To wear a wool scarf, wrap it around the neck and secure it with a knot. There are several different ways to tie a scarf.
Wool scarves help keep the neck area warm and shield it from the elements. They are also very stylish. Popular ways to tie scarves include the European loop, the overhand knot and the pashmina knot.
As the name suggests, the European loop is very popular in Europe. To secure a scarf using the loop-through method, fold the scarf in half and drape it around the neck. Pull the ends through the loop and tighten the loop close to the neck.
The overhand knot is also known as an Ascot knot. To create this knot, drape the scarf around the neck and tie an over-and-under knot. Let the "over" part of the knot hang over the rest of the knot.
The pashmina tying technique is a popular way of wearing pashminas. To secure a scarf using this method, drape the scarf around the neck with the ends hanging down the back instead of the front. Wrap the ends around to the front. Tie a knot to secure the scarf and tuck the knot under the top layer.
Men and women can also simply drape wool scarves around their necks or wrap them around the neck area.