I must admit that I love scarves almost as much as I love boots.Â Yes I am a fan of boots.Â I am also a big fan of hats.Â Anyone who knows me can verify this.Â In my opinion, one can never have enough scarves, hats Â or boots.
Â I have been noticing a lot of ladies wearing scarves this winter.Â I just love scarfs and have been wearing them for years.Â However, I noticed they are tying them in a more elegant way.Â I did a search online to see if I could find out how they were doing it because I cannot figure it out.Â I must admit that I have been tying mine the same way for years.Â I love to wear them just hanging without tying.
During my search,Â I found these ways of tying.Â None of them is what I was looking for but they are cute.Â These are tied using silk scarves.
Â As I continued my search, I finally found what I was looking for.Â It is amazing how different a uniquely tied scarf looks compared to the traditional method. The way the scarf is tied really does make all the difference. Some methods even make the scarf look sexy.Â So from now on I will be experimenting with my scarves in various methods of tying.Â Â Â
I even noticed that two ladies were wearing the same scarf but each was tied differently.Â The way they were tied made the scarves appear as a useful item or as a exciting accessory.
I like to wear my scarves around my neck on some days and over my shoulders on cool evenings. I use my scarves to dress down or up.Â Scarves can make an outfit looks so much more luxurious.Â
I have even worn my scarves as belts with my colored capris or jeans.Â It perks them up and make them appear more exciting.Â Yes, I believe scarves can be exciting.
So here are some great tying techniques to get your creative juices flowing from the site I found what I was looking for.
By the way, the tie I was looking for was called the The European Classic and the directions can be found HERE.
Â I have some nice scarves that were purchased for me by family or I bought myself.Â However, thrift stores are a great place to find expensive scarves for cheap.
Do you wear scarves?
How do you tie your scarf?