suits with the top showing to hide my wrinkled neck.always wear scarfs

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  4. Judy Lewis says:

    I would wear this Liscaro Scarf stylishly and proudly around my neck.

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  5. Pamela says:

    Like European women, I wear scarves almost daily in whatever tie seems to fit my mood and the outfit, sometimes just tied to the handle of my purse.

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  6. Pamela says:

    Favorite way? With everything!

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  7. alexa p. says:

    looks gorgeous – interesting the way it is designed –

    thanks – alexa

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  8. butterfly42blue says:

    Living in Colorado where the weather changes frequently, I’ve recently discovered the joy of wearing scarves. I’m totally not proficient by any means yet. This scarf would certainly assist my fashion endeavors! Thank you! It’s beautiful and innovative.

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  9. gmc says:

    Most often with a single knot, loosely draped around my neck.

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  10. Tommie Regam says:

    Where can I find by lisa devereaux wrap scarves ruffled around the bottom and has the “key hole”opening?
    Thanks

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  11. Debbie Chaney says:

    I occasionally wear scarves as a hair accessory, but this one would go great with my black dress!

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  12. Christine says:

    I’m not very good creating new and different ways to wear a scarf. I simply drape it under my lapels on a jacket and let it hang or tie a loose knot low on the scarf.

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  13. cdudek10 says:

    Fabuloso scarf !!!!

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  14. pepper3 says:

    I have a pamphlet on scarf tying so I try different looks. I do like braiding it & wearing it as a necklace.

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  15. Angela Garuti says:

    Love this!!!

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  16. julie says:

    I just picked some scarves up in Italy for me and my family. I love this one.

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  17. emom says:

    outside of notre dame, a good friend said, “see these fench women? scarves are the trick.”

    this one is magic.

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  18. Angela Gaines says:

    It depends on the length of the scarf. Longer scarves I take and place around the front of my neck then wrap around and drape over the front of my shoulders. Usually one side is slightly longer than the other.

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  19. Debra Smith says:

    I like to wind it around my neck and bring the ends back to the front to drape down.

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  20. palapalaluke says:

    I like to wear my scarfs many different ways. Around my hair, my neck even my waist.

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  21. Jane says:

    I usually double it, then wrap it around and loop the ends through. This is my favorite way to wear a scarf, especially in the winter.

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  22. Debra Jaramillo says:

    Beautiful… can go with practically anything!

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  23. Phoenix says:

    I sometimes wear large scarves like a shawl. Shorter ones I wrap once or twice around my neck, & tuck in under my shirt.

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  24. jenni104 says:

    If I wear a scarf it’s usually a large one worn like a shawl on my coat. I don’t use scarves much for the reason I really don’t know how to use them. They just seem like extra bulk and end up a mess on me. I’d love to find one that worked on me, or that I could work with, and thie Liscaro might be it. Keeping my fingers crossed that I get to try and see if I can add that elegant touch of a scarf to my wardrobe and not look – well, wrong.

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  25. Pam Munro says:

    I just like to wear scarves knotted around my neck – but I have LOTS of different colors & fabrics & wear them all the time!

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  26. valorosa says:

    I wrap a scarf around my neck then make a knot in front. I just love this idea of the “eye”.

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  27. Cindy says:

    I would love to win this!! I love scarves, but sometimes tying them is a challenge.

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  28. deborahf2 says:

    What a clever idea for the scarf design-I have always looped and then pulled the end through…

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  29. VJackson says:

    Depending on the size, and it has to be a bit large, I like wearing it as an ‘almost vest’; to do that you have to tie together each end on the longest sides. The easiest way is to put the scarf behind your back, & like a shawl, drape it, then on the right side tie those ends, etc. Then you should be able to put your arms through the drapes. It looks great with a longer length dress or skirt.

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  30. Debra Simning-Chapman says:

    Tied around the handle of a favorite purse to add a pop of color!

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  31. emom says:

    my favorite way to wear a scarf is like Sharon Stone: wrapped and then looped through.

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  32. Marie says:

    What a great way to dress up a plain top. So sophisticated, yet so simple. Would love to add this fabulous scarf to my accessory wardrobe.

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  33. janis says:

    i am just starting to use scarves. i love the way they look but on other people but not quite sure of what looks best on me

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  34. Mona says:

    I haven’t worn scarfs for many years. Time to start again.

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  35. Alexis Todd says:

    I like a short scarf wrapped around my throat. Especially a bright color when I am wearing black.

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  36. LeeAnn DePetris says:

    I love the scarf shown above, I wear mine double around the neck with a loose tie.

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  37. Carol says:

    I’ve just gotten into silky scarves around the neck – tied by folding it in half and passing both ends through. They never come undone – so never get lost – no matter how silky they are!

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  38. sydney85 says:

    Depending on the size of the scarf. A square scarf works best for me with a single knot. A larger scarf I like to tie in a european style.

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  39. kathyire50 says:

    I love the way this scarf is presented, a scarf is an easy choice with our climate change and locale. A single knot or wrap around is the easiest for me

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  40. ruby1dsd says:

    Way to go Lisa! You know you have a style & sense that is timeless. Keep your focus on what you enjoy most. Your huge successes are inspiring.

