Stylish Ways to Wearing Scarf in Knots
- DOUBLE LOOP KNOT
Drape the scarf evenly around your neck to form a loop. Take one end over and down through the loop and tie it to the other end to form a knot.
- ASCOT KNOT
Wrap the scarf around your neck. Pass the left end under the right end. Bring the left end upwards and over the loop created to form a knot. Adjust so that both ends hang at the same length.
- SLIP KNOT
This method is similar to tying a tie. Drape the scarf around the neck such that one end is longer than the other. Cross the long end over the short one and pinch the point where they intersect. Without releasing the pinch, wrap the long end around the short one from behind to form a knot. Pull the long end up and through the loop at the intersect. With your fingers holding the knot loose, slip the long end down through the opening and tighten.
- PARISIAN KNOT
Fold the scarf halfway along its length and wrap it around your neck. Take the loose ends, and pass them through the looped end and pull downward.
- FAKE KNOT
Drape the scarf evenly around your neck and make a knot on one end. Take the other end and pass it through this knot then tighten.
- HOLLYWOOD KNOT
Wrap the scarf around your neck with one end slightly longer than the other. Cross the longer end over the shorter one. Pass it under the loop created twice. The longer end should now be in front the shorter one.
- FRENCH TWIST KNOT
With the middle of the scarf on the front side of your neck, wrap it around the back with the ends hanging on your chest. Tie a knot just under your chin. Loosening the scarf, tie a second knot then displace it to one side.