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You have wrongly tied your SCARF

There are few things more frustrating on a cold winter’s day than a scarf that doesn’t wrap around your neck.

But one woman has come up with a brilliant way to make sure that never happens again – and that’s how you force it.

Haley Ivers took to TikTok to share the secret to properly tying a scarf so it doesn't fall off

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Haley Ivers took to TikTok to share the secret to properly tying a scarf so it doesn’t fall offCredit: TikTok.com / @haleyivers

Haley Ivers took to her TikTok page to share videotapes of “hack”, showing it off with a large black and white gingham scarf.

“The scarf will get hacked if it keeps falling,” she captioned the clip.

She says in the video: “Hack the little scarf if it always falls down.

“Just tie a knot. Literally just tie it. Bada bing, bada boom.”

She was quickly praised by fans for her hack, with one person writing: “You solved the biggest headache of my life.”

“You deserve the Nobel Peace Prize for this thank you,” another commented.

“In a way that I would never have thought of,” another added.

Another wrote: “I recently discovered this and it changed my life.”

“Omg why I never thought of this,” wrote one surprised fashion fan, to which Haley replied, “Now you know!”

Haley tied a simple knot before wrapping the circle scarf to the perfect position

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Haley tied a simple knot before wrapping the circle scarf to the perfect positionCredit: TikTok.com / @haleyivers

In other fashion news, Primark fans go wild after street retailer re-stocks Kim Kardashian’s version of SKIMS.

This woman was left behind was disappointed when the Pretty Little Thing dress she ordered for her brother’s wedding arrived looking completely different than it did online.

And Primark fans are also flocking to the £11 pair of sandals.

You’ve got your dress completely wrong – the right way means it will fit

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4475557/woman-hack-tying-scarf-stop-blowing-away/ You have wrongly tied your SCARF

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