I go with the simple loop method, fold in half and then wrap around my neck. Put the loose ends through the loop at the other end.
However, this article might help you decide which is best for you:
Hi Louise: There are a few ways, depending on the length of the scarf. One thing you can do is to fold a longish scarf in half, put it around your neck and pull the loose ends through the loop end.
Here are a couple sites that show you how to tie scarfs:
Who knew there were so many ways? :) Good luck
Louise: Welcome to scarf-wearing season! Here is a great guide:
So many ideas!
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I like to tie it like a men's neck tie but loose.
Hi Louise, here is a video that shows you different ways to tie a scarf. 800,000 results (0.73 seconds)
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If the scarf is long enough fold in half then put around your neck then pull two ends through the loop and leave it hang and your done.