Forgot your gloves? Not a problem! Now you can stay toasty warm and super cute at the same time! Need a how-to of your own? I love this tutorial and have tried every look out for myself! And remember, there is no wrong way to tie a scarf, though this may have happened at one...

Wear it like a necklace Ditch the chunky necklace and go for a drapy scarf instead. (You know, if you want.) 8. Fancy it up Fancy up the look of any scarf with this stylish french knot. Get the full tutorial here. 9. Cinch a belt around it Perfect for when your outfit just needs a...

a lot of point left you can pull it back over the knot and tuck it in. If you have trouble keeping the point in place while you pull the sides up I have been known to kirby grip it in place and remove the grips once it's tied! Also don't worry about getting all your hair under the scarf....

in different ways (besides to wear it the "normal" way around the neck). So I went to the Hermès store to ask for advice. I excepted them to quickly give me an explanation and move on to other customers who would actually buy something, but instead a nice and helpful SA was more than happy...

Luxury goods behemoth Hermes has crafted a primer on how to tie the perfect knot or transform a silk scarf into a pretty top and more. I came across these 2011 knotting cards recently and couldn't get enough. You can get a set of knotting cards with your next purchase of a Hermes scarf, or...

ANYWAY so I love this scarf because it's all HUGE and comfy and warm and perfect (except for the hairs my lips catch and the ones that get in my mouth sometimes SMH) BUT because it's so big and fluffy, it can be kind of hard to style. So I figured I'd share some ways in which I tie an...

I'm a big scarf fan and have a collection that's definitely larger than necessary, but it wasn't until recently that I started wearing them any way other than in the conventional loop. You can braid them, tie them into infinity scarves, or twist them into all different sorts of artsy...

I suppose I would've somehow found a way to tie everything to a book, should I have been a book fanatic. But I'm more of a movie fan. Emphasis on fan and not fanatic. Because in my perspective, a fanatic goes way further in his or her passion. A fan is merely an admirer who doesn't miss a...

November 17, 2011 After you've thrown on a chapeau, complete your look with a fancy chiffon or cozy knit scarf! (Frowny face) Fret no more, beauties! This amazing video tutorialfrom Wendy's Lookbook will show you 25 different ways to tie a scarf in exactly 4 and a half minutes. And the...

Once the scarf is doubled over, thread the loose ends of the scarf through the 'hole' on the other side. Then cinch until it's tight enough to look neat (and not fall off) but not so tight that it looks like you're trying to turn a noose into a fashion accessory. Angelo Nardelli For...

 

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