As the previous post about how to tie the European loop was devoted mostly for men, it’s time to show that this scarf knot can be worn by women too, just make sure that the scarf must be more feminine and thin, like a silk pashmina or stylish silk scarf.
The Figure Eight Knot is one more scarf knot that looks sophisticated and elegant at the same time. If you’d like to tie your scarf with this knot, remember that this knot will be in the center of attention of your entire outfit, so here are some recommendations for you:
- Pick stylish scarves but make sure that its pattern doesn’t overlap the beauty of the pattern;
- The rest of your outfit must not be too bright in colors or elaborated in style as you may look awkward;
- Men also can tie this type of knot, but must choose knitted or woolen scarves in dark colors.
This video instruction will help you to tie the European loop and the Figure Eight Knot. Share it with your friends, the spring is coming and everybody wants to look gorgeous in the beginning of the year!
And we remind you that How to Tie a Scarf app has lots of other tying instructions for many other knots! Check it yourself by downloading the free version of this app.
Today’s topic is the shemagh scarf (Arafat). According to Wikipedia, the Arab scarf, or the shemagh, or keffiyah, is a traditional Arab headdress fashioned from a square, usually cotton, scarf. It is typically worn by Arab men, as well as some Kurds. Its other name, the Arafat scarf, it’s got from the Palestinian politician Yasser Arafat, who was wearing it every time he was in public.
Originally, the keffiyeh was made of a mix of cotton and wool, which lets them dry quickly and keep the wearer’s head warm. Usually they are folded in half, into a triangle, and the fold is worn across the forehead. Some people wear it loosely draped around the back and shoulders.
Now the Shemagh scarf has become increasingly popular among men inspite of their national or ethnic origin. Shemagh scarves are a stylish accessory for casual wear, usually worn as a scarf around the neck in hipster circles. This is a traditional way of tying the Arafat scarf. But you can also wear it by tying the ends of the scarf and hiding them under the longer edge on your chest.
Watch this video with the shemagh tying instruction. Hope you’ll find it useful!
St. Valentine’s day is almost here. Have you already decided what to put on for this special day? Would you like to look romantic, sweet and beautiful? If it’s what you want, it’s high time you should get a must-have thing for any woman – a silk stylish scarf. On this special day, ‘How to Tie a Scarf‘ new update contains new instructions for romantic scarf knots for you. They will be perfect for silk scarves, silk printed scarves, square neckerchiefs and pashminas.
To get the real idea of the silk scarf, a truly womanish accessory, it’s necessary to spend a couple of hours in a Paris cafe watching French mademoiselles who seem to be born with a knowledge of how to wear and tie a scarf. There are a great number of ways of wearing scarves: scarves wrapped on head, scarves as a waistbands, scarves decorating bags, scarves tied around neck…
There are just few legendary trademarks known for producing quality and beautiful silk printed scarves - Gucci, Etro, Salvatore Ferragamo and Hermes. To get a silk Hermes scarf – is a golden dream of any fashion girl.
A square neckerchief is a hand-made thing made during 2 years from 250 pods of silkworms and its weight is only 65 gram! Statistically, one Hermes scarf is sold every 25 seconds though its price is rather expensive – a neckerchief of 90×90 will cost you about 400 to 700 dollars.
The great merit of a silk scarf is that it gives a final touch to the style, brings charm and drama to the final look. When going out, just tie a silk scarf around your neck – and be sure that no man will just go by not casting an admiring look at you!
Scarves have become an important part of men’s and women’s closet, they are a stylish accessory and can make any boring outfit look great and fashionable. If women started wearing scarves long ago, men have just discovered a new accessory that brings charm and sex appeal. Having a scarf in your wardrobe is just as necessary as to have a wardrobe at all. Unfortunately, many men just don’t know the right way to wear a scarf. Some are too conservative to buy one though they find stylish other people wearing scarves.
Let’s start today with the easiest and classic knot which is the European loop. Sometimes it’s also called the Parisian knot. It provides a great amount of warmth without sacrificing style and the resulting look is very European and sophisticated.
So, how should men wear the European loop to match their outfit? There are 2 examples of classic combinations that always look good.
This knot looks great on a short button-down jacket or a coat with a notched collar. On a very cold day, you can tuck the scarf into the jacket. It’s also good for wearing on a short trim or leather jacket.
Many celebrities like David Beckham or Brad Pitt wear their scarf with a polo neck shirt with long sleeves or a pullover.
Of course, before tying a scarf, make sure that it will be matching your outfit. Don’t be afraid of colorful scarves, they will draw attention to your face. But if you are too conservative or only starting to play with the scarves, buy yourself a dark blue, black, maroon or a grey scarf. They will look very stylish and will go with everything.
In How to Tie a Scarf app you’ll find many other fascinating scarf knots. More info how to wear scarves in our future posts!