How To Tie Neck Scarf
A scarf is a versatile accessory to have in your wardrobe and learning how to tie a neck scarf can help you take a drab outfit and give it that extra pizzazz. Regardless whether you choose to wear it with jeans or a T shirt, the difference is amazing. Thus, when it comes to tying a neck scarf, the styles are endless.
- Take your scarf. Fold it in the shape of a triangle. Bring the middle section as well as the broad area and fold until your scarf looks like a two inch band. Take your scarf and wrap it around your neck and then tie it into a knot. You can wear the scarf in this manner with an open collar blouse.
- Do the European neck scarf loop. It is a cute and an easy way to tie a neck scarf. Achieve this look by folding your neck scarf in half lengthwise. Take the folded scarf and drape it around your neck. Make sure one side of the loose ends hangs with the other folded ends. Then, pick up the two lose ends and bring them through the loop adjusting the loose ends towards your neck, and you are done. With this design, you can wear the scarf either to the side or towards the middle.
- Try the crisscross knot scarf design. The crisscross knot scarf design like the European loop requires the neck scarf folded lengthwise in half and drape around the neck. The two neck scarf ends should be loose hanging down on one side with the side folded. Bring one of the loose ends through the loop you created during the fold.
- Wear your neck scarf as an Ascot wrap. This style is similar to wearing a tie. Do this by making the left side longer than the right side. Then, take the left end and place it over the right side, and bring it through the loop. Spread the scarf out, open two or three buttons push the ends in, and you have a cute neck scarf.
Tip: Who said you have to have a fancy tie design to sport a neck scarf? Take your favorite scarf, fold it in half lengthwise and place it around your neck with the two ends drape in front. Now, you have a cute neck scarf that only took you one second to put together.