25 Ways to Wear a Scarf (video)

As many of you know, I love scarves and think they are one of the best accessories for a minimalist wardrobe in the cooler months.

My friend, Angie, knows this and sent me this video with 25 ways to tie a scarf. I found at least 10 new scarf-tying ideas from it and thought I’d share it for those of you looking for new ways to creatively accessorize using scarves you already have!

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  1. Jessica says

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing, I am going to invest in a couple scarves to help rejuvinate my wardrobe and this is perfect.

  2. Shannon says

    That is one of the coolest videos I’ve ever seen! I just got my first scarf (at age 44) and it’s given me some great ideas!

  3. Nicole Z. says

    This is AWESOME! Duh…you can make your own infinity scarf! Genius.
    She also has a tutorial at the end. FYI…Coldwater Creek has really nice scarves and they are always on sale. I just ordered one today for $8.99 and free shipping. Sometimes, the scarves are even less…$4.99. And, if you don’t like it, you can always return it to one of their stores.

  4. Rae says

    Thanks for sharing! I LOVE scarves now (didn’t until recently) and have gotten a couple (including one that I got a JCP along with a tshirt and shorts for my son on clearance for less than $1 total after tax and a $10 coupon) recently. I plan to start wearing them soon and was experimenting with my new one. I had 4 different ways that I liked (a few more I figured out but didn’t like them on me) but this video gave me a few more ideas. 😀

  5. Jennifer says

    I love this! Since my “uniform” is typically dark jeans + t-shirts (short sleeved in summer and long in winter) and I am not too big on jewelry, I love to add scarves to add some style to my day. I am always doing the same thing though… It’s so nice to have new ideas! I’m adding a green scarf in the “waterfall” right now! :)

    • says

      Ever since college (22 yrs ago) I’ve been finding cool scarves at the local Good Will or thrift stores! Great for using as scarves, or make Barbie clothes out of them 😉

  6. Laura says

    Woo hoo! I LOVE scarves (I’m always cold in winter) and have quite a few. This video is super…thanks for sharing!

  7. says

    Thank you so much for sharing this! I was in desperate need of this scarf education :) Beautiful video– I’m sharing with everyone I know.

  8. Shelley C. says

    Holy Toledo! Who knew there were so many ways to tie a scarf? I am going to be on the lookout for a new scarf. Thanks for sharing.


    I loved it but I think one of those was a repeat.
    Girl #6 and girl #23, or did I miss something different?

    • says

      #6 was an infinity folded on the diagonal and 23 the scarf was folded starting on the pleat instead of the diagonal. Its explains it in her tutorial videos that go a little more in depth. You can click them to watch at the end of the video. :)

  10. Amy B says

    This video was totally cool to watch! I shared it with my sister in CT–she wears a lot of scarves! I don’t feel the need for a scarf here in FL, but this video made me want to try anyway! :)

    • saskia says

      scarves, scarves! try a great local boutique for beautiful fabrics and great designs at awesome prices OR pick a fabric you love at a fabric store, have it cut to the length you desire and have fun :-)

  11. Stacy says

    Cute, but I swear scarves are NOT for people with round faces like me. Neither are turtlenecks. They both just make me look like a bowling ball, so I’ll have to pass on this trend.

  12. says

    I posted this very same video 3 days before you, on my blog!! haha 😀 I wonder if one of your readers is reading my blog…that would be SO cool!

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