A scarf is a terrific way to change your look, add a splash of color, and still look stylish and enjoyable. But in order to knot a scarf properly, specific expertise is needed. People frequently claim, "I'm just not a scarf person," but what they really mean is that they are unable to knot a scarf in a fashionable and engaging way. We're delighted to share with you 8 various methods to tie your scarves below so you may be stylish and functional in every season.
Make a loop by folding the scarf in half lengthwise and letting the ends touch. Your neck will be covered by the folded scarf after you've looped its ends through. Until it feels comfortable around your neck, tighten it.
The scarf should be entirely open before being folded diagonally into a sizable triangle. Form a single, broad, triangle-shaped loop by loosely knotting the two ends of the cord. Tie a knot at the back of your neck and drape it over your head. Place your hand inside the loop, twist it once (180 degrees), and then reposition the new, smaller loop over your head. The scarf's tips should face the front, and the knot should be near the back of your neck for comfort.
Wrap the scarf twice around your neck while it is extended lengthwise. Make sure the scarf's tails on either side of your wrap are long and evenly spaced. The scarf should now be slipped so that one side of the tail is longer than the other. The shorter side of the scarf should be wrapped around the long end of the scarf. With the loose ends hanging freely at the bottom of the knot, neatly place the knot beneath the double wrap around your neck.
Cross the ends of the scarf at the back of your neck and wrap it around your neck, letting the loose ends hang forward. Close to your neck, tie a loose, straightforward knot. Place the scarf's main portion over the covert knot while it is still wrapped around your neck. Set the scarf up so it falls perfectly on your front and the knot is concealed by the scarf that is being worn around your neck.
The scarf's front ends should fall over your shoulders as you gently wrap it around your back. On each side of the scarf, tie a little knot. Make sure the two knots are parallel to one another and hanging at the same height. Next, tie the scarf's two ends together to form one substantial loop. To make a necklace with two decorative knots at the front, turn the scarf so the conjoining knot is at the back of your neck.
The scarf should be fully opened before being folded diagonally into a sizable triangle. Lay the scarf loosely across your shoulders, letting the ends fall toward your hands. Your back will be crossed by a triangle with its tip pointed downward. Tie a loose knot across your back with the scarf's ends draped over your arms. To conceal the knot, pull the scarf's pointed end downward.
One time, loosely wrap the scarf around your neck so that the flat portion is in front of your neck and the cross-section is in the back. Bring the scarf's ends forward. Take the scarf's one end and cross it over the top of the loop that is around your neck. Pulling the end out of the loop's base. The loop will slightly twist as a result of this. By elevating the end, bringing it over the loop at your neck, and bringing it through the bottom of the loop, repeat the same with the opposite side. Put the scarf's two ends neatly side by side and in parallel.
Wrap the scarf loosely around your neck, starting in the middle and crossing the ends several times until the bulk of the scarf's length is covered by the wrap. This may require multiple scarf crosses to create a lofty neck covering. Tie the two ends loosely together at the base of the wrap when the ends are almost completely used up. Position one end over your shoulder if you choose to leave the ends untucked.