YHM}Fashion Find – Scarf Tying Tutorial

Here it is – finally.  Thanks to all of you who have requested this and then waited so patiently for me to do.

I am excited to share my first YHM}Fashion Find video tutorial!  After my trip to Europe this summer when I shared pictures of some of my outfits I had a lot of requests for a tutorial on how I tied my scarf.

This past week a woman stopped me on the street to ask me how I did it and I got another email from one of my readers requesting it so I finally got it put together this weekend – thanks to Tessa for helping me out!

I have an exciting announcement to make in regards to YHM}Fashion Find later this week so stay tuned!!

Hope you like it!

Comments

  1. Lisa says

    Thanks to you and Tessa so very much! Great tutorial! Looking forward to your announcement about YHM}Fashion Find too!

  2. MelanieL says

    Thank you, very nice and so easy! My four year old boy watched along with me and said “hi” to you the whole time…I think he thought you were in our living rom:) Have a great day!

  3. Janell says

    I have a scarf that is sitting in my closet and I’ve been trying to figure out how to wear it now that the weather is cooling down here in California. Thanks for the great tutorial of tying a scarf…I think I’ll give it a try this week! Have a great day!

  4. Laurie says

    I love wearing scarves, too, and I had not seen this kind of tie before so thank you very much!! I’ll be passing on this tip to my daughters!

  5. Renee says

    Great tutorial! Thanks so much!! I have a cream colored scarf that was a gift. I’ve never worn it. I’m going to give your tying trick a try. : )

  6. Alison says

    Thank you! I was just thinking last night that I was going to e-mail you and ask you to do a tutorial on that…you read my mind! Now I am off to try it.

  7. Laurie says

    Great tutorial, Leigh Anne. I’ve never seen a scarf tied the way you do it and your tutorial was very easy to follow. I mostly have heavy, winter scarves to wear with coats so now I will pick up a few lighter ones to wear over a shirt or sweater. Thanks!

  8. marti says

    Leigh Anne,
    I loved your video and can’t wait to try it on a scarf. The nice thing is that I can come back and check it out again if I need to.

    I saw your TV spot a few months ago and have been so impressed with the nice voice that you have. You have such a cute personality and I finally realized that your expressions remind me of Debbie Reynolds! (a star in my generation and still a trouper).
    No wonder that little four year old kept saying hi to you!

  9. kelly says

    thanks for showing us! can’t wait to try it, i love scarves but living in hawaii it’s just too hot most of the time but i am going to st. louis at the end of the month and i plan on wearing one most of the time:)

  10. marti says

    Leigh Anne,
    I bought two new scarves today and came home and tried your way of tying. I was so proud as I did it right from memory after watching your tutorial yesterday. You are a good teacher! I watched it again just to make sure. I’m wearing it now as we’ve had a rainy, cold day today and it feels so good. Usually when I wear a long scarf one end tends to get much longer than the other before I know it. This will prevent that.
    I found my scarves at a new Burlington Coat Factory that just opened locally. They had a good selection and almost all were under $10.

  11. Erin says

    Great tutorial Leigh Anne! I love scarves but am always leary of them because I never know how to wrap ‘em! This looks do-able!

  12. says

    Ever have one of those, I’d like to learn how thoughts and then the next day come across the answer? That’s exactly what happened with your scarf tying tutorial! For my birthday a dear friend gave me a scarf, totally cute, and I thought, oh great, I’ll just add this to the stack hanging in my closet (’cause I honestly had no idea what to do with them), now I do! Thank you!

  13. Anh says

    I love your scarf tutorial video. I live in California and this type of scarf is perfect for our weather. I especially appreciate that you showed the tutorial twice, because I’m one of the few, if not the only one, that didn’t quite catch it the first go around and really appreciate how you repeated the steps more slowly the second time around. Thank you for sharing your technique with us. What a perfect style for work, church or social gathering.

  14. says

    Yes! Thank you!!! My sister recently gave me a scarf (I’m not a scarf person) and I had no idea what to do with it (other than wrapping it around my neck somehow). I’m going to try your method the next time I wear my scarf! Thanks a ton!

  15. says

    Oh wow, that’s brilliant! I’m always trying to figure out what to do with these scarves people have given me. I love them, but I don’t know what to do with them! (most are like those pashmina types) I’m going to try this!

  16. Jennifer L says

    I wasn’t happy with my scarf today and remembered how awesome your scarves always look. So fun to come to your blog and find this tutorial I had forgotten about! Thanks to you, I have a number of new scarves in my wardrobe and love wearing them. Now I’m off to lunch with my sisters at Zupa’s in American Fork. Who knew AF would be “restaurant row” for the SLC to Provo stretch?

  17. says

    This is my second comment on your tutorial (sorry!). We recently went on a cruise where I bought three more scarves. Remember I said I wasn’t a scarf person? I guess I’ll have to change my tune! I was trying to remember how you showed us your scarf-tying technique but couldn’t, so I had to come back and watch it again. I think I’ve got it now. Thanks again for this tip! You’re the best :)

  18. Melissa says

    just found your blog…love the sassy and clean combination of everything you have…tutorials, recipes and such. Thanks for sharing! Hope it’s ok I have pinned a few things to Pinterest (new there, not sure about the proper etiquette). Thanks again!

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