All Tied Up
Start 2013 on the knotty list with these looped looks.
The Infinity (Knot)
(Best done with the widest, longest scarf you can find)
1- Make a square by folding a rectangular scarf in half.
2- Fold one corner over to the opposite corner to form a triangle.
3- Center the point of the triangle on your chest and let the ends hang behind you.
4- Bring the ends around to the front, forming a loop around your neck.
5- Tuck the ends under the point of the triangle (tie loosely for an extra security) and fluff.
Theodora + Callum Blush Scarf
$148 at Crush Boutique
264 Newbury St. #2, Boston
The Hidden Knot
(Best done with a traditional wool scarf)
1- Place the scarf around your neck with the ends hanging behind you.
2- Cross the two ends and bring them to the front to create a loop.
3- Tie a knot, with one end slightly longer than the other.
4- Tuck the knot under the loop and adjust until the knot is hidden for a clean, polished look.
Stuart Stripe Scarf
$145 at Jack Spade,
129 Newbury St., Boston
The Bow Tie Knot
(Best done with a long, medium-width scarf)
1- Put the scarf around your neck with the ends hanging evenly in front of you.
2- Tie a knot and let the ends hang loosely in front of you.
3- Tie a simple bow by pulling the bottom loop up through the top loop
4- Fluff and center, or pull over slightly to the side for a fun twist.
**Tip- Steam or iron your scarf to get the make the most out of the surface area.
Sequined Branches Ombre Scarf
$78 at Anthropologie
203 Newbury St., Boston