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This booklet was created by Accessories Magazine
in cooperation with participating members of the
Fashion Accessories Association:
Accessory Street, Inc.
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Liz Claiborne Accessories
The Vera Companies
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is the most versatile accessory in your wardrobe. It can redefine your look and create
styles that are dressy, casual, professional,
sporty or sizzling. The possibilities are endless,
limited only by your ability to tie them.
On the following pages you'll find 15 basic
styles with complete tying instructions and
diagrams. You'll also see several alternative
designs that are variations of the basics.
Together, they represent today's most popular
and fashionable looks.
Illustrations: Glenn Tunstull/Design: Judith Ornstein
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1) Fold a square scarf into
triangle. Flip one end over
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1) Fold a square scarf into a
triangle, place the point in
the front. 2) Cross ends
behind the neck. 3) Tie in the
front using a square knot.
4) For Cowl effect, take the
center fold of the scarf and
bring it over the knot, tucking the points into the
neckline.
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1) Fold a square scarf into an oblong. 2) Place
around the neck and flip one end over the other.
3) For Fanned Ascot, pleat scarf with accordion
folds. Wrap around the neck and flip one end
over the other. Fan out the pleats. 4) For the
Pleated Bow, continue into a complete knot.
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1) Take the center of the wrong side of a square scarf and 2) Make
. a knot close to the end. 3) Flip scarf back over to the right side and
into a triangle. 4) Place at the neck and knot behind.
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1) Fold oblong scarf in
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and pull the two ends
through the center
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to the side of the neck
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1) Using an oblong or
bias scarf, flip one end
over the other leaving
top end slightly longer.
2) Take the lower end
and pull into a loop.
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end. 3) Push through the
loop in the back forming
another loop. 4) Pull
bow tight and adjust.
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1) Make a loose
knot in the center
of an oblong or
bias scarf. Place
knot under the
chin, cross ends
behind the neck
and bring them
back to the front.
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into the knot
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1) Place the center of an oblong or bias scarf in
the front. Cross the ends behind the neck and
back to the front, leaving the ends loose. 2) To
form an Ascot, flip ends over each other.
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1) Place an oblong or bias scarf
around the neck with one end
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longer than the other. Tie a
simple knot in the longer end.
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1) Take an oblong scarf and form a simple knot close to one end.
2) Accordion pleat the opposite end leaving enough scarf between
the pleats and the knot to go around the neck. 3) Release the pleats
in one hand retaining the pleats in the other hand. 4) Place the scarf
around the neck and bring pleated end into the knot in an upward
direction. 5) Tighten the knot and fan out the pleats
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1) Place an oblong or bias scarf around the neck and make a
secure double knot close to the neck. 2) Twist both ends
together until the scarf coils. 3) Wrap th,e scarf around the knot
and 4) tuck the ends behind the rosette.
1) fold a square into a triangle and
place on the head. Cross the ends
in front, bring to the back and tie
scarf over the point. 2) For another
look simply secure ends under chin
A large square scarf is
folded into a triangle,
placed over one shoulder and belted at the
waist or ... knotted on
the opposite
waist.
1) Fold an oblong or bias
scarf lengthwise. 2) Place the
scarf around the head leaving an open top. 3),4) Make a
bow, wear to the side or back
or ... secure a scarf around a
pony tail and make a bow.
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1) Butterfly Shawl-Fold a square scarf
in half with the wrong side out. Knot
two ends together on each side.
Open to the right side and place arms
through the openings. 2) Stole-A
large oblong scarf worn over both
shoulders.
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