Four ways to tie a scarf

Four ways to tie a scarf

How to tie a scarf in style this Winter

The classic scarf is an essential accessory during chilly Winters to add insulation and style to your look in an instant. The way you style your scarf can alter your look; watch the video to learn about different ways to tie a scarf.

Start by opting for a pure wool or cashmere scarf for optimum warmth, comfort and quality.

The Parisian Knot

Neat, classic and fuss-free, ‘The Parisian Knot’ will add a polished finish to your outfit and is a perfect choice for stepping out into the cold weather. Just fold the scarf in half, then drape it around your neck, slipping the loose ends through the loop, what’s more, the scarf can be easily removed. Style yours with a merino jumper and a blazer for a smart weekend look.

The Once Round

A sensible choice for sub-zero temperatures, wrap-up with ‘The Once Round’; a draped option that will complement casual looks or tone down your tailoring. Simply wrap it in a loop around your neck with both ends hanging down the front, you can alternate the scarf lengths whether you prefer them to be even or not.

The Half Round

‘The Half Round’ is ‘The Once Round’s’ more artfully draped cousin, similar but with one end hanging down the front and the other down the back. This choice works better with a longer length scarf as there’s more fabric to hang down. It also feels slightly less restricting and is quicker to remove.

The Drape

‘The Drape’ is more about style than function, serving little purpose in warmth, but adding a finishing touch to a layered look. Build up your layers by styling a merino roll neck with a blazer and an overcoat, then simply drape the scarf around your neck for an edge.

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