Are you wondering how to tie a women’s scarf? The scarf is a highly versatile item in your wardrobe, not least in part because there are so many ways in which you can tie it.
Let’s run through a few of them now for you.
4 how to tie a women’s scarf methods
Here are 4 of our favourite methods for how to tie a women’s scarf methods, there are quite a few more but for now we’ll just focus on these ones as they give you a good range of various ways to tie your scarf to get you started with some inspiration and guidance.
For this one, simply fold your scarf in half so that you have a triangle. With the long side of the triangle facing towards you, pull the two corners around your neck until the scarf touches your chin. Then finally loosely knot the scarf in the front.
The Side Knot
This one requires you to fold the scarf into a triangle. Take the two corners and tie them around your neck into a half knot, going off to the side.
For the Kimono method, take two adjacent corners and then tie them together. Do the same with the other corners so that you end up with a rectangle shape. Finally, place the scarf around your shoulders, by using the spaces created by the knots as armholes.
The Halter Cover-Up
For our final method wrap the scarf around your chest. Then pull tightly to cross the other two corners, then bring the corners up and around your neck. Finally, tie a half knot to secure the scarf around your body.
More information and inspiration regarding how to tie a women’s scarf
There are some great resources online that can help you further when it comes to tie-ing a women’s scarf. One such resource is on the Youtube channel of women’s fashion guru Wendy’s Lookbook where she has posted an informative video on 25 Ways to Wear a Scarf in 4.5 Minutes!.
Be sure to have a watch for more ideas and inspiration.
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Conclusion regarding how to tie a women’s scarf
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