HOW DO I TIE MY SCARVES? Scarves may be one of the most prominent coldweather accessory, and they come in so many types and even more ways to wear
A lean and long scarf is fashionable, but it won’t protect your neck. While a bulkier scarf is definitely warm, it can also be suffocating. you might want to opt for standard men’s scarves that are 25 to 30 centimeter long and 150 to 180 centimeter wide. Finally, it definitely pays to know these three no-fuss ways to tie your scarf:
- PARISIAN KNOT
All you have to do is fold the scarf in two, and hang it around your neck. Take the two loose ends, and bring them inside the loop created by the fold. Tug lightly at both ends to tighten the loop.
- ONCE AROUND
Let the scarf dangle around your neck, but leave one end longer than the other. Take the longer end, circle it once around your neck, and bring it back to the front. If you like, you can wrap it around your neck once more for a snugger (and warmer) fit.
- CLASSIC DRAPE
Although it looks sophisticated, this knot is as effortless as it can get. Simply wrap the scarf around your neck and tuck it inside your jacket or coat. You can also cross the ends and drape the scarf outside the jacket if you want to highlight it more.