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Scarf-tying continued…

October 22, 2009

In my opinion, a girl can never have too many scarves, and therefore—she can never have too many ways to tie them! Here are a few more scarf-tying techniques worth trying.

The Square Scarf

1. Fold a square scarf into a triangle
1. Fold a square scarf into a triangle

2. Put it behind your neck with a small bit on one side, and the rest of the scarf on the other
2. Put it behind your neck with a small bit on one side, and the rest of the scarf on the other
3. Wind the longer side around the front of your neck
3. Wrap the longer side around the front of your neck
4. And finally, bring that end all the way around your neck, so you have a small end on each side
4. And finally, bring that end all the way around your neck, so you have a small end on each side
5. And there you have it: Casual cool!
5. There you have it: Casual cool!

The Long Rectangle Scarf

1. Start with a long skinny rectangle scarf
1. Start with a long, skinny rectangle scarf

2. Fold it in half
2. Fold it in half
3. Put the halved scarf around your neck, holding the loop in one hand, and the loose ends in the other
3. Put the halved scarf around your neck, holding the loop in one hand, and the loose ends in the other
4. Put the loose ends through the loop
4. Put the loose ends through the loop
5. Easy and fabulous!
5. Simple and fabulous!

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