Scarf Wrapping for The Crown

How to tie a crown scarf or head scarf
This style of scarf wrapping is named for the fact that it forms a fabric crown over the head. It is an elegant-looking wrap and is a good choice for bad hair days.
Scarf Style Needed: Rectangular (oblong) Scarf
Tying the Scarf:
Drape the rectangular scarf over the head off-centered so that one end hangs much farther down the body than the other. Gather the ends of the scarf at the nape of the neck and cross them behind the head. Twist the longer end of the scarf to form a "rope" which should be laid along the front edge of the scarf approximately 1-2 inches from the edge (over the top of the head).
Continue the twist around to meet the other, shorter, end of the scarf and knot the two ends together. The ends can be left loose to drape over or behind the shoulder, or may be guided along the back of the head and tucked under the scarf, out of sight. This is a terrific look for outdoor occasions or for anytime you want to create an exotic look and your hair won't cooperate.
More ways to tie a scarf:
Ascot wrap scarf bandana wrap scarf cowl style scarf head or crown scarf halter blouse scarf Kelly scarf long tie scarf neck wrap scarf over the shoulder scarf scarf as a sarong or skirt scarf as a traditional belt shawl style scarf scarf as a side knotted belt two shoulder wrap scarf