There are at least as many ways to tie a scarf as there are days in a month, and judging from the popularity of scarf tying on Pinterest, they’re hotter than ever. There’s the waterfall, European loop, double rainbow, mira, infinity, boa, vintage housewife, and the list goes on. Scarves are the perfect transitional accessory for this October weather when it isn’t really cold, but not quite balmy either, adding a touch of warmth, color and a boho vibe.
There are a dozens of tutorials and how-to pages on YouTube- with more than 20 million views and clever editing, this one will get you up to speed on the latest and greatest in under 5 minutes: 25 Ways to Wear a Scarf in 4.5 Minutes!
Hermès, famous for their fabulously luxe silk scarves, even has a scarf tying app, Silk Knots. If you splurge on an iconic Hermès scarf, you will receive set of scarf knotting cards, with 21 Ways to Tie an Hermès Scarf.
For scarves of alpaca, silk, wool, mohair and super-soft blends, see our Fall/Holiday scarves.