Scarf Tying Guide: Introduction

Scarves and shawls are the classic accessory and perhaps the most versatile.

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A scarf or shawl can pull an outfit together, add a touch of femininity to a tailored suit or give panache to evening wear. It is also a great way to add a dash of sophistication to travelling clothes.

Scarves and shawls can look classic, elegant, casual, dashing or even sporty. And in addition to being worn around the neck or head, they can be looped, tied, twisted and knotted into halter tops, belts, wraps, hair accessories and evening bags.

Some of these styles will accent your outfit, some will flatter the shape of your face and some will act as the main attraction. It's all up to you. With a few basic scarf tying techniques, you'll find that none of them are difficult to tie.

Have fun, experiment, and enjoy wearing your scarf or shawl!

To make it easier for you to find the your style we have divided our scarves and shawls tying guide in categories:

1. Basic Scarf Tying Techniques

Basic Scarf Tying Techniques


2. Tying Neck Scarves

Tying Neck Scarves


3. Tying Head Scarves

Tying Head Scarves


4. Evening Scarf Tying Styles

Evening Scarf Tying Styles


5. More Ideas for Tying Scarves

More Ideas for Tying Scarves


6. Books on Tying and Wearing Scarves and Shawls

Books on Tying and Wearing Scarves and Shawls


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