6 Ways to Tie a Scarf
By The LA Content Team - 3rd April 2020
Come rain or shine, slipping a lightweight fashion scarf around your neck will instantly lift your outfit to another level. Whether you’re chilling out in your off-duty jeans and tee combo, or need something to throw over seductive shoulders, add an edge with a perfectly tied scarf from our six ways to tie a scarf guide.
Scarves are a great way to experiment with new colours and patterns without committing to all-over prints, and in-your-face hues. Our helpful guide features six of our favourite ways to tie the chicest any-season accessory, and has been designed to work perfectly with our range of ladies’ summer fashion scarves.
1. The Celebrity Knot Scarf
Looking to style it up with A-list appeal, this scarf tying method is a must-have.
The finished look: this way of tying your scarf gives an asymmetric finish with large coverage across the front of the body.
Team with: this chic style covers a large area, and is perfect for showing off those power prints or motifs. Keep patterns and prints on your clothes to a minimum and showcase your scarf’s design with this tying method. This style is perfect worked over a simple summer dress.
2. The Infinity Knot Scarf
Want to disguise those scarf ends and keep it neat with a snood-like finish, double your scarf wardrobe with this scarf tying technique.
The finished look: don’t run out and buy new neck accessories, save your pennies with this tying method that looks just like a real snood.
Team with: This scarf tying method is great for converting your favourite scarves into sleek snoods. We love this style using a simple print scarf teamed with motif or pattern heavy tops and tees, for a balanced finish.
3. The Simple Loop Scarf
The simplest, chicest way to tie your favourite summer scarf…Just remember to fluff!
The finished look: two long ends of the scarf draped down from the centre of the body.
Team with: This super-versatile look works perfectly with almost any style, but we love it draped over a form fitting vest top or halter neck tee. This simple tying style is great for showing off patterned scarf ends and playful tasselled edging.
4. The Back Drape Scarf
Add a graceful finish day or night with this unique way to tie your favourite scarf.
The finished look: a snood-like finished across the front of the neck, with a long low down knot draped down the back.
Team with: this innovative style will update your evening styles with a classic edge. We love this technique when used with simple vintage inspired printed scarves. Plus, why not finish the style with a scarf ring on the front.
5. The Kimono Scarf
Need some shoulder cover in a hurry, create your own kimono with this simple scarf tying technique.
The finished look: the answers in the name with this one. Tie up your scarf this way and it’ll look just like you’re wearing a real kimono.
Team with: a summer style can’t possibly be complete without a way to cover up those shoulders, and this scarf tying method is sure to wake up any outfit lacking the fashion factor.
6. The Pretzel Scarf
Imbue your ensemble with this fresh twist on the ‘simple loop’ way to tie a scarf.
The finished look: two ends of the scarf draped down, like in the simple loop, but with a woven effect towards the neck.
Team with: this simple update on the classic style really does suit any style, but we're pairing ours with casual tees, high necklines and undone topknots.