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How to Tie a Scarf

Essential winter accessory

Scarves can be tied a ton of different ways!"

Scarves - A Winter Must-Have

Aside from keeping your neck warm, scarves brighten up the cold and dreary months by adding a splash of color to your outfit. The best scarves are colorful with a fun pattern like stripes, zig zags or polka dots, and have fringed tassels or pom-poms on the ends! Whether your grandmother knitted it or you bought one at the mall, make sure your scarf is long and skinny; otherwise it'll look silly when you tie it around your neck!

Scarves - Tie It This and That Way

The easiest way to wear a scarf is to drape it around your neck and flip one end around. You can also wrap it loosely around your neck a few times, or fold it in half and pull one end through. If you want to tie it, you can make a single knot or tie it into a loose necktie. There are more elaborate ways to tie a scarf, but we'll leave that to older peeps like your granny or the school librarian.

Scarves - Where to Buy 'Em

Scarves - Did U Know?

  • Students in England wear academic scarves with distinctive colors that identify which university they go to.
  • The world's longest scarf ever knitted by a single person measured 3,520 feet (1,073 meters).
  • The world's longest scarf ever knitted by a team (there were 2,000 peeps) measured 33.74 miles (54.3 km)!

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Best Season for Accessories?

  • Winter so I can throw on my mitts and scarf.
  • Summer so I can wear cool flip-flops and carry a beach bag.
  • Spring is cool for visors, fitted crocheted hats and tennis shoes.
  • Fall's the best cuz there are a ton of cool back-to-school accessories.

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