How to Tie a Winter Scarf

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Knowing how to tie a winter scarf correctly is something that many people have difficulty with each year, as it is not necessarily intuitive. The fact is, there are a variety of different ways to tie a winter scarf, each with its own unique style and utility. Try these styles to find one that suits you.

ascot wrapAscot Wrap

One of the most popular ways to wear a scarf is known as the Ascot Wrap. This is a great way to add a bit of elegance to your outfit without having to put in too much effort. Start by letting the scarf dangle around your neck so that the material is actually resting on your back. Take each end and cross them, slowly bringing them forward around and over the neck. Once the scarf is in front of you, either let it dange or tie it into a simple knot.


 European loop scarf tieEuropean Loop

The European Loop is another extremely popular scarf-tying techniques, and is simple and easy to learn. Start by folding the scarf bottom to bottom so that a single fold forms. Next, let the scarf dangle so that the fold is on one side of your neck. Take the two loose ends and pass them through the fold. Tighten as desired.


Fake knot scarf tieFake Knot

If you want to tie a scarf so that it looks similar to a tie, there's no better way to do so than by employing the Fake Knot. Start by dangling the scarf from the back of the neck forward.  Tie a knot in one end about one-quarter of the way from the bottom.  Pass the other end through the space in the knot, and tighten to create a Fake Knot that will be sure to impress. This knot also looks great when you wrap the scarf around your neck twice, then fashion the knot.


Works Cited

Brooks Brothers
Elegant Scarf Knots
How to Tie a Scarf: 9 Tying Techniques

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