How to Tie a Sash

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Tie a sash around a bathing suit, at the top of a dress, around the waist of a skirt or as a belt for pants. Try different knots or clips to tie a sash with advice from an image and etiquette consultant in this free video on fashion.

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Hello, my name is Gabriela Garzon at G.G. Image and Etiquette Consulting in Miami, Florida. In this clip I'm going to talk about how to tie a sash. Basically, a sash is a bigger version of a scarf, such as like this, 'cause it's, you know, it's supposed to be able to cover many things and many parts on your body. You can do a lot of things with a sash. If it's summertime, you're going to have a lot of fun with sashes, because you can wear them as a top above your bathing suit. You can do something like this, just tie it in the back. Or you can bring it up front and just go ahead and do a little knot. You can do the same thing when you're wearing it like a skirt. You can actually use it on top of pants. Sort of, like, bring it up like this and tie it, or, just go ahead and use some, like a clip kind of thing, and just wear it like this with a little slanted version. You can also just go ahead and wear it like a belt, which I prefer if you do this to the back. It's going to look very nice if you're wearing, you know, like a white dress with this. Or, like, a brown dress, you just wear it like this. And then you just leave all this hanging, and it looks very fashionable. So, you can do a lot of things with sashes. On top of clothes. In summertime, on top of your bathing suit. So when you wear this on top of a dress, you can just go ahead and tie it up front, like this, and it's going to hold you tight, and you can see that it looks very well, even if I'm not looking in a mirror. I just do it really tight right here, and just wear it on top of a dress, and look how it looks in the back. So it's a very nice way to just tie your sash. Once again, this is Gabriela Garzon at G.G. Image and Etiquette Consulting.


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