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  41. Judy Detty says:

    I am almost 70 years and would love to try this scarf !! I would tell all my younger family about it . Thanks

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  42. km756 says:

    Around my neck loosely.

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  43. Sharon says:

    I wear them long and loose unless it’s cold, then I wrap them a few times around my neck.
    Thanks for the lovely giveaway!!

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  44. heymissvirginia says:

    once around the nect and draped down

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  45. Lisa Clayton says:

    I love to wear a scarf softly draped around my neck. Wrapped with pearls sometimes!

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  46. Beatrice Karnes says:

    Over a solid, all cotton turtleneck. The scarf pulls-together any outfit–from jeans to dress slacks.

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  47. lydianna says:

    Fold scarf and make a loop, wrap other ends around neck and bring to front, insert in loop for soft drape and falls perfectly.

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  48. Rozzie68 says:

    Love to wear tied to the side with a simple knot to give it that “perky” style.

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  49. Linda F says:

    This sounds like a great idea and since I can never figure out how to tie my scarves, it would be great for me.

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  50. maryjo says:

    Something bright and drapy on a plain black dress.

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  51. Sandra Russo says:

    I already receive your emails.

    How do I enter the contest. Also does Lisa have a website.

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  52. Bernice Llewellyn says:

    I wear scarves necklace style or long and hanging depending on the style I want.

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  53. annalapping says:

    It depends on whether it’s a silk scarf or a pashmina. For a silk scarf, depending on the size/shape, just a simple knot usually. A pashmina I usually do a loop around the neck with the ends hanging free in front, or occasionally knotted if it’s very long.

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  54. Kathleen Riley-Daniels says:

    A scarf like this would dramatically improve my scarf-ability — I can see it now, beyond the head cover tied at the back of my head, the Grandma Babushka and the horse show stock tie! Imagine the possibilities! I might actually get fashionable, okay, perhaps not that much improvement, but at least a little more mod.

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  55. Stormy Smith says:

    I often use a scarf to change up my wardrobe. The same black skirt and sweater can take on a new personality with a fabulous scarf.

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  56. Alice Hayden says:

    loose around then neck, thus allowing for tightening in a chill or drooping artistically if warm.

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  57. adrienne z says:

    I like to wear my scarves long and loose, either tied half-way once or pulled through the hole once and left it flow. It’s hard to find a good scarf that lays right once you fold it over. Bows end up too bulky, so the less bulk the better for me.
    chichijunk at cs dot com

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  58. Susanne Troop says:

    Love to wear a pretty scarf simply around the neck of a pretty solid sweater!

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  59. alaina maxam says:

    wrapped aroundmy neck to kee wrm

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  60. tracey byram says:

    I like wearing a scarf as a belt on jeans or capris.
    traymona[at]aol.com

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  61. Gaby J. says:

    simple, just around my neck 🙂

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  62. diane mary says:

    I’m not sure how to wear any scarf. Help!

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  63. Toni says:

    I just circle around my neck

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  64. Cindy Johnson says:

    I love to wear a scarf folded in half and then looped through or just hanging and folded over at the neck

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  65. kathypt1 says:

    I love scarfs especially long ones just draped around my neck with colors to compliment the rest of my outfit. After watching Lisa Devereaux’s video I expected her scarfs to be more expensive! Practical, beautiful and affordable!

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  66. Portia A. says:

    I wear scarves loosly around my neck to hide the turkey wattle..and the right color flatters the skin!

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  67. Amy Rouse says:

    I love to tie a fab vintage scarf to the handle of my handbag. It gives it just a touch of color and makes it so much fun!

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  68. bevlog says:

    Knotted with a simple slip knot under or with a vest.

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  69. Diane K. says:

    You can wear the scarf the old fashion way around your neck with the tie on the side or tie it in the front, hanging long like a man would wear a tie and put a beautiful pin where a man would plan a tie pin. You can put it on the side of your handbag ties with a bow, or on your briefcase, knapsack or you can wear it as a ponytail holder or even as a scarf covering your hair completely but making it look classy, not like youre trying to cover up unwashed hair. You could use it as a belt, tie 2 scarves together to use as a belt. I could go on and on but with a little imagination, scarves are the most versatile accessory that I can possibly think of to use to change every outfit.

    Thank you for the opportunity to possibly win this gorgeous scarf and good luck to all.

    Diane K.
    kleimanlaw at aol dot com

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  70. PollyAnna007 says:

    I would love to win this scarf ! Now days you don’t see many women wearing them and I think this is a unique idea ! Like Lisas’ grandmother I would have trouble tying it so this would be perfect ! It could be worn with anything but I’d wear it around my neck!

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  71. Lauren says:

    folded in half with the ends pulled through the loop that is made with the fold…

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  72. elizabeth says:

    Just wrapped around with no knot, so it’s easier to take off.

