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One way to get extra mileage out of your clothing capsule is to wear one of your shirts as a scarf.   It’s an easy way to store that extra outer layer when the temperature starts to warm up.  It also gives one more way to change around the looks of your capsule.  Here’s how you do it:

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 1

Step 1 – Lay out the shirt on a flat space. Button up all the buttons, and smooth out all wrinkles.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 2

Step 2 – Fold the collar over so that the collar aligns with the arm pits of the shirt.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 3

Step 3 – Fold the bottom of the shirt to within 1/2 an inch (1.5 cm) of the top fold.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 4

Step 4 – Fold the bottom of the shirt up a 2nd time.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 5

Step 5 – Fold the bottom up again, this time aligning it with the top of the shirt.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 6

Step 6 – Turn the shirt around 180 degrees. Place on neck and tie loosely.

This technique can also be used for 3/4 sleeve and long sleeved T-shirts.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 1

Step 1 – Lay the shirt out on a flat area and smooth out the wrinkles.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 2

Step 2 – Fold the top of the shirt down. The collar of the shirt should align with the armpits.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 3

Step 3 – Fold the bottom of the shirt to within 1/2 an inch (1.5 cm) of the top fold.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 4

Step 4 – Fold the bottom of the shirt up again.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 5

Step 5 – Fold the bottom of the shirt up again, this time aligning it with the top of the shirt.

Turning a shirt into a scarf - step 6

Step 6 – Rotate scarf 180 degrees. Wrap around neck and tie loosely.

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