From halter tops to galaxy scarves, the SDN gals can’t get enough of crafty, creative, and innovative ways to use (and reuse) our favorite accessory.
Lauren of A Fabulous Fete rose to our Knot Challenge by transforming our Bahama Floral Scarf Wrap into a chic and simple skirt you can wear all summer long!
Step 1: Wrap a long rectangle scarf (we used this one) around your waist and grab the top corners.
Step 2: Wrap the ends around to the back, overlapping on one side, and tie the ends in the back.
Step 3: Tuck the tails into the top of the skirt. The scarf should now look like a maxi skirt.
Step 4: Grab the bottom corners and pull them out and up towards your hips.
Step 5: Bring the sides to the back and tuck them into the top of the skirt.
Thanks again to Lauren for this eye-catching new addition to our Knot Library!
Every so often, I get a print stuck in my head, and I keep wearing and making it until I get sick of it. These days, that print is triangles. I love the geometric print on everything — pants, shirts, jewelry, and of course, scarves. :)
Image sources: Proenza Schoeler Triangle Scarf, Kate Sheridan Bag, Triangle Print
Lately I’ve been seeing triangles everywhere — bags, prints, the runway — so I wanted to make a triangle print scarf of my own. It’s super simple, and you only need a bit of time!
Supplies you need:
- Paint (Soft Fabric Paint is best)
- Scarf (Any scarf will do. For a scarf similar to mine, I like this and this, too.)
- Water to dilute the paint
- Paper/plastic to put under the scarf so it doesn’t bleed
It’s quite simple to add a print to your scarf! You can use this for any technique:
- First, I put the paint on a plate in different amounts and swirled them all together.
- After that, I added a little bit of water to dilute the paint and make it easier to stamp all over the scarf.
- Then, I got my sponge a bit wet and started stamping!
- After one side of the infinity scarf was done, I let it dry and then stamped the other side.
After the scarf was done drying, I wanted to experiment a bit with how to tie an infinity scarf. The thing I love about scarves is that they make an outfit look effortless, but put together, too.
My best attempt at an effortless infinity scarf knot. :) Looking for other ways to tie infinity scarves? Click below to check out the tutorials in the Knot Library!
Hello, sunshine! Long-awaited light and lovely days are upon us, and while for many this may signal the end of scarf season, we see it as an opportunity to twist, knot, and style our lightest and brightest scarves in a series of new ways!
This spring, the must-try trend we’re obsessing over is the head scarf. While it may seem like a daunting task to transform a scarf into a beautiful new ‘do, we’ve made it easier than ever to mimic the season’s most popular head scarf styles — and, of course, a few knots of our own! With step-by-step instructions and easy-to-follow video tutorials, the SDN gals will have you tying like a pro in no time.
For instructions on our newest knots, click through the head scarves below. Also, be sure to check out our complete collection of head scarf tutorials over in the Knot Library and be sure to browse our Knots for Hope resource, the original inspiration for our head scarf obsession.
Looking for new scarves to style this spring? Shop our spring collection, perfect for pairing with everything from maxi dresses to flowy blouses. Not to mention, they’re absolute head scarf perfection!