How to tie
a scarf

Switching up your look has never been
easier. From neckerchiefs to oversized
styles, we¡¯ll inspire you with our
scarf-tying Master Class.

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Oblong scarves

The loop

Fold the scarf in half and drape it
around the back of your neck. Pull the
loose ends through the loop and
tighten at the base of your neck.

The knot

Wrap the scarf around your neck,
letting one end hang a little longer.
Wrap the long end around again and
pull it under and over the shorter end.

The loop & tuck

Wrap the scarf around your neck,
letting one end hang a little longer.
Loop the long end around twice and
tuck each side under.

The half bow

Wrap it around your neck, leaving
one end longer. Tie a half knot. Hold
on to the short end and take the long
end under as if you were tying
another knot. Pull it through,
creating the half bow.

The kimono

Hold on to both ends of the scarf as
you wrap it over your back and around
your shoulders. Take the two ends and
tie a knot at your lower back.

The belt

Roll the scarf until you have a twisted
belt shape. Pull it through your belt
loops and tie with a double knot, either
centered or to the side.


Neck scarves

The neckerchief

Fold the scarf in half diagonally to
create a triangle. Fold it over again
until you have a long length. Place the
scarf around the front of your neck. Pull
the ends forward to tie a knot.

The v-neck side tie

Fold the scarf in half diagonally to
create a triangle. Wrap the folded
corners around your neck, crossing
them once in the back. Pull the ends
forward on top of the scarf and tie in a knot.

The bracelet

Fold the scarf in half to create a long
length. Wrap it around your wrist a few
times and finish with a knot.

The keychain

Fold the scarf in half diagonally to
create a triangle. Fold the top corner
over until you have a long length. Tie
the scarf around the base of the handle,
and you¡¯re done.

The handle

Fold the scarf in half to create a long
length. Knot one end to the handle of
your handbag. Wrap the scarf around
the handle on a diagonal, keeping it
tight. Finish by knotting the other end.


Square scarves

The belted wrap

Fold the scarf in half diagonally to
create a triangle. Drape the long, folded
side over one shoulder and keep it in
place with a belt at the waist.

The v-neck
front tie

Fold the scarf in half diagonally to
create a triangle. Drape it over your
shoulders, pulling the ends forward. Tie
the ends into a knot below your neck.

The front drape

Fold the scarf in half diagonally to
create a triangle. Drape it around your
neck with the triangle end facing
forward. Wrap the ends back around,
letting them hang down.

The neck tie

Fold the scarf into a long rectangular
shape. Wrap it around the front of your
neck, bringing the ends forward. Tie a
half knot to the side.