Tie a scarf by folding it in half, looping it around your neck, threading one end through the loop, twisting the loop and threading the other end through the loop. This takes only a few minutes and adds an elegant look t... More »

While there are many ways to tie a long scarf, Redbook Magazine suggests the cascade or the over-under, both of which involve looping the scarf around the neck and adjusting the tails, either in uneven lengths or through... More »

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In order to tie a desert scarf, otherwise known as a shemagh, fold the scarf into a triangle and drape it over the head about 3/4 of the way to one side, then pull the short end up around the chin and tie the long end to... More »

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To tie an infinity scarf, fold the scarf lengthwise in half, wrap it around your neck to form a loop, tie the ends into a knot to form a bow, and adjust the bow. This should take only a minute or two. More »

There are several ways to wear a scarf, including the popular infinity style, which involves creating a large loop, hanging the loop over the neck and placing the knot towards the back, then twisting the scarf in a figur... More »

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While there are many ways to tie a long scarf, Redbook Magazine suggests the cascade or the over-under, both of which involve looping the scarf around the neck and adjusting the tails, either in uneven lengths or through... More »

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To tie a silk scarf, fold the scarf in half triangularly, and drape it around your neck so the apex of the triangle hangs down your chest. Cross the ends of the triangle in the back of your neck, bring the ends to the fr... More »

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