A Guide to Tying Scarves

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It's always a good idea to try out certain articles of clothing before you buy them. See a guide to trying on scarves with help from a professional image consultant in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

My name is Natalie Jobity and I'm the president of Elan Image Management, an image consulting firm. I'm going to show you today how to tie scarves. What we're going to do is, with a blue scarf, again an oblong scarf, is a bow tie. This is also a very simple scarf look. You're literally going to tie your scarf in a knot and make a bow. It's that simple. Gonna make a bow. Make it look pretty. And, here you have a whole different look with a scarf. A whole different way to tie it. And there you have it. The next look is going to be with a patterned scarf. And, with a patterned scarf I'm going to show you how to do a classic necktie. So, this scarf I'm going to wrap it around once. Wrap it around twice and a third I'm going to push through the neck as you see me doing now and I'm going to pull the lose end through the loop we've just made to create a necktie look. And, there you have it. Another way to use a scarf that's really cool is, because of the patterned texture, I am, you see I'm tying, I making twisting the scarf. I'm going to show you how to do a rosette with the scarf. This really fun ladies, and a great way to camouflage your neck if your neck is a concern at this age. Or, a great way to add pop, pop of color and interest near your face. So, we're going to do, you've just twisted the scarf. I'm going to make circles around the twist and using your hand to guide you as you, as you turn around and around. Going to use your hand to guide you. Twist around the twist you just made and then when you're done, pull the ends through the neck to create like, a little leaf and the effect is a rosette. And, there you have a very feminine, very sophisticated look with a scarf.


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