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5 Ways To Tie A Scarf For Men

 
by MFG

How to Tie a Scarf

As winter dawns upon us all, lets get all our tucked in overalls out and have some fashion rich fun. A seemingly simple piece of clothing like a scarf could be challenging to wear, given that there are so many ways to put it on, that most of us are unaware of. We have come to your rescue and brought you a step-by-step guide of tying a scarf that can fix you up pretty quick and good.

1.The Classic Knot

This is the most sort-after no-nonsense knot that is most preferred while on the go. Fold the scarf in half-length wise and wrap it around your neck. Pull the loose ends through the loop that was created by the fold. This knot is also known as the City Slicker and goes effortlessly with a semi-casual to formal look.

The Classic Knot Scarf

2.The Drape

Simply let your scarf lose from the back of your neck so that it evenly falls on either side of your body and also make sure that it is folded neatly. This looks even more dramatic when worn under a large collared overcoat.

The Drape Scarf

3.The Sophisticate

Drape the scarf around your neck, leaving one end shorter than the other. Wrap the longer end loosely around your neck once or if you would like a heavier look, wrap it around twice with both ends lying in the front. Allow one end to be slightly longer than the other for an easy going and natural touch.

The Sophisticate Scarf

4.The Wraparound

For an unkempt rugged look, wrap the scarf loosely around your neck several times. This bundled look with beach sprayed messy hair is the ultimate recipe for a tough hunk look.

The Wraparound Scarf

5.The Connoisseur

Doing justice to its name, it’s a type of style meant for men with fine taste. Lay the scarf on your neck so that both ends are even in front. Bring one end over and under the other like a single knot. Drape the front end over the back and adjust length to your liking. This style looks even better when tucked into a v-neck sweater or blazer.

 

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