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6 Easy Ways to Tie a Scarf

Scarves are amazing to have as they can accessorize your outfit and make you look effortlessly stylish. Even better is that they come in different types, sizes, shapes, and fabrics. There’s just a lot for you to choose from.

Moreover, each type of scarf can be tied in a variety of ways. Here are some of the most basic and easiest methods of scarf tying.

The Classic Loop

Put the scarf around your neck and pull one end a little bit longer to make it look asymmetrical. Take the longer end and wrap it around your neck. Let both ends hang freely.

The Drape

This one is pretty straightforward and definitely effortless, but it can still make your look so much well put. Simply drape the scarf over your shoulders and that’s it!

The Belted Drape

It’s as simple as the Drape. You only need to drape the scarf over your shoulders and wear a belt over it. This is usually best done with blanket scarves, but you can also do this style with a large square scarf or other a thinner scarf.

The French Twist

To do the French Twist, you need to take both ends of your scarf and alternately fold them inward toward the center until you have about a 2-inch wide band. Wrap this around your neck and make sure to cross both ends behind your neck and pull forward.

Tie a single knot at the center underneath your chin; then, gently twist the scarf to one side of your neck to make the knot look off-center. Finish it off by tying a double knot and let the ends hang loosely. Doesn’t that add an elegant touch to your OOTD?

The Classic Pull-Through

Fold your scarf in half and wrap it behind your neck. Take the loose ends and pull them through the loop. Feel free to adjust the loop under your neck.

The Knotted Shawl

Wrap the scarf around your shoulders like you would a shawl. Take both ends to the back and make a half knot. Make sure to pull the ends tightly up high and cover them by pulling the scarf fabric down.

Easy peasy, right?

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Gladdys Garcia

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