How To Wear A Lariat

Your lariat is a dramatic length of jewelry that you can wear like a scarf.

 

The possibilities are endless, but here are a few ways we like to wear ours!

"Easy"

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Drape your lariat around your neck and let the ends hang straight down.

"Large Knot" 

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Drape your lariat around your neck and hold the two ends together. Create a loop and bring the free ends through it. Pull gently to tighten and adjust the knot. The knot can be higher or lower, depending on your styling preference.

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"Overhand Knot"

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Drape your lariat around your neck and tie the two ends together in an overhand knot (as if you were tying your shoelaces).

 

The knot can be either high or low, depending on your styling preference.

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"Loop"

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Fold your lariat in half and drape it around the back of your neck. Put the free ends into the loop and gently pull them all the way through until the loop sits where you want it.

 

You can even turn the loop to the back, creating a choker look at the front.

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"Side Loop"

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Create the "Loop" style, but instead of pulling the ends straight down, gently pull them to the side, creating an interesting asymmetrical look.

"Wrap"

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Drape your lariat around the back of your neck and pull it to one side, so one end is longer than the other. Wrap the long end around your neck and let the free end hang down, or knot the free ends together.

"Layered"

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Drape your lariat around your neck and hold each end in a hand. Cross the ends in the front and bring to the back, allowing the ends to either drape down your neck, or create a knot in the back.

 

You can adjust the length of the two strands in the front to create a layered look.

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"Belt"

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If you're feeling up for it, you could even wear your lariat as a belt Simply drape it around your waist and create a knot, adding instant shape to any dress or top!