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5 Knots Perfect for a Weekend at the Slopes

Hey, snow bunny! Are you packing your weekender bag for a snow-filled weekend of R&R at a posh ski resort? After throwing in some furry boots, thick-knit tights, and wool sweaters, don’t forget to pack some scarves to match! The perfect addition to any wintery ensemble, you’ll want a soft and warm scarf snugly-wrapped around your neck.

Read on for five wintery ways to tie a scarf! For instructions on how to tie each knot, simply click on the link for written or video step-by-step details.

Wrap and Tie

Wrap and Tie

The key to dressing for the slopes is to keep warm, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice fashion. The Wrap and Tie knot provides ample coverage, but adds a twist to the typical “wrap around” look. Pair a hi-lo sweater with skinny jeans, and top it off with a printed scarf knotted in the Wrap and Tie for a cute and cozy look.

Half Bow II

Half Bow IIThere’s more to do at a ski resort than just skiing. The cute little shops of a resort town are typically a jackpot for finding unique treasures! Head into town for some shopping and pick up some kitschy pieces for your home collection. Sport the Half Bow II knot with a basic top, a blazer, denim, and oxfords.

Slip Knot

Slip Knot

Looking for a knot that transitions from a day on the slopes to a night at the ski lodge? The Slip Knot is big and fluffy, providing extra coverage that is perfect for the blustery cold of a wintery wonderland. Why not head to the ice rink in the evening for a little fun with family or friends? Match a pair of skinny denim with a cozy jumper, boot socks, and a fun pair of laced ankle boots for a stylish look that still lets you move on the ice!

Fancy Braid

Fancy Braid

Sometimes you just like to spend a day in your room enjoying a good book, some hot chocolate, and the beautiful view outside. The Fancy Braid knot is perfect for keeping you warm while not feeling restrictive. Pair some colored leggings with a tunic, cropped sweater, and the Fancy Braid. No need for shoes — just slip on your fuzzy slippers!

(Lovin’ this scarf? Check it out in red, blue, and grey.)

Double Scarf Loop Knot

Double Scarf Loop Knot

Why wear just one scarf when you can wear two?! The Double Scarf Loop knot is a perfect way to add some color to your look. This knot would be a perfect addition to a neutral sweater dress, tights, and wedge booties — perhaps while doing a little wining and dining? Add a little extra pizzazz to your ensemble by choosing one plain-colored scarf and one printed scarf!

(Loving the pink beauty? Here it is!)

For many, many more ways to tie a scarf, check out our 50+ ways to tie a scarf.

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