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Super stylish ways to Tie a Scarf

Super stylish ways to Tie a Scarf

Some people are crazy about scarves as they always spice up the drabbest of outfits. But are you aware that this small piece of cloth can be used in the trendiest ways. We have come up with few chic ways to tie a scarf, so let’s have a look so you can figure which one is your favourite.

Knotted Shawl

It is slightly more unconventional version of the wrap. Drape the scarf around the shoulders like a shawl and take the ends and tie a knot on the back. Next pull the knot up high on your back. Pull the down the scarf to cover up the knot. Wear this look in the evening over a sleeveless dress or top
and you are good to go.     Knotted Necklace

Don’t have time to change after a day at work and need to meet your loved ones? Opt for this look. Put the scarf behind your neck. Take one end and drape it around your hand. Tug it through to make a loose loop. Now bring the other end of the scarf and let it go under the knot loop and the take
above it. French Twist

Just double the scarf in half and put it around your shoulders. Take one loose end of it and tug it above and then under the scarf loop. Use the other end and go underneath and put it above the same loop. This look is good over a formal shirt. You can also wear a jacket to complete the look. Neck Wrap Want to spice up your casual look and make it look chic?  Try this look. Take a long scarf once around your neck. Tie a small knot using the long ends, and take it closer to your neck. Tug the
remaining loose fabric of the scarfand cover the knot.

The Muffler Look  

This is a best way to keep yourself warm during winter months. Try this look to keep the cold breeze away. Loop a long scarf twice around your neck. Secure the loose ends and tuck them under the loops. The Necklace Look Dropped something on your top and don’t have time to change or even wash it off! Cover it up with this look. Double a long scarf in half lengthwise. Take the diagonal ends
and knot them together. Put it over your neck, then twist it and loop again


Classic Knot You can opt for this classy look- not only this is easy but it also looks good too. Fold the scarf in the middle and drape it around your neck and bring its loose ends in the front creating a loop, pull the ends through it.



This look is slightly different and requires a bit of patience. But once you know it, this will be your favourite day time look. If you know how to braid your hair,then this should be a piece of cake. Wrap a long scarf behind your neck. Secure a loose half knot with the ends. Take the right end of the scarf and cross it over the left then pull it under the scarf loop and over. Now take both the ends and criss-cross them over each other until a braid is formed (tip- start from the left end). Tug the braid to have a relaxed look, make a knot of loose ends or leave it loose.      

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