The Zara Way to Tie a Scarf
On our most recent shopping binge at Zara, we noticed something rather interesting. No, not just the incredibly on-trend offering, but rather a few unique styling tips involving summer scarves. That's right—scroll through the "new this week" section and you'll find a range of thin, lightweight scarves tied a variety of ways as part of the styling for the fall collection.
To get a sense of what we mean, keep scrolling to peep four different ways to tie your favorite summer scarf—the Zara way. Plus, go a bit further to shop more of our favorite skinny scarves of the moment.
Channel your inner Pilgrim and tie your scarf in a tight bow, ensuring the loops and ends are at an even length—then just pull the ends down a touch. Just make sure you start your knot farther down from your neck—this is not the choker look.
Wrap your scarf tightly around your neck, take the ends, and create a loose loop about six inches down from your initial wrap.
Wrap your scarf around your neck and tie a knot a few inches down from your chin. Then, take one end and fold it over the other.
Unlike the Pilgrim bow, this one is a bit looser—where the ends are even more uneven. Tie your bow and pull the ends down a bit to ensure they're longer than the loops.