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  73. wetc87 says:

    Great idea! Roma would suit me the best but I can see me trying the Amalfi variations and the Capri on a bad hair day.

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  74. Kathy Bratton says:

    My favorite is to wear it loosely draped around the collar of a white blouse. A pair of pretty earrings and I’m ready to go!

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  75. Michele9139 says:

    I like to just wrap my long scarves around a couple times almost like they’re a messy turtleneck.

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  76. Rose says:

    Great idea for the scarf. Certainly simplifies accessorizing with one.

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  77. ctgal says:

    Any way I can figure out. I’m not too good at it without a tutorial! But I do love them!

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  78. Steph Ellis says:

    folded in half then put behind my neck.. pulling down in front and looping it thru itself..
    hard to explain but easy to do 🙂

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  79. Donna Roberts says:

    I wear scarves nearly daily (part of my signature) and have so many fav ways to wear that I can’t pick just one!

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  80. ShemCreek says:

    Love wearing a long scarf as a “necklace.”

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  81. j27 says:

    Just wear it over a sweater tied in a knot or use a pin to hold it together.

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  82. hofken says:

    My favorite way to wear a scarf is as a headband

    Cynthia.Richardson@azbar.org

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  83. Cynthia says:

    Long and flowing!

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  84. MerryLady says:

    depending on the bulk of the scarf & what I’m wearing I wear them many ways~your idea is fabulous just threading it through makes it looks perfectly polished every time!

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  85. mortonsheila10 says:

    just around my neck

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  86. tdark27 says:

    Wrappe around, with ends loose on both sides.

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  87. Helen.Ho88 says:

    I’m really bad with knotting scarves, this sounds like a great idea!

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  88. kardi109 says:

    just a simple knot or wrapped around, depending on what I am wearing!

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  89. Patty P says:

    Cowboy style with a t-shirt

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  90. Kathy says:

    I would love to wear a scarf around my neck but I just can’t seem to get them right. I have bought them and just never worn them.

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  91. deborah says:

    My favourite use for a scarf, other than keeping me warm during Canadian winters, is to drape it with a suit for a soft, feminine look.

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  92. Wanda Addy says:

    Looped and hanging long.

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  93. irisvillagegirl says:

    I like to loop it around my neck a couple of times.

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    • scottishlass says:

      I like experimenting with different folds and loops. In winter, I double it to make a loop, and then thread the other end through it.

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  94. Kim Cage says:

    Love to wear scarves as a bandana or headband! Looks really cool!

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  95. Ellen says:

    depends what I’m wearing it with but generally loose around the neck!

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  96. Marianne says:

    I like to take an long, lightweight rectangle, wrap it around my neck several times ending in a square knot.

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  97. Tameron says:

    I would love to own a scarf. I have to wind them around my neck to hide my skin graft scars. I need silk or cotton to protect my skin.

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  98. Susan says:

    I wear scarves loosely around my neck, and if they are long enough I tie them through my belt loops, ornaround my waist when wearing a skirt. Love to wear scarves!

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  99. pmack says:

    I wear it loosely around my neck

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  100. Patricia Chambers says:

    I love scarves~ If it is a long scarf, I usually wrap it around my neck once or twice and just let it hang or sometimes tie it at the end.

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  101. cl brantley says:

    Love to wear it folded in half and looped thru.

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  102. gailstep says:

    loosely hanging down and fastened at the cleavage line with a pin

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  103. orchidlady01 says:

    Around my neck with a casual overhand knot

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  104. Diane says:

    mostly depend on the event. However on a daily bases i wear them around my neck to match my coat and so iy also matches my outfit in case its cold

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  105. Linda Owens says:

    Tied around my neck with a pin to keep it together.

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  106. Cynthia Knisley says:

    I like big scarfs so I can wear them as a shawl. I am not a very big person. I also like to wear them draped over my head and shoulders.

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    • Cynthia Knisley says:

      I forgot to mention I am 58 and only worn scarf’s a few times. But I would really like wearing this one. So many ways you can wear it. On a bad hair day, over my head. To dress up an outfit, tied round my neck. Looking casual with the right outfit, wear it as shawl. Really would like to try this one.

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  107. Mary says:

    I just wear it draped around my neck. I’m lazy.

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  108. Roxanne Irwin says:

    LOOKS GOOD!

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  109. ktpotat says:

    loosely around the neck

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  110. D says:

    I prefer around my neck, not my head. I am always trying to finds way to tie/arrange the scart so that it doesn’t change positions through the day. Suggestions?

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  111. Fay Swenson says:

    I wear scarves mainly doing the under and over trick so it will lay nice or blow off.

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  112. sccoed09 says:

    When wear one is usually loosely around neck, but love to put around head and let drape down my back as accentuation of my long silver hair. Send this beautiful scarf my way , please!!!

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  113. rachel says:

    Beautiful. gift or for myself..

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  114. LucyB says:

    Usually doubled, then ends pulled through. I’ve seen a really fun braided look, but I haven’t mastered it yet.

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  115. ilenep says:

    I wear scarves tied around my neck and double knotted in the center, a classic look.

