How To Tie A Scarf – 4 Easy Summer Styles In 30 seconds

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Introducing a statement accessory to a casual outfit can instantly add some fun or chicness to the overall look and my choice of an accessory for today’s post is a cute tassel scarf! Without further ado, here are four really simple ways to tie and style a scarf for Summer!

1) The Assymetrical Cape

Steps To Achieve This Look –

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i) Fold a big square scarf into a triangle (Picture 1 & 2)

ii) Hold both ends of the triangle scarf and flip it over your back with both ends hanging over the shoulders (Picture 3)

iii) Pull both ends of the scarf to the back from under the arms and tie a secure knot near the waist area (picture 4)

iv) The look is completed. The front looks like a short cape while the back drapes nicely in an inverted triangle shape (picture 5)

2) The Drapey Neck Scarf

Steps To Achieve This Look –

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i) After folding a big square scarf into a triangle, further fold it horizontally on the longer side of the inverted triangle to decrease its size. This step also adds more weight to the top of the scarf so that the drapes appear heavier on top (Picture 1 & 2)

ii) Placing the inverted triangle part on the chest, pull both end of the tails over the shoulders and tie a secure knot at the back. The look is completed (Picture 3)

3) The Handkerchief Skirt

Steps To Achieve This Look –

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i) Fold a big square scarf into a triangle then further fold it horizontally on the longer side of the inverted triangle to decrease its size (Picture 1 & 2)

ii) Placing the inverted triangle scarf at the waist area, pull both end of the tails toward the back and tie a secure knot (Picture 3)

iii) The look is completed (Picture 4)

4) The Side Knot Wrap Belt

Steps To Achieve This Look –

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i) Fold a big square scarf into a triangle then further fold it horizontally on the longer side of the inverted triangle to decrease its size (Picture 1)

ii) Place the inverted triangle scarf at the back of the waist area and pull both end of the tails to the front, leaning toward the side (Picture 2)

iii) Tie a secure knot (Picture 3)

iv) The look is completed (Picture 4)

Thank you for reading and hope you enjoyed this short and easy tutorial! Which style do you like best for summer?

Scarf – Stradivarus, now on sale here

Shorts – Mango

Shoes – Aldo

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