A scarf is a stripe of fabric that protects one from cold and it can add charm and grace to overall look. Scarf is a fantastic and manly cold weather accessory; it can be one of the best accessories for men everywhere but sometimes it can be tricky to get right style of scarf.

Scarves are best for chilly weather, winter months and some guys use a scarf during the hot summer season for a statement. We are interested to share with you some different styles of wearing or knotting a scarf.

There are so many different ways to toe a scarf, keep scrolling to see the pictures of tying different styles scarf with description. This is a simple knot that will keep your scarf neat and fuss free, to tie the scarf like this shown in the picture.

This kind of knot is called city slicker knot, fold your scarf in half lengthwise and wrap it around your neck by creating a loop and then pull the loose end through the loop. This classic knot is perfect for the summer scarf because it keeps the scarf on and in its place and easy to adjust while on the move.

A man can match her scarf with her t-shirt or bottom wear, the guy in the picture by contrasting her scarf with her blue t-shirt is looking handsome. If you are an office going guy and heading to an official meeting, this style of wearing scarf is best for you.

To look dashing and graceful like this, drape your cozy scarf over your shoulders and tucked into a buttoned coat or blazer. This style of scarf adds a clean and put together element to the ensemble.

While going to office during the cold weather, opt for crisp white button down shirt with black pants and top your casual outfit with checked dark grey color long coat. Take a dark color cozy knitted scarf to compliment your outfit and wrap your scarf inn simple style.

Drape your scarf around your neck, leaving one end shorter than the other; wrap the longer end loosely around your neck twice. This style of knot strikes a splendid balance between thoughtfully put together and comfortably indifferent.

This street style knot is called weekender, it is a casual scarf knot, to make this you will need to start with one end in the front, keep it close to your neck. Wrap the long end around your neck until it is short and in the end, tuck the both ends into the wrapped scarf behind your neck.

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