Mad for Plaid: One Scarf Three Ways

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Fall and plaid go hand and hand. What is better then cozying up in your favorite plaid as the air becomes crisp and chilly? Plaid never seems to go out of style and neither do the health benefits of LISTERINE®. With their partnership for Target's Mad for Plaid collection LISTERINE® is setting trends in a whole new way! I am a lover of all things plaid, especially blanket scarves and the new LISTERINE® Zero: Red Plaid has inspired a scarf tying tutorial. Tying a scarf can become confusing, especially a blanket scarf because they are huge! Here are three of my favorite ways to tie my blanket scarf!


Infinity scarves are my favorite type of scarf to wear. I usually will almost always wear my scarves this way. It is so simple to turn your blanket scarf into an infinity scarf in just four steps.

1. Fold your scarf in half.

2. Tie two small knots at each corner of the scarf.

3. Slip the scarf around your neck and loop it around a second time.

4. Fluff!


The loop style is great to wear with coats on a chilly day. Another quick and easy style!

1. Gather your scarf and grab the center.

2. Slip your scarf around your neck and put your hand through the hole to grab the other end of your scarf.

3. Pull your scarf through the loop and fluff!


I like to wear my scarf wrapped if I am wearing it to accessorize an outfit and plan on wearing it all day long.

1. Wrap your scarf around your neck.

2. Pull the two ends and gather them in the front.

3. Fluff your scarf to stay nice and cozy!
Now that you have seen my favorite way to wear plaid, share yours below!

Target makes it so easy to find their products in store and online! I found LISTERINE® Zero: Red Plaid right at the end of the isle. You can also find it on Cartwheel for 10% off from 9/13-10/31 here. To find out more about the benefits of  LISTERINE® Zero: Red Plaid head to their website.
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