The first way the she explained tying a scarf was "belting a pashmina." Which is taking a pashmina scarf, placing it around your neck and securing it under a belt that you fasten around your waist. The second method was "Be a wrap star." Get a really long scarf, tie it around your neck twice loosely, keeping it uneven and adding fullness to your neck. The third way was to "rethink your evening scarf," where she describes a bow scarf. You put the scarf around your neck and put one side over the opposite shoulder, and then tuck it in to make a bow. The last suggestion is to "do the Parisian loop and pull." Take the scarf and fold it half, lengthwise, then you put around your neck and pull the loose ends of the scarf through the loop. Those were the four ways of tying a scarf that were described
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