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  116. Leslie Petersen says:

    I like to wear my scarves tied in a knot in the front with one long tail going down the front 🙂

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  117. marlene seelig says:

    I love scarfs! Have a collection from many designers.
    But not one is clever like this one your offering!

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  118. 1wicket46 says:

    I like wearing my scarves all different ways depending on the collar on my clothing…but I like the style when you halve the scarf, wrapping it around your neck and then pulling both ends through the half turn. Then you can always add jewelry to the look, if you want.

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  119. Jane S says:

    I love it worn as a head band, or pulled down to protect hair from rain.

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  120. Jane S says:

    I love it worn as a headband

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  121. Laurab says:

    I make most of mine, I like to fold them in half and then bring the ends through the loop. Or for a narrower or shorter one wrap around my neck loosely and tuck in the ends.

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  122. Faith M says:

    I wear them attached to one shoulder, loop it around my neck, or sometimes just wear it over one shoulder.

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  123. Carrie obrien says:

    I wear scarves as a headband or bandana

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  124. beth w says:

    I do not wear them often, but just loop them around my neck when I do wear one.

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  125. Teri M says:

    I sure would love a scarf that is easy to put on without having to knot it. It would definitely compliment my outfits.

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  126. ticki566 says:

    Draped around neckline of suit

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  127. Melanie says:

    I like to wrap my scarf around my neck then tie with a loose knot (like the articles on this site – How to wear a scarf–and not look old), so that all the busyness is in my upper chest area, but not hugging my neck (I have a bit of a double chin). Then I like to add a string of pearls or other long strand that’s somewhat colour coordinated to elongate the look.

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  128. Beth Lowe says:

    Around my neck mostly but sometimes as a shawl.

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  129. EDreyer says:

    Folded in half and looped, preferably loosely.

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  130. Vicki says:

    I usually wear them around my neck with a stylish knott

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  131. Vee says:

    The usual way around my neck in a knot. Sometimes loose. I love scarves 🙂 Thanks for the opportunity.

    sswpss at yahoo dot com

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  132. tgreenstreet says:

    looped and then drawn through–pashminas are another story!

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  133. Adele says:

    My favorte way to wear a scarf is the traditional around your neck in a knot, but because I love scarves, I wear them in many creative ways.

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  134. mollyann says:

    loose around my neck, hanging down and untied, I am short and try no to cut my short body in half!

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  135. omajanie says:

    What a great idea! Would love to try this…

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  136. AJB says:

    It depends on whether I’m wearing it with but usually just looped casually once around my neck.

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  137. Lynne Bannon says:

    I love to wear it tied under my chin a la 50s.

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  138. Tricia Douglas says:

    Most of the time I wear a scarf just loosely looped around my neck.

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  139. Michele says:

    I usually wear them around my neck with a kind of macrame knot.

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  140. Moonchime says:

    My favorite way to wear a scarf is the double tie method. I made a video on YT showing how it is done. I named the video–An Uber Cool Way to Wear a Scarf.

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  141. OcalaRose says:

    I love the soft drape with the tails hanging over my shoulder. I have many scarfs, but none like this one.
    I really want a Liscaro scarf to feel and look so stylish.

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  142. Leslie says:

    Winter I prefer to fold in half then take scarf behind the neck and thru the folded loop in the front. Its important to protect and keep warm the neck in winter. Then put coat on.

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  143. desiree melton says:

    my favorite way to wear a scarf is around my neck or just layed over one shoulder. I would love to have this beautiful scarf.

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  144. jamisek says:

    I roll up a large square, loop around my neck and either make a slip knot or square knot. A colorful print adds some life to a single color jacket or sweater.

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  145. Debbie Phillips says:

    I love scarves! I wore them when I was younger for a splash of color with neutrals. Now, I wear them for color, camouflage, and fun! My favorite way to wear one is to double it lengthwise, then loop it around my neck and loosely draw one end through. It looks casual, and it’s comfortable, not restricting.

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  146. LindyBelle says:

    I love to wear scarves and was just thinking last night, in one of those drifting-off-to-sleep reveries, that I need to wear them more often. I wear 12 x 60 scarves arranged loosely around my neck and either tied or pinned with a brooch with the ends loosely arranged one in front and one in back. My usual go-to scarves are large squares that I fold diagonally and wear with the pointed end over my left shoulder and the loose ends brought together and pinned with one of my elegant brooches just in front of my right shoulder.

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  147. Patricia Marinace says:

    My favorite way to wear a scarf is with everything. They brighten up an outfit, and your face. I feel chic when I wear a scarf.

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  148. Sue Zabritski says:

    I love wearing all kinds of scarves, especially if it’s the least bit chilly. With jackets, sweaters, etc. Most of my scarves are a little heftier, more “wintery” but the few I have that are lightweight I just love to wear to brighten up my face.

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  149. Linda Levreault says:

    looped soft around my neck

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  150. storyteacher1 says:

    I keep it simple and usually just wear them long with a simple knot or perhaps none at all and never with a necklace as it would be too much.

