For classic style, loop scarf around neck twice. Take one corner from each end and tie together quite close to the ends. Swing the knot around to the back of the neck and tuck underneath the second loop. Arrange scarf in two soft loops in the front. Great to dress up a jacket or shirt.
Lightly twist the scarf so you can drape the cloth around head in a band shape. Tie a secure knot at the nap of the neck. You can leave the tails hanging down over your shoulder or tie ends in a soft bow to secure them in a bunch at the neck. A very smart look.
This style is very popular as it is asymmetrical and creates a hint of mystery and unpredictability to your style.
Fold the scarf in half, then take the middle fold and hold it at one side of your throat. Bring the 2 long ends around the neck to the front and weave them through the loop that was made by the middle fold. Pull through and adjust the tails in front.
The carefree gypsy look..
Start by draping the center of the scarf across the forehead and over the hair. Leave the center flat and tie the ends around the head with a double knot at the nap of the neck. Let the ends hang down over the shoulder. Tuck any stray fabric under the knot to make a neat shape and you are set for your carefree day.
For a romantic look spread out the scarf and drape across shoulder as a shawl. Wrap ends around forearms in front to secure the drape. This is just the thing to add to your strapless outfit when you just need something extra to keep out the night air. This is a soft romantic look for those wonderful summer evenings.
Simple is always good. Just loop the scarf around the neck once and let the end fall down in front on either side. For a more compact look you can loop the scarf around the neck twice and let the shorter ends fall in front. This style looks great with both a summer frock, or a winter jacket.
Isadora style creates a soft flowing drape that trails behind and will ad that special element that shows off your romantic nature. Just place the center of the scarf around your neck with the ends flowing over the shoulder and down the back. The soft silk will catch the slightest breeze and float gently behind you.
For the bare shoulder look, wrap the scarf around your back and under the shoulders, cross over in the front, wrap around the neck again, and tie up behind the neck. The soft scarf drapes diagonally across the front to make a dramatic shape while the back just falls softly from one side to the other. A black or white sleeveless top or dress works perfectly underneath.
The front knot softens and decorates a plain fronted top or dress. Wrap center of scarf around your neck and take 2 corners and knot them low in the front. Let the other 2 corners fall on either side. Arrange scarf so the soft folds fall down either side of the knot.