10 Ways To Tie a Large Square Silk Scarf

10 Ways To Tie a Large Square Silk Scarf

Here are 10 different ways to style a large square pure silk scarf:

  1. Classic Triangle: Fold the scarf diagonally in half to create a triangle. Drape the scarf around your neck, with the pointed ends hanging loosely at the front: 
  2. Simple Loop Drape: Fold the scarf in half diagonally to create a triangle, and then fold it again to make a smaller triangle. Drape so the biggest point is in front of you, with the smaller points going over your shoulders, then pass these smaller points around your neck, draping towards the front:  
    Clare Haggas Simple Loop Drape How To Tie Square Scarf
  3. Cowgirl Point in Front: Drape the scarf around the back of your shoulders. Tie these two corners together at the back of your neck, with the point in front:        

4. Headscarf: Fold the scarf in half diagonally to create a triangle, drape over your head, tying the ends under your neck: 5. Triangle Bow: Fold the scarf in half diagonally to create a triangle, drape so the pointed end in front, pass the two ends around your neck, and then tie a simple knot: Clare Haggas Triangle Bow How To Tie Square Scarf all steps

An alternative way to wear this style is to add a scarf ring! Instead of tying the bow, feed both ends through the middle of a scarf ring of your choice, here we've used the Rose Gold Snaffle Bit.Clare Haggas Triangle Bow How To Tie Square Scarf

6. Double Shawl: The most luxurious looks, using not one, but TWO large square silk scarves. Take two large square scarves, tie an end of each together, place behind your neck and drape the scarves on either side of your shoulders: 

7. Basic Knot: A beautiful style, perfect to show off the multitude of colours in any CH large square scarves. Lay your square scarf flat on a table. Fold it in half so that two points meet, creating a large triangle. Then, starting at the widest part of the triangle, fold in inwards in 2–3 inch (5.1–7.6 cm) sections. This should leave you with a long rectangular scarf that can be wrapped around your neck and tied in a simple knot towards the front in the following steps: Clare Haggas Knot How To Tie Square Scarf StepsYou can also add a scarf ring instead of tying at the front!

Clare Haggas Knot How To Tie Square Scarf

8. Simple Scarf Ring Gather: Create a Classic Triangle, and then draw the two ends of the scarf through a CH scarf ring: 9. Scarf Belt Tie: Create a long rectangular scarf like in style 7; then thread your scarf through the loops of a MG x CH scarf belt. Place around your waist, or through belt loops of jeans or trousers, and tie at the front:10. Classic Triangle Belt Tuck: Fold the scarf in half diagonally to create a triangle, drape around your back. Then tuck the ends inside any belt at the front:

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