To help you tie a silk scarf with a Windsor knot, start by draping the scarf all over your neck, cross the long end and draw it beneath the narrow one, turn the scarf over and slip the longer end beneath the shorter end, make two little loops, pull the scarf through the collar loop, and pull the extended end downward.
Silk scarves are an ideal way of adding accessories to an outfit or creating an additional touch of elegance. There are several things you could do utilizing silk scarves, that make them convenient fashion stuff. The Windsor knot is one way of tying your silk scarf and making it look full and stylish. It is a wide knot that's more typically used on males' ties and for formal affairs. But girls could also style their own oblong scarves this way and create a fabulous full knot that can immediately accessorize a top or blouse. If you would like learn how to tie a silk scarf by using a Windsor knot, follow these techniques:
Start by draping the scarf around your own neck
In order to tie a Windsor knot, put the scarf all over your neck so that it drapes loosely in front of you. Ensure that one side of the scarf is significantly shorter compared to other. You'll be tying most of the knot using the longer side, so ensure you have sufficient of the scarf to work on. If you are wearing a collared top, pull the collar upwards to keep it out of your way.
Cross the long end and bring it under the narrow one
Carry the lengthier end of the scarf and cross it over the narrow one. After it is done the narrow end, bring it beneath the short end of the scarf. Then pull up closer to the collar and over the loop of the collar.
You can turn the scarf above and slide the longer end below the shorter end
Turn the scarf over in order that it is on the left part of the collar’s loop. Slip the lengthier end beneath the shorter one. Take the long end up in the direction of the collar.
Create a couple of small loops
Push the long end over the loop around the collar and make sure that a longer portion of the scarf is pulled towards the collar’s right end. This will make two little loops on every side of the scarf’s narrow end. You could make changes with the knot either by pulling it firmer to make the knot smaller or leaving it unfastened to have a bigger knot.
Drag the scarf with the collar loop
Position the longer side of the scarf over the two loops you made so that it drapes. Begin covering the scarf under it and after that pull it through the collar's loop. The Windsor knot is beginning to shape.
Pull the longer end downwards
Thread the longer end with the top loop of the actual knot then pull it downward. Make the necessary corrections so that the scarf will be placed at the centre button of your collar. Fold down the collar.
Considering that Windsor knots are often wide and full, you may leave the uppermost button of your top open to provide the knot more area. If you want, you can also wear Windsor knots over a collarless top so you can flaunt how it compliments your neckline.