Want to learn how to wear a scarf like a French girl? Vogue will give you super simple instructions that you can master in one sitting.
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Never have a bad hair day again. Just grab your silk scarf, wrap it up and go. Once you get the hang of it, you'll be out the door in five minutes flat. Here's Love 416 with the full instructions.
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Regardless of the year or the season, the classic wrap and tuck will never go out of style. Learn how to perfect the technique here.
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No kimono? No problem. All you need is an oversized square scarf. Our friends at Swell will show you how it's done.
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Blanket scarves can be a little tricky. Take a cue from Riva la Diva. Not only will Riva show you how to make it, but she'll also show you how to tie it in less than 15 minutes.
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When actress Eva Mendes sat down with former Lucky Editor-in-Chief Eva Chen at the magazine's 2013 Fashion and Beauty Blog Conference, she showed the crowd how to tie her signature head scarf in two minutes. Here's the full tutorial.
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A low-key side tie works for any standard scarf size. Just make sure you choose a scarf that's not too thick. StyleSizzle will show you how it's done.
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The Windsor knot isn't just for men. Feel free to borrow from the boys any day of the week. Scarves has the 411.
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An easy way to keep your hair on point while you ride your bike is with a retro headwrap. It'll even fit under a helmet. Eleanor's will give you the step-by-step.
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We’ll let you in on a little secret here: Nobody is born with superhuman scarf tying skills. Even the most photographed fashion editors and street style bloggers had to start at square one. Luckily, learning how to tie a scarf a million cool ways isn’t as complicated as it looks. If you want to master a scarf cover-up for the beach, go for it. How about a silk turban? It’s in the bag. All it takes is a little bit of practice and a whole lot of Pinterest tutorials. Let’s get started, shall we?
For 15 scarf tying tricks we learned from Pinterest, click on the gallery above.