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  151. Sheila Chaffins says:

    I think wearing around tied in a not adds wow to any outfit.

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  152. Soledad says:

    What a great idea! I don’t buy scarves because I wouldn’t know how to tie them. But this takes out the guesswork. I would love to win one.

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  153. krisann57 says:

    I wrap it around my neck and if windy around my head like an older woman

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  154. Diane says:

    I have not worn a scarf since the 1950’s when I wore my Girl Scout uniform with the bright yellow, cotton scarf tied in a square knot in the front. I was ever so proud of that uniform….received my Curved Bar award eventually. After that, scarves were just not my cup of tea. But my 21 year old grand daughter has revived my interest as she wears them beautifully. Never too late to try something again. There are so many beautiful scarves to choose from now. Thanks!

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  155. nanja says:

    I typically use a scarf with a suit or under my dress coat. Have never used one to accessorize a dress or top

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  156. roneifeld says:

    I usually wear a scarf around my neck – for color like jewelry. Sometimes I have worn a scarf around my waist as a belt or even tied a scarf around the handle of me purse to dress that up.

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  157. Janet Keyser says:

    I love to wear scarves around my neck. The way I can cover up my dark spots from sun damage well.

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  158. makeupgirl21@comcast.net says:

    I like to double the scarf & thread the free end through the loop. I can adjust it to wear it loose or tight.

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  159. gatormomx2 says:

    My favorite way to wear a scarf is with an outwear coat. Time to learn a few new ways!

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  160. sandy haber says:

    wow — a fuss free scarf. i don’t wear scarves too often because i don’t have any talent in tieing them — i end up just draping it over my shoulders and making a knot in the front. not very creative! i’d really like to wear them more often — i have a drawerful from my well-meaning sister who seemingly just naturally wears them all the time!

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  161. Bette Butcher says:

    Great idea for a scarf. I like the Tusano. Wear it in the hair.

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  162. Dee S says:

    I like kind of bunching them around my neck and shoulders so it adds color around my face.

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  163. arlenes says:

    With a large square scarf, around my shoulders and off to one side pinned with a cameo from my beloved mother in law, Hilda.

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  164. Pauline says:

    I wear scarves around my neck.

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  165. Mary k says:

    My fave way to wear a scarf is as a headband where I tie the knot at the bottom of my head and it’s pulled off to the side.

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  166. Becky says:

    Knotted in front and hanging;usually instead of a necklace and sometimes complementing a necklace, depending on the scarf or outfit.

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  167. gramhebert says:

    Simply knotted

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  168. Karen Farrow says:

    I love scarves and my fav way to wear them is looped and long.

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  169. hrbeck_98 says:

    That’s very pretty. I should wear scarves more than I do. I tend to just fold them in half and pull the end thru the loop.

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  170. mlh125 says:

    Wearing a scarf can do so much for even a plain outfit! The color or design of a scarf can add POW! to neutral outfits so easily!

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  171. lorraine says:

    I tend to wear scarves only with coats in the winter for warmth, so I wrap around my neck and fold over and leave long in front or tuck into the coat.

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  172. velder dixon says:

    i wear a scarf many ways but my favorite is a double loop.

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  173. Tina says:

    I use scarves all the time to change the look and add a little drama. It always gives a polished look to an outfit.

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  174. javierl22 says:

    It depends on the outfit and legth of scarf, but the most complementary is this sailor style in pic….

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  175. kalee123 says:

    IO would wear the scarf in a simple average look or, drapit over my shoulder.

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  176. Mary says:

    I’m a looped and long fan – scarves are my favorite accessory.

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  177. sattalia says:

    This scarf is very smart. I would love it.

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  178. casey04 says:

    Scarves..are 1 of my new favorite things to wear.
    I wear mostly black every day…it’s easy…looks good.
    Wearing scarves add a little “pop”.
    I would love to own one of Lisa’s scarves.
    Play with and see what works or doesn’t.

    thanks…

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  179. Faith says:

    Perfect! I have just started wearing the scarves again & got 2 new ones for Christmas. None of them have this design though!

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  180. Jill57 says:

    I just wrap it around my neck. If it is a square I fold in half and tie in a loose knot.

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  181. Susan Krich says:

    around my neck

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  182. donna s kopenhaver says:

    Jeans with a nice pullover in a solid color, with boots the scarf POPS off the ‘canvas’ so to speak 🙂

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  183. Mary Donahue says:

    I loop long scarfs once around my neck, bringing the ends back over my shoulder, to hand in front. It creates a little “cowl” that softens a neckline.

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  184. barbiejo78 says:

    I love scarves but I don’t know how to pull it off. They always end up looking messy instead of giving me a put-together look. This scarf sounds so easy to use and looks beautiful that maybe even I would look good in it!

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  185. shebren says:

    What a neat design! So simple, I wish I’d thought of it. With scarves becoming a current fashion accessory again, this Liscaro is a fool-proof answer for those of us “tie challenged” folks! Lovely!

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  186. Catherine says:

    I take a long scarf and fold it in the middle. Then, I slip one end through the loop, slightly twist the loop and then slip the other end in. It’s a slightly fancier version of pulling the ends through the loop together.

