Inspired by the Four-in-Hand scarf knot (One of the SDN favorites!) the “Four-in-Hand Choker” is a funky way to tie your scarf while keeping your neck nice and toasty in the chilly months. Pair it with a pea coat and your snappiest riding boots and you’ve got a scarf knot that is sure to turn heads.
|Step 1: Fold the scarf in half and place the scarf around the back of your neck with a loop on one side.|
|Step 2: Pull one of the ends through the loop.|
|Step 3: Twist the loop and pull the other end through the (smaller) loop.|
|Step 4: Tuck one of the hanging ends up into the scarf around your neck.|
|Step 5: Tuck the other end up and you’ve got a fancy-looking knot without any fancy work. :)|
Searching for more scarf-tying techniques? Be sure to check out 12 *More* Ways to Tie a Scarf!