Necktie scarves made of beautiful pieces of silk add a touch of glamour to any dress.
They are also fit for casual and semi-formal occasions, and you may try them on formal occasions with caution. Given the range of colors and fabrics, a scarf can be an often-used component of your regular dress, though use in moderation would only increase its impact on regular interactions.
A scarf traditionally was worn by women as a sign of modesty and was incorporated as a dress code in some religions. It had the effect of adding an aura and grace around the wearer’s face. Today a scarf is not limited to religious or pious uses. It is as much of a fashion statement as a necktie is.
The various ways of tying a scarf are:
- Put the scarf down and fold it along the diagonal to make a triangle. Go on folding the scarf to form a 2-inch band. Wrap it around like a tie and form a loose knot. This is the simplest way to tie a scarf. The knot can be kept in the middle or on the sides depending on the type of blouse or top.
- An ascot look can be achieved as follows. Spread the scarf upside down and pull it upwards holding it from the center. Now make a small knot, and flip both the ends to keep the knot underneath. Wrap the scarf around and let it fall in the front from the base of your neck.
- A very large piece of the scarf can work like a shawl extending from the shoulder to the hips. To begin, fold the scarf into a triangle shape. Wear it on one shoulder and let the end hang around the torso. Take both the ends and tie them on the opposite hip.
- A simple and easy way to tie a scarf is to first fold it into a triangle shape, and wrap it around to let the ends fall on the front. Tie them in a simple knot.