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  187. Jane says:

    I enjoy wearing colorful scarves around my neck with blouses, sweaters or coats. Have not tried wearing one on my head yet but maybe this would do the trick!

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  188. Pam says:

    My favorite way to wear a scarf is draped across one shoulder, particularly with a soft turtleneck or jacket. It adds interest and extra color!

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  189. Diane says:

    I love the way a scarf adds softness near the face. I like to wear it looped and long.

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  190. Debbie says:

    I love to accessorize with scarves. right now my favorite way to wear them is by doubling the scarf and looping the ends through, so that it hangs loosely around my neck. Would love to win a fuss-free scarf! Thanks!

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  191. c l says:

    I just put it around my neck with a knot in front. Not very good at it.

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  192. Ellen says:

    I would love to add this to my scarf collection – I wear them 101 different ways!~

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  193. Carolyn Meister says:

    My favorite way to wear a scarf is called the “Waterfall”. I have been wearing scarves in when they were not in fashion. Wearing a scarf gives a classy touch to your outfit or coat. I absolutely love them. I was in a grocery store around Thanksgiving when a lady came up to me and said, ” I have been admiring you for the last few minutes, you look so classy”. I wasn’t all dressed up under my jacket, just had a wrapped scarf around my blazer and over the shoulder. This is why I love scarves!

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  194. Debbie Shirley says:

    I wear scarves on my head and around my neck for warmth and style. I love the way you can slip the tail of the scarf through the elasticized hole and tighten it to stay put with the Liscaro! I would love to own a Liscaro!

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  195. tessy12 says:

    sort of like a necklace

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  196. Gefield says:

    Beautiful scarf and versatile too!

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  197. FabulousMimi says:

    my favorite way to way a scarf is just to throw it own rather casually and easily, not to have it look to “done up”

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  198. Valerie says:

    I like to be creative in wearing a scarf. I tend to wear them in various ways depending on the rest of my ensemble. Very feminine.

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  199. mabolf says:

    Love to wear a scarf anyway! With a coat, a sweater or even as a belt! What a great way to dress something up.

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  200. Naomi says:

    I tend to wear long scarves doubled around, unknotted

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  201. Doris says:

    I love to wear long scarves around neck and fixed in front to draw attention away from mid bulge and waist. Looks great tied or with a beartiful broach.

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  202. dmnyes says:

    My favorite way to wear a scarf is over the shoulder, or cocked to the side sholder with a eyecatching pin or brooch.

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  203. Zenaida says:

    I love to have a scarf either lightly tied or just hanging down around my neck.

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  204. saintm says:

    I love to wear a scarf loose around my neck, then pulled around my shoulders if I get a chill. I’d love this scarf, in any colour.

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  205. gingerpye says:

    Drapped loose around my neck.

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  206. tarheel4ever says:

    I don’t own a scarf and that’s why I want to win this one and try different ways to enhance blouses and my coat! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  207. akiss50 says:

    I love to wear a beautiful scarf in an untraditional way. I have lots of scarfs and wear them as often as possible. They make a beautiful statement accessory.

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  208. KMP50 says:

    I’ve put a scarf in place of one of those “tie-on necklaces” that came attached to a top. It’s much more flattering than a hunk of fake diamonds. I wear them with swreaters and shirts too for a pop of color. I find them hard to arrange though – either tying them makes them too bulky or too short. I’d love to win this one.

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  209. KMP50 says:

    I wear scarves with solid color shirts or sweaters. I’ve replaced one of those tie on “necklaces that came with qa top with a scarf, too. Much more flattering than a hunk of fake diamonds.

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  210. suzy says:

    I love scarves to add that pop of color and drama to my wardrobe. I wear them a variety of ways depending on their size.

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  211. Trish says:

    I don’t usually wear scarfs but this is one I would gladly add to my accessories for a “finished Look.”

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  212. travelgirl says:

    Very pretty. What a nice accent to many outfits.

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  213. Katrina Hooper says:

    I love wearing scarves around my neck I tie them in many fun ways. I would love to have a scarf from Lisa

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  214. Stella says:

    I’ve loved scarfs since I was a child. This scarf is beautiful, and I’d love to win it.

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  215. Michelle says:

    Having no talent for scarf art, I can really appreciate the easiness of this particular scarf. Would love to win one of these, so I can look fashion savvy.

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  216. msortet says:

    With a turtleneck and the scarf tied in a knot wrapped around the neck.

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  217. Maureen says:

    I love to cuddle them around my neck on those cold, cold days – warm and fashionable, too!

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  218. skipheart says:

    This is a first for one, always appeared difficult to do, but ready to take on the challenge.

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  219. Katjamarie says:

    I love to wear scarves, and I would have to say I have worn them probably every way they can be worn. My favorite though is probably a tie in front that I can angle to one shoulder. I also love to double wrap long scarves. Thus scarf is gorgeous and looks like it has a very good “hand” to it!

