It is an art to learn how to tie a scarf. There are so many ways to use scarves. They can be an outfit or for other functions. You can use one to as a sling for a broken arm. You can wear it as a sexy halter. You can use it to cover up a bad dye job. This elegant piece of cloth is one of the most stylishly efficient tools you can have. To look fabulous, wear a long, silky wind-drifting scarf.
Go for the Jackie O look and wear it “babushka” style! Do you know how to tie a scarf like the rich and famous? Tie it around a ponytail, use it as a headband. But make sure you go the full lengthy yard and wear a pair of large sunglasses with it like Jackie. It will really make you look like a member of the fashion elite if you use a scarf as a hair accessory. There are some creative and chic ways to incorporate this status symbol into your everyday life.
For the Audrey Hepburn look, fold it in half so it forms a triangle. Grasp the two end points and lay the scarf on top of your head. Bring the ends down under your chin and twist twice, then bring them behind your neck and tie twice so the knot lays flat. Madonna also does the same thing which makes her look so mysterious. Looking like your favorite star was never so easy!
Fold it in half to make a triangle and go for a sexy top. Hold the triangle shape up where the top of the triangle is at your neck. Divide the top ends of the cloth and wrap them around your neck. Knot them and adjust as necessary to complement your neckline. Next, take both ends of the piece at your waist and pull them behind your back, tying them behind you. This flattering top feels so comfortable.
If you really feel adventurous, you can form the top end into a short chain or choker and then fasten it around your neck. If you are going for a wooowh effect, then wear your scarf as bikini top. Fold it in half in a triangle, wrap it around your back and, bringing the ends forward and tie them in a knot between your breasts. These are just some simple ways you should know how to tie a scarf.
This is an instructional video showing how to use twisty ties to thread rubber bands through buttons and beads. It is an easy and inexpensive method to add decorative touches to your loom creations. I’ve mentioned using this method in several of my previous Christmas charm videos and have since had requests to show how it is done. https://www.facebook.com/jordantine1designs
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