Lots of us have figured out that a scarf is the cheapest, fastest way to amp up an otherwise ordinary shirt, sweater, coat, blouse, jacket, dress — you name it.
Look around. Everybody's wearing them — with varying degrees of success. Sure, you can give the thing a quick wrap or a sloppy knot but, with very little effort, you can tie it like a pro.
Awhile back, with the help of my fashionable friend Kyler Powell, an event planner and business student, I introduced you to scarf-tying 2.0 with the admittedly complicated (but worth it) "pretzel" knot.
Well, Kyler and I are back with scarf-tying 3.0. Bookmark this step-by-step photo gallery.
ANOTHER KNOT TO TRY
- Follow step 1 as shown in the Double Ascot photo gallery.
- Pull only one of the fringed ends through the loop. (Do not twist loop first.)
- Twist loop away from you once.
- Pull other fringed end through twisted loop.
- Follow steps 7 and 8 as shown in the Double Ascot photo gallery.