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  220. Deborah Barnes says:

    I have worn scarves all my life. My father was in the Air Force and loved to travel to exotic places. Each year at Christmas my two sisters and I would receive the most beautiful exotic scarf from my father. This was a special gift that we treasured and usually would pair with our winter coat to wrap around our necks or across our shoulders. Scarves, then and now, are the perfect accessory!

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  221. Ellen Herbert says:

    I wear most scarfs double draped and always have a couple in the car and/or my bag. They are my go to for changing an outfit. Would love to win this!

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  222. krispy9 says:

    So many ways to wear. My favorite is around the neck but as a belt is also good.

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  223. Helen S says:

    I am a scarf person rather it be a head wrap or around my neck. Lately I have enjoyed wearing them as a belt. (eg. nice solid top with colorful print scarf as a belt)

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  224. tapa42 says:

    Oh My God! I were scarves almost daily, I would Love to win this scarf.

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  225. SUSAN says:

    I like to just let a scarf hang down, un-tied. kind of loose boho look.

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  226. Krystyna Romanowicz says:

    Scarfs. I love them all any shape as long as they are coordinated with outfit. My favorite … vintage pack of minks. I have at least couple of them and some other just one weasel. I was told it is sable.

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  227. Margarida says:

    I wear a scarf to give colour, and style to an outfit. I hope too a scarf makes my clothes look like a different outfit.

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  228. Joan Hart says:

    My favorite way to wear one of these scarves, is to put on a solid color shift dress, and accent my waist or hips with a splash of color from a beautiful scarf. I always walk out the door confident, with shoulders back, ready to face anything that comes my way.

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  229. Debbie W says:

    I like to wear a scarf more like a shawl than any other way.

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  230. Sjohn0124 says:

    What a brilliant idea and gorgeous scarfs! I would love to have one!

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  231. eddyrobey says:

    My favorite way is positioned away from the nexk, then pinned with a large brooch

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  232. Mary says:

    I would love to win one of these scarfs. I love wearing scarves but sometimes feel they look too “fussy”.

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  233. jhendon60 says:

    When I was slimmer, I wore them around my waist.

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  234. MaraKaplan says:

    I like just hanging a scarf around my neck. I love scarves!

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  235. bclaxton says:

    I like to wear them with a shirt tucked under the collar. They soften the line and add a splash of color.

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  236. Becky says:

    I like to fold a rectangular scarf in half and thread the ends through the fold.

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  237. coletta says:

    Working in a department store i would plaided my scarves and wear them around my neck
    you can do so many things with a scarf

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  238. Fran K. says:

    Love to wear a nice scarf to set off a sweater or dress. It’s an accessory akin to a nice piece of jewelry.

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  239. amkovacs says:

    LOVE this! Lisa’s video really shows how versatile this scarf is. Want in every color!

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  240. Lisa says:

    I love to wear scarves, especially the way you have it displayed. When I’m not wearing one around my neck I have a matching one on my handbag.

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  241. kklazar says:

    I rarely leave the house without a scarf. Generally, folded in half to form a loop, then pull the loose ends through the loop at the neck. Easy and always fits the outfit!

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  242. Susan says:

    Double wrapped with a loose knot- it hides a multitude of imperfections of the neck/chest region! If you can’t beat em’- hide em’!

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  243. Cindy Henderson says:

    I’ve worn scarves since I was in my twenties! I love them. All kinds!! My sister gave me a cool boho one made from scraps of material that I love…it makes me feel young again! And I have a few very old scaves of my Moms that I wear too! My Mom and I used to teach the ladies that came in to our business how to tie them. We always had a few ladies that would rush in before church for us to tie their scarves for them! Of course that was the late 80’s and early 90’s and things were a little bit different then. I love the carefree way we wear our scarves now!

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  244. mawk313 says:

    Loosely so it looks casual and flowing not perfect. This scarf is beautiful.

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  245. Shar says:

    Wow, what a gorgeous scarf. Living in Dayton, Ohio I wear my scarves loosely draped around my neck to keep the cold wind out! In the summer I have fun trying to come up with different ways to tie or drape them around my neck.

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  246. Deborah says:

    I love scarves but really have never worn any. I am open to anything new and fresh looking! I love the classic crisp look of black and white together and would love the chance to experiment with different ways to wear this beautiful scarf!

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  247. Bonnie gaye says:

    my favorites now are the infinity scarves, that can be doubled. I also love to double over long scarves and pull the ends through. Sometimes I pin a scarf on my shoulder so it’s anchored.

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  248. Kathy Castillo says:

    My scarves are typically around my neck and tied in front. With the “right” scarves I shift them to across/around both shoulders.

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  249. Donna says:

    I usually double them and pull the end through, sometimes off to the side a bit. This scarf looks as if it has the same effect without the effort – love it!

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  250. kms says:

    Fabulous scarf – would wear it with blues, black, greens & of course my favorite – purple!

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  251. Laura says:

    I wear scarves loosely around my neck. I like to wear neutral colors in slacks and tops, but then dress them up with interesting color combinations in my scarves.

