Style One: Single Loop
This style is a classic and with the extra-long scarf, the length of the tails elongate the body. The single loop sits well with thin jackets since it’s not too bulky.
Style Two: Double Loop
This variation on style one shortens the tails and allows for more warmth around the neck. It goes well with heavier winter coats.
Style Three: Tuck Through
This style allows for the same length as a single loop but provides a bit more warmth. There is a common connotation of masculinity with this scarf tying style.
Style Four: Faux Infinity
By tightly tying the ends of the scarf together and placing the knot at the back of the neck under the other loop, any long scarf can become a trendy infinity scarf.
Style Five: Double Loop Pull Through
This look is trendy and extremely warm, perfect for hitting the cold city streets.
Here’s a quick how to:
Wrap around your neck loosely twice. Take each end and pull through both loops. Easy as that!
This one is my absolute go-to for hitting the streets in the winter time. This look holds up through wind and snow and is really warm under a winter coat! To do this one, you pretty much do look 3 but pull through one tail over and then under and the other under and then over.
Style Seven: The Wreath (or “The Jellyfish” as Finn called it)
This one isn’t as warm as some of the others but I adore how it looks. By winding the tails around a single loop, you get this super textured look that would be great over a simple dress.
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Special thank you to my friend Finn for taking these awesome pictures!