Scarves are a girl’s best friend – a statement of fashion on days that are all about you, a layer of protection against the sun and city when you need it the most, and the delightful rescuer from bad hair days, scarves can be used in a variety of ways that are determined by the role you want them to play. Here’s a compilation of methods to tie a scarf recommended by women all over the world.
The Knot from France
Ideal for winters, this way of tying the scarf keeps your throat and chest protected from the harsh cold winds. To achieve this, fold the scarf into half and swing it around your neck. Now take one loose end of the scarf and pull it from under and inside the scarf loop. Do the same with the other lose end.
The Knotted Necklace
This is the most glamorous way to flaunt your neckline, even when you highlight your outfit with a stylish scarf. The way to do this is to first wrap your scarf behind your neck and make a loose knot with one end. Take the other end and pull is through the knot, first inside and then over it. Your knotted necklace is good to go.
This is the best way to wrap the scarf to make it appear the true highlight of your outfit. Tie up the diagonal corners of the scarf to make it appear like a large loop (much like the infinity scarf). Pull that over the back of your neck, twist the loop once and throw around the back of your neck again. The necklace will look outstanding.
This is the best way to play with different scarf combinations. To use the double twist, take two of your favorite scarves that make a great combination (complementary or contrasting) and put them together back to back. Loop one around the neck and turn the fabric so that both the scarves are visible – one around the neck, and the other as hanging loose ends.
This is the easiest way to wear a scarf. Royal and mature in approach, simply take the scarf and wrap it around your shoulders.
The Classic Loop
The easiest way to wrap a scarf is the classic loop. Throw the scarf over the back of your neck and keep one end hanging longer than the other. Take one end of the scarf and wrap it around your neck, still keeping one loose end longer than the other.
Try on these perfect knots to make the best of your scarf!