Scarves not only keep you warm, but also add a touch of elegance to your outfit. If you want to vary your style a bit, there are many ways to tie them. Take a look at these options and see if any catch your eye.
Place the scarf over both shoulders.
Let the loose ends of the scarf hang down the front of your chest. Check that these loose sections are even, so you have a smart, professional outfit. 
- The drop style is great if you’re not as concerned about staying warm. The scarf can add a nice pop of color to your outfit, while drawing more attention to your face.
- If you’re wearing a suit jacket, you can also tuck your scarf under it. 
Hang the scarf back over your shoulders.
Lay the scarf evenly across your back. Wrap the right section of the scarf around the neck. flipping it back, behind the right shoulder. Then, repeat this process with the left section, wrapping it around and flipping it over the left shoulder. 
- This style is a good option if you are going to be exposed to cold weather.
Wrap the scarf once around the neck.
Position the scarf so that one end is longer than the other. Take the scarf with the longest section and wrap it around your neck. Then, flip this section over to the front of your chest. 
Flip one end of the scarf over your shoulder.
Place the scarf around the nape of the neck with both ends falling evenly. Take one end of the scarf and place it around your neck. Then flip it over the shoulder so it hangs down your back. 
- You can wrap the scarf around your neck twice if you prefer.
Pass the scarf by itself.
Fold the scarf in half and place it around the neck. One end of the scarf will resemble a folded loop, while the loose sections will be at the other end. Thread them through the loop of the scarf, keeping the fabric centered across the chest. 
Wrap yourself warm by wrapping the scarf twice.
Position the scarf so that one section is longer than the other. Take the longest section and wrap it around the neck twice. Then, flip the excess part in front of your shoulder. At this point, both ends of the scarf will be an even length. 
Cross over and tuck in the scarf.
Wrap the scarf around your neck so that both sides are even. Cross both sections of the scarf in an “X” over your chest, bringing them around your lower back. Go through and tie the ends of the scarf around the lower back to hold it in place. 
- This style is most effective if you wear some type of suit jacket over it.
Tie the scarf in the style of a French knot tie.
Place the scarf over your shoulders so that one end is longer than the other. Take the longer end of the scarf, placing it above and below the smaller section. Pull the longest section out of the scarf and over it. Then, adjust and center it so that both ends fall on your chest. 
- This loose, single-knot style is a great option if you’re in cool weather.
Turn the scarf into a hood.
Bring one end of the scarf down to the hips. Then, keep the other section of the neck. Take the long section of the scarf and wrap it several times around the neck until the scarf is short. Then, hide both ends inside the hood-wrapped scarf. 
Tie the scarf in a mock knot.
Wrap the scarf around the neck to create a long and short section. Tie the longest section of the scarf into a very loose knot. Then, thread the shorter section of the scarf through the loop of this knot. Adjust both ends of the scarf until they are even, and tighten the material so that it is snug and snug around your neck. [eleven]
Wear the scarf in the reverse knot style.
Hang the scarf unevenly so that one section is longer than the other. Wrap the long end of the scarf around the nape of the neck. Then, guide this section through the newly formed scarf loop around the neck. Grab the shorter section of the scarf, lifting it up and threading it through this same loop. 
- This style is great if you are in freezing weather.
Wrap the scarf in an inverted cross knot.
Position the scarf so that one end is longer. Wrap the longest section of the scarf around your neck twice. Then, tuck the shorter end of the scarf over and under the longer section. When finished, the scarf will look like a thicker version of a French knot tie. 
- This scarf will keep you insulated and protected on very cold days.
Consider the following factors when choosing your scarf:
- Neck Length: If your neck is shorter, opt for a narrower scarf and only wrap it once or twice. If you have a longer neck, you will have no problem using a thicker scarf or wrapping it around your neck more times.
- Color: Scarves are a really fun way to add a pop of color to your outfit. If you’re wearing a monochrome outfit, you can even throw on a scarf with multicolored patterns.
- Patterns – Just make sure one pattern is big and the other is small. For example, you can wear a scarf with a large floral pattern with a shirt with small blue squares.
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