HomeOutfit Ideas By HolidayChristmasStylish Ways to Wear Your Scarf This Winter You cannot do without a scarf this winter. And why do you want to, when these are so stunning items of clothing? You can certainly carry scarves along with your winter wear in a stylish way. But how do you tie a scarf? That’s another story. Here are some few stylish ways to wear your scarf this winter. Necklace Wrap Drape the ends of the scarf at your back by positioning its center at the front of your neck. Now crisscross the ends. Bring them to the front, right in front of your neck. Next, tie a knot at the front below the wrapped portion of the scarf. The knot and upper layer covering the knot should be loose. You can flatten down the ends over your chest or keep them like it is to look puffier. Finally, to get the turtleneck look, pull down the top layer gently to hide the knot. Bow Wrap You can make a bow wrap by just draping the scarf around your neck, keeping one of its side slightly shorter and cross tying a knot with the other side without pulling it through. The two ends should be uneven. It should look like an unfinished knot. You will now be able to easily drape the pulled-out portion so that it resembles a half bow. Knotted Shawl This is an advanced version of the wrap. Put the scarf around your shoulders like a shawl and make a half knot in the back with the ends. Pull the ends tight and up high on your back. Pull the scarf fabric down to cover the ends. Knotted Necklace Wrap the scarf behind your neck. Take one end and wrap it around your hand. Now pull it through to make a loose knot. Take the other scarf end and pull it through the side knot, going under the knot loop and then over. French Knot This is a popular and stylish way to wrap a scarf around the neck. Just create a fold at one end of the scarf. Fold it keeping two loose ends on the other side. Now drape the center of the scarf around your neck, loop it on the right side, and keep the two ends on the left side – all facing forward. Finally slip the loose ends across the loop and tighten it to give a classy look. Braided For this, you will need to take a long scarf and put it behind your neck. Tie a loose half knot with the ends. Take the right end and cross it over the left then pull it under the scarf loop and over. Let it hang down and grab the left end (which is at the right side now) and cross it over the other end and pull it up and over. Repeat till the ends are too short to loop. Pull the braid to loosen it and then knot the short end pieces together. Double Sided Twist Put two of your favorite scarves back to back. Now you should loop once around your neck and turn the fabric so that you see both sides.