Scarf Tying Tutorial–How to Tie a Scarf–Lesson 10: The "Best Dressed" Boho Vest

Step 1: Fold the scarf in half, tying the top corner of each side together (if your scarf has fringe, use that; if it doesn’t, just tie the corners a couple of times so you can be sure they’ll stay)

Step 2: Fold scarf in half again, keeping the knot you just tied on top.

Step 3: Tie the top corner of each side together again (your first knot will be inside or next to this new one)

Step 4: Pull the sides of the scarf apart, so the knot you have created is in the middle.

Step 5: You will see that you have created two armholes; put your arms through and go rock this vest, impressing everyone with your style and ingenuity!

The Mexicali Blues collection of stunning, affordable fashion scarves are versatile and can be used as so much more than a simple neck scarf! Wear a lightweight scarf tied around your waist as a bohemian belt, or in your hair as a unique hippie headband! From a feminine ruffle scarf to a funky knit scarf, our fashion scarves keep you wrapped up in free spirited high style to take any outfit to the next level of hippie chic!

Our tutorials are created to help you discover quick and easy ways to make the most of the gorgeous scarves in our bohemian fashioncollection! Stay tuned for more sweet lessons on how to tie a scarf in new and unique ways!

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