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  252. Terrie says:

    I wear scarves all the time. I love to wear thin ones like a long necklace draped around my neck.

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  253. Joanna says:

    I had thyroid surgery a few years ago so I have a lovely scar right at the bottom of my neck. I wear a lot of scarves to cover the scar but must admit I am not too great at different ways of wearing them. Would love to try this one!

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  254. Maryann Fitzgerald says:

    My favorite way to wear a scarf is to buy them long enough to fold in half and place around my neck with the frayed ends going through the loop end in front. This beautiful scarf is brillant and so much easier!

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  255. Gail says:

    around neck looped through doubled up scarf

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  256. inMO says:

    Generally, around my neck, and I’m always interested in new ways to wrap or tie them.

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  257. Jane says:

    I love scarves but can never get them right. They always look lopsided or sloppy whenever I try to wear them. This looks like the perfect solution for me.

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  258. Lori says:

    Thanks so much for the video, Lisa and Fab Over 50! Those looks seem very easy to achieve with this scarf. I actually have a few scarves but never wear them because I’m not confident enough in my skills. I will practice, I promise!

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  259. Kristin Gilbert says:

    I wear one almost every day, it dresses up a boring plain sweater or a fun tshirt.

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  260. Noreen B says:

    I love the way a long scarf can make me look taller and takes away some of the attention on my large chest. Sometimes I just wear them draped, not tied at all, other times I gather it with a stunning pin. Big knots, as one might expect, can add bulk where I don’t need it.

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  261. pmernick says:

    Loosely wrapped around my neck. I usually get my teen daughter to help me! I’d love to win this beautiful Liscaro scarf!

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  262. Marie Raperto says:

    I love scarfs and where them at my neck. I’m always fussing with them because they don’t sit well. This looks like a great solution.

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  263. Zivi says:

    A few years ago, I learned from my daughter to wear a warm scarf doubling it and then slipping one end into the loop. When my outfit scarf is long enough, I do the same. It makes it full and easy to do- or redo if necessary.

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  264. Angela K says:

    I like to wear them tied around my head, or around my neck!

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  265. Camilla Wilson says:

    With my favorite sweater.

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    • Merri Matalon says:

      Tied loosely around my neck! Make me a winner.

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  266. Betty Herbert says:

    Love the soft look a loosely tied scarf gives.

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  267. Karen Cunningham says:

    I have several generations of scarves collected in my drawer. I wear them tied loosely, in bows, like neckties, any way the outfit suggests.

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  268. Candice says:

    I wear my scarfs with my coats or sweaters for added warmth on cold winter nights in my desert home.

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  269. Rita Brown says:

    tied loosely in the front

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  270. Linda says:

    Loose around the neck. sometimes with one end hanging in the front and the other hanging in the back.

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  271. Margaret says:

    I fold my scarf in half, and then pull the ends through the loop. It looks great, and wears very well for me.

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  272. angela peifer says:

    around the neck with a sexy knot,this one is soo beautiful!:)

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  273. Ruth says:

    My favorite way to wear a scarf with a coat or blouse is simply drape it around my neck, makes a BIG difference in my look.

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  274. Mary1 says:

    Love the versatility of scarves but wear them most often draped around my neck or as a belt

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  275. bluegoose41 says:

    Its beautiful! I wear a scarf on my head to keep my hair back.

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  276. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    I’m a tee shirt and jeans woman (not really a girl anymore!), so, to dress it up a bit I always throw on a scarf with a “pop” of color.

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  277. Vera says:

    I LOVE a pretty scarf tied on my purse !

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  278. Eugenie says:

    I like to wear scarves loosely around my neck.

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  279. Georgia says:

    This is a lovely scarf. I collect all types of scarves to wear. I especially love the ones with a lot of texture.

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  280. Carmen says:

    OMG — I adore scarves—-I wear one almost daily….I love the long scarves and wear them in all ways and sometimes secure with a flower scarf pin. I would LOVE to win this beautiful scarf!

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  281. amy mayer says:

    I love wearing it looped singly or double and threading the loose ends in the loops…I LOVE to play with scarves–what a fun accessory!

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  282. nancy ortolano says:

    I love to wear scarves to work. This scarf is lovely.

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  283. cindy says:

    I love wearing scarfs, but cannot seem to tie them so they look nice!

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  284. NancyG says:

    I would love to try this scarf. There are so many thick/wide scarves that add a ton of bulk to the chest area. Not everyone needs that!

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  285. TybeeHouseCat says:

    They never seem to sit properly on me but I love them. I especially love the black and white combo!

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  286. Deb says:

    With my black leather jacket.

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  287. Penelope Hunt says:

    Sounds wonderful . I rarely wear a scarf as I can’t get them to sit well. A Liscaro would surely help . Hope you will update us on the Riviera Wrap. Thanks .

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  288. RED says:

    Loosely wrapped and knotted at the neck, of course! Absolutely lovely scarf!

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  289. Valeen says:

    I love to wear scarves around my neck, tied in front or wrapped around my hair like a headband! I absolutely love scarves and this one is beautiful!

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