Ten superb ways to tie your scarf
Kerchiefs have recently come back in style again because they are an indispensable accessory if you want to quickly change your unique image.
We at Bright Side would like to share with you some new ideas of how to wear kerchiefs and light scarves.
1. African style
Before you start tying your kerchief or scarf, put your hair in a bun, and then wrap the scarf around your head so that the knot is in the front. Now all you have to do is tuck the loose ends inside of the wrap.
2. Broad band
This is an all-purpose option that will fit most ladies. Fold the kerchief into a broad strip and tie it behind your head. It looks even better if you wear a 60's hairstyle with your hair tied in a bun on the top of your head.
3. Frontal knot
Hairstyles in combination with a kerchief look very elegant, especially when the accessory is tied in a small knot in the front.
4. Romantic bow or flower
Tying your kerchief like this is guaranteed to put all eyes on you; to add to the effect, pick a brightly colored one.
The traditional way to wear your scarf or kerchief is not in the least out of fashion today. If your headwear is large, better make a loose tie on the neck, and if it's a small one, then wear it like they did in the 70's.
6. Pirate style
An easy way to tie your headband is "pirate style," like a bandanna. It will protect you from the sun on hot days and go magnificently with sunglasses.
7. 70's kerchief
Tying your scarf like this isn't hard at all. First put it on your head, then criss-cross its loose ends under your chin, and loosely tie them behind the neck.
The simplest way to tie your kerchief like this is to treat it like a towel you tie after washing your head: bend forward, make a tight strap out of the kerchief's ends, and tuck it under the free side behind the head.
9. Kerchief woven into the plait
This is an interesting combination of an accessory and your hairstyle. The plait itself could be then made into a high hairdo or a low bun.