Crafts & DIY
Fashionista shares 10 easy cute and stylish ways to tie a scarf
This is right in time for Fall. She uses the same scarf and it looks completely different in every style.
Jessica Adler
09.27.21

Fall is back and in full swing, meaning it’s the perfect time to start dusting off your winter accessories. Of course, that means bringing out the gloves and hats, but everyone knows there’s one winter accessory that’s everybody’s favorite.

Scarves. They are as fun to wear as they are functional.

Speaking of “functional”, did you know there’s more than one way to tie a scarf? Yep, there’s a certain way to tie a scarf for just about every occasion.

Thankfully, fashionista Dominique Sache has shared a quick tutorial that shows us every which way you can tie a scarf to get the perfect look you’re going for.

For her demonstrations, Dominique uses a 44 x 44-inch scarf. But that doesn’t mean you can’t achieve these same looks with different sizes. By watching her video, you’ll get step-by-step instructions.

Kicking it Western

Living in Houston, Texas, she begins with a style that’s tending there … the Western look. This takes about a minute to complete. Once the scarf is tied, it boasts a high collar with flair.

YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse
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YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse

Keep it classy with a shawl

In only 10 seconds, you can go from plain to glamorous. In this case, the scarf transforms into a “shawl” that drapes over the shoulders. You can put the knot in the front or turn it to the side, whichever you prefer.

YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse
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YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse

The bolero

If you’re outside on a cool evening but forgot to take a light jacket, you can create one with a scarf. It gives the arms just enough cover and looks amazingly stylish. You could wear this with just about anything.

YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse
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YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse

The choker

Especially when wearing a high-collar blouse or shirt, this is perfect. All you have to do is fold the scarf as shown in the video so you end up with a two-inch width “chocker.” You can add a second larger knot to make it even trendier.

YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse
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YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse

Keeping it simple

It doesn’t get any easier than this. By rolling the scarf, again, so it’s about two inches wide, you can then drape it around your neck. To make it a little fancier, you can loop the two ends over each other.

YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse
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YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse

A chic belt

Remember when we said that scarves are incredibly versatile? Well, here’s proof. Instead of tying it around your neck, you can put it through the loops on a pair of pants or a skirt and turn it into a belt.

YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse
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YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse

The purse accessory

For this, simply tie a scarf around the handle of a purse with coordinating colors. This is a great way to accessorize a handbag. But it also gives you quick access to a scarf if you need to make a bolero jacket.

YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse
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YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse

Hat flair

Do you have a hat that you love to wear but you’re not overly fond of the band it came with? You guessed it. You can tie a scarf around the hat to cover the original band, creating an entirely new look.

YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse
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YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse

The headscarf

During the 1960s, a lot of women wore headscarves. Fortunately, they’re back in style. This is a great way to keep hair out of your eyes when boating, motorcycle riding, or four-wheeling.

YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse
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YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse

The coverup

With this, you turn a scarf into a top. If you’ve been at the pool or beach all day but want to grab a bite to eat, you can tie a scarf to create a coverup. Even as a casual top, it’s super cool.

YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse
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YouTube Screenshot/Dominique Sachse

Learn how to execute these styles in Domniques ste-by-step video tutorial below!

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Source: Dominique Sachse, The Packing List

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By Jessica Adler
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Jessica Adler is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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