How to Tie a Summer Scarf

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Summer scarves should be tied in a very specific way. Find out how you can tie a summer scarf with help from a professional image consultant in this free video clip.

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My name is Natalie Jobity, and I'm the president of Elan Image Management, an image consulting company. Today we're going to show you how to tie summer scarves. So I'm holding in my hand a blue leopard-print scarf, and summer scarves are great to add color and just a little bit of pizazz to your look. So I'm going to just...I've folded the square scarf, fold it in two to make a diagonal, and all I'm going to do is knot it at the back like this to great a cool little bandana look that's a little more upscale. This mannequin is wearing a black dress. Pop of color - really elegant, stylish, great way to wear a scarf in the summer. And you want to make sure your scarves are light like these I'm showing you right now. Another great way to wear your scarf is just to simply do what I call a chain knot. So I'm going to twist the scarf once, twice, turn it around, and tie a knot in the back. And if you have a backless dress, or a dress that has an open back, you'll see the strings hanging in the back, like this. Just a really cool effect, and if you really want to cover your neck, this does an awesome job of covering the neck line. I'm going to show you now how to tie another scarf another way, using a long oblong orange scarf. And it's very light, again, for summer. And I'm going to just knot it down the middle. Knot it down the middle, and there you have a very simple knot, very chic look for summer to jazz up your wardrobe. Another great way to use scarves is just as a loose throw. So, for instance, you get a thicker scarf than I've used before, and literally you just want to throw it casually over your ensemble, so you have that whole Jennifer Aniston vibe, where it's just like loosely, come-hither, just very very casual. Very effortless, very chic. Can go with jeans, can go with a dress, can go with anything. Great way to add interest and style to your summer wardrobe.

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