Scarf or no scarf? For this cold weather I suggest you just scarf it.Scarfs help in holding off the cold weather for those who are prone to getting colds. On top of keeping you warm scarves can also be a fashion statement depending on how you tie them.The beauty of scarves is that they are suitable for both sexes. Ladies are the ones who mostly love scarves. Well for ladies here are some ways to tie your scarves:
Wrap the scarf behind your neck. Take one end and wrap it around your hand. Pull it through to make a loose knot. Take the other scarf end and pull it through the side knot, going under the knot loop and then over.
Loop a long scarf once around your neck. Make a half knot with the long ends up near the neck. Pull the fabric of the neck loop down over the half knot.
Pull the scarf around your neck and pull one end down slightly longer. Wrap that end around your neck and let both ends hang.
Take a long scarf and put it behind your neck. Tie a loose half knot with the ends. Take the right end and cross it over the left then pull it under the scarf loop and over. Let it hang down and grab the left end(now on the right side) and cross it over the other end. Pull it up and over. Repeat until the ends are too short to loop. Pull the braid to loosen it and then knot the short end pieces together.
Loop the scarf twice around your neck. Take one end over and down through the neck loops and tie ends together.
I had said men also do scarves. Well here is how they can pull it off in a stylish manner.
You don’t tie the scarf at all. It is best for a cool weather and not for a cold one. Drape the scarf over your neck, equal lengths on each side and do not tie it.
Drape the scarf around your neck, making one end longer than the other. Take the long end of the scarf , cross it over the short end, then bring it under your neck to tie. After you tie the knot, pull on both ends of the scarf to tighten it until you are satisfied with the look. This scarf knot looks best when one end is slightly longer than the other.
Drape the scarf around your neck, making one end longer than the other. Take the long end of the scarf and bring it behind and around itself to form a loop, then take the end down and through the loop. Grab the other end of the scarf and bring it down and through the loop as well to tie the knot. Work the knot up to your neck by gently pulling on each end of the scarf while sliding the knot up.
Lay the scarf around your neck such that both ends are parallel in the front. Bring one end over and then under the other end. Drape the front end over the back, adjusting the length to your liking.
Start with one end in the front, close to your neck and wrap the long end around your neck until it is short. Tuck both ends into the wrapped scarf. Flush-out the knot.
Just like that and you can enjoy your scarf filled attire.