Use our video and styling tips to weave these eight easy scarf looks into your fall wardrobe.
A classic feminine icon, the lavish bow proves to be a chic weapon against cool temps if you're brunching uptown or on a Sunday drive.
After you've tied your oblong scarf, flounce out the loops of the bow for eye-grabbing volume.
This popular take on the city-girl kerchief keeps your whole neck covered from the elements.
You'll get more scrunchy volume around the neck and chin if you use an oblong scarf.
Double up with a two-panel scarf that lets you work individual sections differently, like a drape and a necklace.
Can't find a two-panel scarf? Line up two oblong scarves parallel to one another; then tie them together so the knot hides at the nape of your neck.
Circle back to the glamour of yesteryear with a slender head scarf firmly wrapped around your head.
Send a bad hair day packing with a douse of dry shampoo and this retro look.
Impress the street set with a pop of color twisted and looped threefold.
For easy twisting, roll an oblong scarf into a long strand. After looping, tie the knot behind your neck.
A decorative braid necklace changes up any outfit with elaborate crisscross detailing right at your décolleté.
Don't be intimidated by the intricate detail of this look—it's actually super easy to pull off.
- Hang a wrap around your neck and cross it once so you have a half knot.
- Take the left end, cross it over the right end, and tuck it under and over the loop around your neck.
- Repeat Step 2 three times and leave the remaining fabric hanging.