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  • Stylish Ways to Tie a Scarf

    Scarves are undoubtedly one of the simplest but most fashionable accessories. We think that the elegance of women wearing them is a simple and elegant fashion statement, but scarves add a finishing touch to the world. Using printing, jacquard, embroidery, tailoring, etc., the scarf is colorful, and a variety of animal, plant, flower, landscape and other patterns show the diversity of styles. Long scarves, square scarves, scarves, shawls and other different sizes can meet the needs of different heights and different figures. A variety of colors fully show the beauty and charm of women.

    Anyone can wear a scarf in any season. Men can also wear scarves, not necessarily in winter. Scarves come in different shapes, colors, patterns and sizes. It is a good idea to have four seasons of scarves to choose from. You can also try different variations of silk, wool and cotton scarves, triangles, squares and rectangles. There are also many ways to tie a scarf. If you are looking for a different way to tie a scarf, here are three ideas to help you get started:

  • A simple and atmospheric method of thick scarf is to open it directly and use it as a shawl.

    This method is equivalent to one extra piece of clothing, which can be unfolded on the plane or in the restaurant, and there is no requirement for the hairstyle. Outdoors, you can also unfold the scarf and put it on your coat. As long as the shoulders are not too wide, this way can make the girls beautiful and warm.

  • Waterfall square

    Wrap the scarf loosely around your neck so that one end is much lower than the other, forming a loop.

    Pull the long end over the chest and tuck it into the loop on the other side of the neck.

    Put the two layers together. The loose corners should hang down in the center to create a chic square scarf style.

  • French knot

    Fold the scarf into a triangle. Roll it into a "hot dog" style until you get to the end.

    Put the scarf on your shoulders.

    Wrap the end around the neck and then go back to the front.

    The tie ends.

  • Parisian turban

    Fold the scarf in half diagonally.

    This step will depend on how big the "triangular" part of the scarf you want to be. If you have a square scarf, you can continue to the third step. If your scarf is larger than a small square, please continue with this step. You can roll the edges into a "hot dog" style. First roll the longest edge of the scarf, and then continue to roll until the end. Don't roll the scarf to the corner-stop midway. Remember, where you stop will determine the size of the "turban" part. You should now have a long rectangular roll with a triangle at the end.

    Tie the two ends together. You can hang them up, or you can tie a knot. Depending on your preference, you can tie the ends on or under the headscarf. Let them hang outside, or you can tuck the loose ends under the triangular part of the headscarf for a cleaner look. There is no wrong way-it depends on your purpose and how many scarves you want to show off!