Wednesday, November 9, 2011

How to: Wrap a Scarf

When it comes to winter you best believe I'm sippin on the hatorade. There is almost nothing I hate more than being cold! In addition blistering cold, I also don't like to be told what to do. And you better believe when you wake up in 20 below snow packed weather the world is telling you, "You put on those flats, you die." There are however some stylistic perks. Scarves! I absolutely adore them. Wool, cashmere, infinity, normal human kind, you name it. But recently it has come to my attention that some people have trouble actually tying scarves. So the following is a tutorial on how to tye a scarf in a very basic way.
p.s. thanks Meggie for modeling!
1. Hold the scarf like so, with one end shorter than the other.
2. Wrap one end around your head.
3. Pull the end you've wrapped in Step 2, up through the loop that you've created.
4. Pull the other (so far untouched) end over and through the loop.

And viola! You've got yourself a pretty decently wrapped scarf. You may now face the ravages of winter with a gleam in your eye and little pizazz wrapped round your stately neck....too much, Eli, too much.

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