Trendy Tips To Tie A Scarf

It just so happens that the temperatures drop to make this fashionable accessory, a necessity.
Scarves can complement or make the outfit, so don't be afraid to go bold and colourful. We love the traditional plaid reimagined with new colours.
Everyone has a signature way of styling their scarves, a great way to learn different ways is to ask. Bee breaks a few great ways for you to wear them with our newly restocked Jackson Rowe scarves.

With a larger blanket scarf you have the option of wearing it as a cape! Fold the scarf into a large triangle and simply drape over you as desired, tucking in one corner at the neck to leave one flowing by your side.

Fold the scarf in half (widthwise) and drape around your shoulders with the loop on one side, and two ends on the other. Take one loose end and pull it through, over and under the scarf loop. Take the second end piece and go under and over the same loop. 

Another version of the one above with a less intricate knot, follow the above steps but only pull one end through the loop, leaving a more relaxed feel to the scarf.

The Go To: Just wrap your scarf around and let the two ends drape in front of you. This simple yet elegant look can be adjusted for however loose or tight you want the neck to be. Works well with jackets but can also be transitioned to an elegant look with a skinnier scarf.

Square scarf: Fold the scarf in half to make a triangle. Gather two ends of the triangle over and around your neck, meeting the point hanging down the front of your body. Tuck the two ends under and tie. Fluff and don't be afraid to go big. 

 A variation of the one above -Gather two ends of the triangle over and around your neck, meeting the point hanging down the front of your body. This time, tie the two ends over the larger piece and and tie a knot, creating a beautiful bow.