Scarves are the most versatile accessory and for me the most important. I will make a video on how to tie the knots in the near future.
The right scarf, with the perfect weave and a luxe silky texture, can transform any ensemble–adding a bit of vintage-inspired sophistication and detail. All Legacy fashion houses have issued their signature prints in the form of scarves for decades, creating a timeless accessory in the process. But how are all the cool people wearing scarves in 2022? Ahead, learn seven scarf-styling tips to keep the look fresh and modern throughout every season. Then, shop our favorites :)
1. French knot or French twist
Take one loose end piece and pull it over and under the scarf loop. Take the second end piece and go under and over the same.
2. The Shawl style
The simplest way to wear scarves or stoles! Just drape the luxurious fabric around your shoulders and let it hang down on each side in front. You are done.
3. The Cowl
Place your scarf around your neck so that one end is much shorter than the other. Wrap the long end around your neck twice, then tuck in the loose ends. If using a scarf with fringe, adjust it so that a bit of fringe is hanging down in front.
4. False Knot
Wrap the scarf behind your neck. Take one end and wrap it around your hand. Pull it through to make a loose knot. Take the other end and pull it through the side knot, going under the knot loop and then over.
5. Double Loop
Loop the scarf twice around your neck. Take one end over and down through the neck loops and tie the ends together
6. The knotted shawl
A slightly more 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.
7. The tie loop (formal)
Wrap the scarf around your neck, so the ends are even in the front. Cross the left side over the right, then bring it behind and through the hole around your neck. Take the end on the right, pull it toward the left and push it upward through the loop you just created. Adjust the knot until it sits like a loose men’s tie. Excellent style to wear with coats and blazers.
8. The Braid
Fold the scarf in half and place it around your neck. Take the loose ends of the scarf and pull them through the loop, making sure not to pull it too tight. Now, twist the loop and pull the loose ends through again. Continue twisting the loop with one hand and pulling the ends through until you run out of scarf.
9. Knotted Necklace
10. The simple neck Knot
11. The Double Bandana
12. Hidden Knot
13. The Turtleneck
14. The Tie-loop
This knot underneath a blazer or jacket looks attractive because it resembles a men’s tie, but with a feminine touch. Wrap the scarf around your neck, so the ends are even in the front. Cross the left side over the right, then bring it behind and through the hole around your neck. Take the end on the right, pull it toward the left and push it upward through the loop you just created. Adjust the knot until it sits like a loose men’s tie.
15. Twist Turtleneck
16. Mix and match 2 sided twist
17. Single side Bow
18. The Rolling Loop
19. The double Loop
20. Twisted Necklace
21. The Headband or furoshiki headband
22. Casual scarf or the furoshiki scarf
23. Loose Wrap Scarf with pins
24. The Bandeau Top
25. The Bag Accent
26. The Wrist Wrap
27. The Classic Bandana
Put your hair into a low bun or let it hang down at the nape of your neck, then fold your scarf on the diagonal to create a triangle. Tie the ends into a knot at the back of your head.