Saturday, December 3, 2011

How to tie a scarf in winter: a master class

In cold weather, a scarf is an indispensable accessory of our wardrobe ... And this season, designers offer a huge selection of models to suit every taste: Snudy, fur collars, voluminous knitted or thin cashmere ...

By the way, the manner of my scarf can tell a lot about your character. Pedantic person prefer evenly folded and neatly tied scarves, and impulsive, creative people, on the contrary, like twisted, casually wrapped around his neck.

option 1

This option is ideal for large volume and long scarves. Scarf tied in a way you can wear it over jackets or coat.

Step 1. Take a long, wide scarf. Fold it into a narrow strip. Throws a scarf around his neck so that one end is longer than the other. The long end is wrapped around the neck. We should get a collar-yoke.


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Step 2. The free ends ties to the site. Please note that fastens from the bottom, formed under the collar.

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Step 3. We take out the bottom of the "collar" and put on his top knot.

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Step 4. Done!

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Step 5. If you want to experiment a bit, just slide the scarf a little to one side to a free end was behind him.


option 2

An interesting way to tying a thin cashmere scarf. However, with interior or scarf with wool stoles get at least an interesting option.


Step 1. As in the first scenario, we add a wide scarf in half. Now add it in half so that one end was a little longer than the other. Once again, add up the scarf in half and put on his neck.

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Step 2. In a loop skipping the loose ends. The result was a favorite Italian version of wearing a scarf.

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Step 3. The longer we take out the free end of the loop and overlay it on top hinge, at the same time passing through it.


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Step 4. As a result, we should get a "pigtail." A little fluff scarf to give volume. Done!