Posted on December 05 2018
The first recorded mention of scarfs comes from Ancient Egypt with Queen Nefertiti. In the 19th century, scarves entered the fashion scene, and today there many types of scarfs available.
In the winter tossing a scarf around your neck might be all you do, but scarfs have much more potential. They lend themselves to any occasion and season and can be worn in countless ways. Find 15 ways to tie a long scarf below.
Tie the ends of a scarf together. Hang the loop around your neck. At your collarbone, twist the scarf to make another loop. Layer this loop on top of the first. Repeat once more if desired.
Fold the scarf in half and drape around your neck. Take one end of the scarf and pull it over then back under the loop. Take the second end and pull it under then back over the loop. Adjust as needed.
Fold the scarf in half and drape around your neck. Pull the ends of the scarf together through the loop. Adjust so the ends fall in front of you.
Drape the scarf around your neck. Tie the ends together twice, the second time tying in the opposite direction (i.e., bottom loop from first tie goes on top). Tighten and adjust.
Drape the scarf around your neck. Make a loose knot with one piece, and then pull the other piece through the loose knot.
Double Wrap Neck Knot
Loop the scarf around your neck twice. Make a little knot with the ends.
Drape the scarf around your neck. Fold one end over the other three times. Pull that end up and over the loop of the scarf. Adjust as needed.
Loop and Tuck Knot
Drape the scarf around your neck so the ends hang on your back. Bring the ends to the front and tuck them around your neck and under the scarf loop.
Drape the scarf around your neck. Tie parallel knots down the length of the scarf.
Double Scarf Tie
Layer two scarfs end to end. Drape around your neck so that the ends hang on your back. Bring the ends to the front and tie into a loose knot.
Drape the scarf around your neck. Tie a bow. You can tie it close to your neck or farther down the scarf.
Cozy Neck Wrap
Wrap the scarf around your neck twice. Half-knot the ends together and tuck under the scarf.
Wrap the scarf around your neck. Pull both scarf ends up and over the loop. Let hang.
Wrap the scarf around your neck twice. Pull one end up and over the loops. Knot the ends together.
Drape the scarf around your neck so one end is larger than the other. Cross the ends and pull the longer end through the scarf as a small loop (that’s the bow). Tighten to keep the bow in place.