Have you discovered our beautiful collection of silk scarves? Perfect for the warmer months these lovely accessories will add a glamorous touch to any outfit. But the big question is, how to tie it? Perhaps you already have a favourite style - you might be an Ascot afficionado or handy with a half bow, but if you're new to scarf wearing, or looking for some new ideas, we present here five beautiful styles for you to try...
The Half Bow:
|Joules Bloomfield Cream Bird|
This is an elegant and easy tie for the beginner to try and simply involves;
- Folding the scarf in half to form a triangle
- Rolling it up into a long rectangle
- Placing the scarf around your neck and cross over at the front
- Tying in a bow
- Pull one loop of the bow through fully
This style makes a nice alternative to beads or a necklace and will add an elegant twist to your outfit. This style works especially well with shirts.
- Fold the scarf in half to form a triangle
- Fold in the point of the triangle/ fold in half again
- Roll into a long rectangle
- Place around the neck and tie in a double knot
- Plait to the side using the part of the scarf which touches the neck as the third piece for the plait
- Tie in a double knot at the end
|Joules Bloomfield Scarf in Navy|
You'll need to think back to school days for this one! It looks great with a shirt or pulled out over a jumper.
- Fold in half to form a triangle and roll up
- Place around the neck
- Cross over and wrap around at the front
- Bring one strand to the back and fold through the loop
- Pull one end one and move the knot up until it reaches the centre
The Butterfly Bow:
This playful style looks especially effective when paired with matching prints.
- Roll the scarf to form a long rectangle
- Place around your neck and wrap around twice
- Tie in a bow, just to the side
|Joules Clarence Scarf|
Practical and elegant, this is a great way to keep out a chill.
- Fold in half to form a triangle
- Roll over again just once
- Put the scarf around your neck, from the front
- Cross over at the back and bring the ends to the front
- Tie the ends twice in a knot