Skinny scarves are awesome! I’m convinced that they are a timeless, versatile must have accessory. I’m doing a series of styles to show you how to tie a long silk scarf, so that you too can effortlessly elevate any outfit instantly.
Before you know it, you will know how to easily (and stylishly) add skinny silk scarves to your daily wardrobe.
How to Tie a Long Silk Scarf Style 9
The Dramatic Back Knot style commands attention both coming and going, from the front it’s a choker, from the back it glides as you walk away.
How to tie:
- Find the mid-point of your scarf and center it on the front of your neck.
- Bring the ends to the back.
- Make a knot at the back of your neck.
Effortlessly mixed and match with your favorite neckline…this skinny silk scarf elevates. It’s a timeless look, you’ll be wearing for years to come.
In the image below I’m wearing The Perfect True Red Long Skinny Scarf tied in the Dramatic Back Knot style.
Red can be tricky to wear.
Too blue and it might wash you out.
Too orange or yellow and you may look a little peaked.
The happy medium is the perfect red and it’s also called “true red.” To see for yourself, grab three shirts, one that is more blue, one that is more orange, and one that falls in between the two.
What does each do for your complexion? …See what I mean?
True red however, complements every skin tone…and that’s the color of The Perfect Red Long Skinny Scarf.