There are many tie styles to tying a headscarf; each has its unique beauty and elegance.
Let’s say you have a cashmere scarf, and you want to tie it quickly. You can do so using the classic tie style. With this style, you can also add accessories to your outfit without stress.
Take these steps: first, fold your cashmere scarf in half to form a triangle, place the triangularly folded scarf on your head, with the middle corner falling to the back of your head. The next you do is to tie the left corner and the right corner of the scarf’s both ends together, beneath the middle tip. Take the right and left corner of the scarf hanging over your shoulder, swapping them across, through the top of your head, and back again to the neck base, then tie the two ends together right there. You can tuck the two ends of the cashmere scarf securely along the edge of your head, if they are too short to reach your neck. This is about the simplest way to tie a headscarf. There are several other headscarf tying styles. One cool style is called the Dutch crown style. The Dutch crown style is a simple and elegant way to tie a headscarf, especially with a Pashmina kind of headscarf material. The style is more secure, and you can be sure to have a longer hair covering during longer functions.