Fashion whizz shares genius way to turn any scarf into a cover-up, and it's perfect if you hate your bingo wings | The Sun

IT'S a massive problem area for many women.

But, if you're self-conscious about your bingo wings, fashion whizz Kim – aka the 'Savage Stylist' – has shared her top tip for turning a scarf into a flattering cover-up.

Taking an oblong scarf, Kim threw it over her shoulders before pulling one side through under her bra strap and the strap of her dress or top.

"This is perfect for my ladies who don't like going sleeveless," she said.

She did the same on the other side – pulling the scarf through under the strap and through.

"Then you take it and pull it down in the back," Kim added, as she adjusted the back of the scarf and made sure it had been pulled far enough down on her upper arms.

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"Now you can wear it just like that," Kim said.

But she said her preferred way of wearing it is to take the end of the scarf that's on the neck, pull it up over the shoulders, drop it down, pull it around at the front and tie it.

"Covers the arms, and adds a little colour to the outfit," Kim gushed as she modelled the final look.

And people were quick to praise her in the comments section, with one writing: "That is truly a fantastic idea! Looks amazing!"

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"This is brilliant I absolutely love love love this idea, Iโ€™m so glad I was scrolling here late at night," another added.

"I'm definitely trying this!" a third promised.

To which Kim replied: "It works really pretty with a fishnet scarf too!"

"Was that a magic trick?" another asked.

As Kim responded: "I came up with it one day in my women's boutique for a client going to a wedding."

"Iโ€™m buying more scarves!" someone else laughed.

"I have so many I have purchased in my travels, and I never use them. Excellent idea!" another praised Kim.

"Very helpful!! I really appreciate this tip it's perfect for me," someone else wrote.

With Kim replying: "Yes, because you stick it under your own top so it measures out your own shoulders."

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