People don't always realize that you can use pashmina wrap scarves for ties that are perhaps more often used with lighter, smaller scarves, such a silk scarves. Once you realize what we are doing at the start, you can apply it to most scarf ties:
This is perhaps the most popular way of wearing a pashmina. It is actually being "wrapped" around you for maximum coverage. Sometimes you may want that coverage to complete a look. Other times you may want it to warm up:
Yes, you can tie a pashmina into an ascot! And during cold months this will make you look very stylish and help keep you nice and toasty! If you chill easily, you might even want to use this tie other times of year on a chilly day:
This is the way we all would wear winter scarves during the later part of the last century. There is a reason. It works! And when you use a simple loop with a pashmina you can get a really lovely, more delicate look, with a splash of color and texture:
Want to look positively elegant? Use this wrap technique. And, a big plus is it's simple to make! For years I didn't know exactly what I was seeing. I just knew the woman wearing some kind of outer garmet looked so beautiful and elegant. It's your turn!:
This is such a clever scarf tie! And it looks incredibly nice when you use a pashmina for it. The pashminas that have a bit of silk in them tend to look really good even with traditional scarf ties such as this.
People don't realize they can use traditional scarf ties with pashminas. You can! It helps if the fabric has some silk in it. With an ascot, you tend to get a very smart and stately look. Keep in mind this tie with a pashmina really should be done when the temps are cool, because this will warm you up:
Understated and handsome. That is the effect this combination can create. This scarf tie is taking off like crazy here in the states. I suspect it's largely because it looks so good and is quick and easy to make. Note: the euro knot is also known as the hacking knot: