Stylish tips to wear and tie a scarf

Scarves are amazing and can take almost any outfit up a notch. Women fashion scarves are the most versatile, simplest and money saving accessories you could ever have in your closet. Scarves are fabulous outfit multipliers and can easily change the look of your ensemble. A scarf adds a chic, fun and cozy punch to your outfits without looking like you’re trying too hard.

So if you don’t want to add anything glitzy or sparkly such as jewelry but still want to look stylish then wearing a scarf is definitely the way to go!

Modern one loop

Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end slightly longer than the other end. Loop the long end around your neck once. Adjust loop over neck and balance out the ends of the scarf. Ends can either be the same length or slightly different.

Bunny ear

Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end significantly longer than the other end. Loop the long end around your neck twice in the same direction. Take the same end you looped around your neck and fit it through the second loop. Tie a simple overhand knot with both ends of the scarf. Fit the loops over the knot so that the two ends are dangling off the loop, slightly to the side.

Turtleneck

Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end significantly longer than the other end. Loop the long end around your neck three or four times in the same direction. Tie a simple overhand knot with both ends of the scarf, and then tie another overhand knot to get rid of most excess fabric. Fit the knot underneath the loop so that no excess fabric is showing.

Infinity loop

Drape scarf over the shoulder so that both ends are equidistant. At the very bottom of both ends, tie an overhand knot. Tie another overhand knot to ensure that the first knot does not slip. Take the loop (shaped like an “O”) and twist it so that it’s shaped like an “8”. Drape the bottom loop of the “8” over your head.

A quick toss

Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end slightly longer than the other end. Loop the longer end over your neck, but not fully around. The scarf should be hanging down from your back.

European loop

Fold the scarf in half lengthwise. Drape folded scarf over shoulder, with the non-folded end significantly longer than the folded end. Fit the non-folded end into the loop created by the folded end and tighten.

Celebrity loop

Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end significantly longer than the other end. Loop the longer end around your neck three times in the same direction. Fit the end when you loop through the third loop so that it’s dangling down underneath the loop. Fit the non-looped end over and into the third loop.

Waterfall

Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end significantly longer than the other end. Loop the longer end around your neck one time. Take the end you used to loop and secure it by the top corner. Fit the top corner into the loop at the side of the neck. When done properly, the unattached side dangles down like a waterfall.

Magic trick

Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end slightly longer than the other end. Loop the longer end around your neck once. By using the non-looped end, tug a little bit of the fabric through the loop and forming a semi-circle. Fit the looped end through the semi-circle. Adjust both ends to balance out the scarf.

Braid

Fold the scarf in half lengthwise. Drape folded scarf over shoulder, with the non-folded end significantly longer than the folded end. Fit the non-folded end into the loop created by the folded end, leaving space at the end of the fold. Twist the folded end over itself, forming an “8.” Fit the rest of the non-folded end into the second loop created by the twist. Adjust and balance out the scarf.