How to Tie a Scarf

A well-tied scarf can bring your look together, deliver a sharper edge to an otherwise classic outfit and, of course, keep you warm and cozy during winter’s chilly days. However, for a scarf to look good on you, as well as to appropriately pull together the rest of your garments, it needs to be perfectly tied. Tying a scarf seems deceptively simple, but with all the shapes and sizes of neckwear it might turn into a messy endeavor that leaves you looking more awkward than stylish and sexy. No worries though, we have selected for you the 7 coolest and easiest ways to tie a scarf!

How to Tie a Scarf, Option 1

The Drape is a simple and very sharp classic. Think retro dandy who knows exactly what he wants. You want to use luxurious, mid-length scarves for this one and it is suitable for moderately cold weather.

Drape

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How to Tie a Scarf, Option 2

This is perhaps the simplest and most common technique suitable for moderate weather.

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How to Tie a Scarf, Option 3

The Over Hand looks classical, very cool and elegant. Perfect for wool and cashmere blend scarves, as well as cool weather.

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How to Tie a Scarf, Option 4

The Reverse Drape Tuck takes just a little bit more practice, but tie your scarf this way a couple of times and you would have mastered this stylish technique. It is suitable for very cold weather and any warm scarf.

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How to Tie a Scarf, Option 5

The Fake Knot is playful and fun, and will certainly make you stand out from the crowd. You can use it both with luxury scarves and regular winter ones.

Fake Knot

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How to Tie a Scarf, Option 6

Is it truly unbelievably freezing outside? This knot will save you from the cold! The Reverse Drape Cross is best done with long, warm and soft scarves.

Reverse Drape Cross

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How to Tie a Scarf, Option 7

This technique, called Four in Hand, is for the pros but that doesn’t mean you can’t easily become one. Simply practice a bit and next time you walk out of the house you will be extra warm and stylish.

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