Ever realized how a square piece of fabric and its versatile flair is able to help you put the right foot in fashion! You can channel your casual style by artistically draping scarves around your neck or any other parts of the body where you want some added twist! Apart from the efficacy of keeping you warm, this simple accessory has endless trove of clever styling calibre to individualize your separate androgynous ensembles. The fun part about this accessory is, you may not need to own a great quantity but learning to tie a scarf like a pro will do you the favor. Scroll down to master the method of tying a scarf knot to pull the fairly simple yet everlasting coveted accessory with finesse.
The Simple Knot
This style can be a simplistic if you are apathetic towards the knot practice but still want to adorn your neck. Place the scarf around your neck holding both the end of the scarves together. Now you have two ends right there; the open end and the other in U-shape. Thread the open ends of the scarf through the U-shaped fold and pull till the scarf feels comfortable around your neck and et voila!
The Parisian-Girl Knot
To achieve this knot-style, you need to opt for a square shaped scarf. Placing the scarf on a flat surface, bunch it in a rectangle shape and keep folding it inwards until you reach your desired width. Then place it against the front of your neck and bring it around the back of your neck to tie a knot in the front. Lastly, tuck the loose ends somewhere inside the scarf or let it flow.
The Knotted Necklace
While travelling, this scarf-knot can become a great source of ornamentation when you are not armed with enough accessories. Grab a silk scarf and plant it around the back of your neck. Tie a knot on one side followed by the other. Pick the loose ends only to tie them together. Turn around the scarf to secure and flaunt the knots in the front for a neck-piece touch.
The Ascot Knot
This fancy sounding knot is relatively difficult than the ones we have mentioned above! To form this knot you need a medium-length scarf so that you have enough room for a descending effect. Place your scarf around the back of your neck with the ends hanging in front. Wrap one end over the other twice. On last fold, bring the end up through the loop at your neck. Spread the top of the knot and front layer of the scarf so it covers the underneath layer.
The Layered knot
The next scarf styling technique works best for a playful fall look. Begin with placing the scarf over your head then cross the ends and loop them all the way round your neck. Next tie the both ends bringing forward. Once you have completed the knot, drop the head-covering part backwards. You are all set to pop-eyes with your trendy voluminous scarf knot!