How to Tie a Scarf Around the Neck

Tying a scarf is simple, the hard part is choosing which style you're going to sport on your occasion , for over ten different ways to tie a scarf, continue reading.

❖ Method 1 of 10: The Modern One Loop

1  Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end slightly longer than the other end.

2  Loop the longer end around your neck once.

3  Adjust loop over neck and balance out the ends of the scarf. Ends can either be same length or slightly different.

❖ Method 2 of 10: The Bunny Ear

1  Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end significantly longer than the other end.

2  Loop the longer end around your neck twice in the same direction.

3  Take the same end you looped around your neck and fit it through the second loop.

4  Tie a simple overhand knot with both ends of the scarf.

5  Fit the loops over the knot so that two ends are dangling off the loop, slightly to the side.

❖ Method 3 of 10: The Turtleneck

1  Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end significantly longer than the other end.

2  Loop the longer end around your neck three or four times in the same direction.

3  Tie a simple overhand knot with both ends of the scarf, and then tie another overhand knot to get rid of most excess fabric.

4  Fit the knot underneath the loop so that no excess fabric is showing.

❖ Method 4 of 10: The Infinity Loop

1  Drape scarf over shoulder so that both ends are equidistant.

2  At the very bottom of both ends, tie an overhand knot.

3  Tie another overhand knot to ensure that the first knot does not slip.

4  Take the loop (shaped like an "O") and twist it so that it's shaped like an "8".

5  Drape the bottom loop of the "8" over your head.

❖ Method 5 of 10: The Quick Toss

1  Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end slightly longer than the other end.

2  Loop the longer end over your neck, but not fully around. The scarf should be hanging down from your back.

❖ Method 6 of 10: The European Loop

1  Fold the scarf in half lengthwise.

2  Drape folded scarf over shoulder, with the non-folded end significantly longer than the folded end.

3  Fit the non-folded end into the loop created by the folded end and tighten.

❖ Method 7 of 10: The Celebrity Loop

1  Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end significantly longer than the other end.

2  Loop the longer end around your neck three times in the same direction.

3  Fit the end when you loop through the third loop so that it's dangling down underneath the loop.

4  Fit the non-looped end over and into the third loop .

❖ Method 8 of 10: The Waterfall

1  Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end significantly longer than the other end.

2  Loop the longer end around your neck one time.

3  Take the end you used to loop and secure it by the top corner.

4  Fit the top corner into the loop at the side of the neck. When done properly, the unattached side dangles down like a waterfall.

❖ Method 9 of 10: The Magic Trick

1  Drape scarf over shoulder, with one end slightly longer than the other end.

2  Loop the longer end around your neck once.

3  Using the non-looped end, tug a little bit of the fabric through the loop, forming a semi-circle.

4  Fit the looped end through the semi-circle.

5  Adjust both ends to balance out the scarf.

❖ Method 10 of 10: The Braid

1  Fold the scarf in half lengthwise.

2  Drape folded scarf over shoulder, with the non-folded end significantly longer than the folded end.

3  Fit the non-folded end into the loop created by the folded end, leaving space at the end of the fold.

4  Twist the folded end over itself, forming an "8."

5  Fit the rest of the non-folded end into the second loop created by the twist.

6  Adjust and balance out the scarf.