How to Tie a Scarf

A video! Shocking, I know. Here I made it one of my new year’s goals to vlog more and what do I do – not vlog more. oops. But hopefully this is getting me back on track. And I am learning I have a lot to learn about vlogging. So bare with me on some of these more rudimentary videos. LOL.

Anyway, as I mentioned, several readers have been asking me lately about how I get the scarves I wear to tie the way they do or how I get them to lay right. Well, I figured a video was in order to demonstrate some of the more basic scarf techniques I use.

Outfit 26 of 30:

I’m feeling a little artsy in this get-up. Maybe it is the all black ensemble with the pop of pink, but this is a classic Katy outfit. Forget all this need to add and work with tons of color. I love the basics of black paired with something that really pops. To achieve that ‘pop’ I opted for the bold pink scarf (who’s ready for summer?) and then the cut little hair flowers clipped to my lapel instead of into my hair.

This is totally going to be an often repeated outfit as the weather warms up a little bit. I figure if I change the scarf or accent piece each time it will look a little different while still keeping the great all-black base.

Tip: When finding a item to make an outfit pop make sure that piece compliments your coloring. If not, the pop will stand-out in the wrong way. (For instance if I wore a bright yellow scarf here I would look half-dead.)

Pants: Paige Denim from a swap.
T-shirt: Forever21
Blazer: Target
Shoes: Payless
Scarf: Roman street vendor
Clips: BuccaneersBazaar’s

Katy Rose

18 thoughts on “How to Tie a Scarf

    1. katy_rose1 Post author

      Tori – LOL. I’m glad you got at least a little something new out of it. I better get to filming the scarf scarf tutorial.

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  1. Cate

    i’m so glad you did this. i swear to you just the other day i was getting dressed and i remembered and old photo of this funky scarf thing you did and i wished i knew how to do it to.
    on the other hand, your voice didn’t carry very well. even with headphones on you were really soft. PROJECT! *she said in a really dramatic artsy fartsy voice* :)

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    1. katy_rose1 Post author

      Thanks Cate – I was filming this in my room and I was a little afraid my neighbor could hear so I didn’t want to be shouting. But I totally talked in a loud whisper instead of a normal voice. I’ll need to work on that!

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    1. katy_rose1 Post author

      Anne – hope the video helps you. Scarves can be tricky, but I swear once you get the hang of it you will be experimenting and coming up with new ties all on your own.

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