Scarf Tying Bibliography

February 15th, 2010 § 31 comments

We’re compiling a bibliography of links on scarf tying. If you have an addition to make, send us an e-mail or leave a comment! We’ll be updating this list throughout the month and placing a permalink on our Fashion 101 page!

Selected Bibliography

(A. & E.’s Chicago Manual of Style trumped S.’s MLA)

Audi.  A video on scarf tying. San Francisco: Fashion for Nerds, 2010.

Ascot Wrap Scarf How-To. Greatest Look, 2010.

Bellasugar. How-To: Sassy One-Minute Braid. San Francisco: Bellasugar, 2008.

Brown, Casey. Scarf Tricks c. 1944. Casey’s Elegant Musings, 2010.

Diana. Scarves and Necklaces, Part I. Florida: Smiles Go With Everything, 2009.

—–. Scarves and Necklaces, Part II. Florida: Smiles Go With Everything, 2009.

Elaine. The Scarf Belt. Clothed Much, 2009.

Goltz, Baroness Belle von der. How to Tie a Scarf: French Twist. 2009.

—–. How to Tie a Scarf: The Halter Top. 2009.

Hermes. Playtime with Your Scarf (PDF). Paris: Hermes, 2009.

Kasmira. Scarf Week. Cincinnati: What I Wore Today, 2008.

Liz. Twisted Pashmina Tie. Vancouver: Lizzy Punch, 2010.

McGraw, Sally. Befriending scarves. Minneapolis: Already Pretty, 2009.

O’Boyle, Julie. Video How-To on Scarf Tying. Boston: Orchid Grey, 2009.

Wear, What a Nerd Would. Lesson Plan: Different Ways to Tie Scarves. 2010.

§ 31 Responses to Scarf Tying Bibliography"

  1. [...] additional resources, see our Scarf Tying Bibliography. Category: Fashion [...]

  2. Goannatree says:

    Thankyou for this list!

    can i also say thanks for the whole Scarf month challenge. It’s made me move beyond the same two or three things that i had been doing for the last 6 years or so! It’s brightened my day and shown a little more interest in my wardrobe. It’s not that the ways that I was doing it were bad, it was just that i was in a rut!

    Thanks for helping me be a fabulous, well-dressed, PhD student!

  3. Sally says:

    Thanks for the shout-out, ladies!

  4. Kasmira says:

    Thanks for the mention! I’ve got plans to video my chi-chi wrap technique, too. Maybe today….as we’re all housebound in Cincinnati due to snow!

  5. EmilyKennedy says:

    Ha ha ha! Nice one. I have been observing the plethora of these types of posts. Great job consolidating them!

  6. AJ says:

    Here’s another to add to your list:

    It’s not in English but there are illustrations.

  7. Diane says:

    Of course I loved the links, but my favorite part was the use of Chicago > MLA!

    Thanks for making me smile!

  8. Liz says:

    Thank you so much! I’m excited to try out the other tutorials! Scarf month is so fun, I’ll be talking about it until next year, it is an annual event now right? :)

  9. TD says:

    Wow this is an impressive collection. Thanks so much for integrating all these great tutorials on scarf-tying techniques. I was especially thrilled to see the Hermes scarf ideas. I can’t wait to try a few of those.

  10. With this post, you’ve gained a new subscriber! Wow great blog. Funny – I’m wearing my scarf right now and I tried almost all the knots.. I’m glad I’m the only person at work today!

  11. sabrina says:

    Oh my goodness, this is amazing! Geeky and awesome. Great blending of genres, ladies!

  12. Luinae says:

    As a serious scarf addict, this is like scarf heaven for me! Thank you

  13. thanks for the shout-out! :)

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  15. AcademicUnChic says:

    OMG. Do you know how much your geek/nerd academic fans are loving this properly formatted bibliography?! Of course my copy will include all of your posts, esp the obi+belt one.

  16. [...] skirt, gray tights, and burgundy pumps. And, as a last nod to scarf month, I opted for a gold shawl wrapped à la Orchid Grey around my [...]

  17. Brynn Rapkin says:

    Great post, thanks. I’ve been attempting to lose weight with the Cambridge diet these past couple of months and it’s going well. Will try and update to let you know how it’s going, so far I’ve lost 20 pounds in 4 months!

  18. [...] when winter blahs are setting in. Look here for all our scarf wearing entries and here for our scarf tying bibliography, pulling together a plethora of ‘how-to’ tutorials on tying and wearing scarves. And [...]

  19. [...] I really had any idea how to deploy them. There are loads of scarf-y resources out there – Academichic’s scarf-tying bibliography and Deja’s video tutorials among them – but here are some of my favorite ways to style [...]

  20. Keilexandra says:

    Here’s something else I stumbled across:

  21. [...] Academichic, but I can’t find the post…I dug through the archives, I read their entire scarf-tying bibliography. Never found the post I wanted, but the instructions are also here. Simple and [...]

  22. Brent Ruggs says:

    Spot on with this write-up, I really assume this web site wants rather more consideration. I?ll in all probability be again to read rather more, thanks for that info.

  23. [...] and also allow for additional color, texture, and pattern.  For some scarf-tying inspiration, here’s a great list of resources. My favorite is the pretzel knot, though it works best for big/long [...]

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  26. Katy says:

    There is another great website for scarves and how to tie them:

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