Updated: January 31, 2013 9:45 AM | By Steve Cook
Seven ways to tie your scarf this winter

From the loop to the Ascot, check out our guide to seven of the best ways to get your scarf knotted.



From the loop to the Ascot, check out our guide to seven of the best ways to get your scarf knotted (© Beretta-Sims-McPix Ltd-Rotello-MCP-Rex Features)
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  • Triangle fold (© Rotello-MCP-Rex Features)
  • Casual shoulder throw (© Nils Jorgensen-Rex Features)
  • The Ascot knot (© McPix Ltd-Rex Features)
  • The loose wraparound (© Beretta-Sims-Rex Features)
  • The double-loop wrap (© Mike Webster-Rex Features)
  • The wraparound (© Startraks Photo-Rex Features)
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There's more to wearing a scarf than just throwing one on to keep warm. Today'€™s modern man is busy looping, twisting and wrapping his scarf to ensure it makes the best of his outfit.

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