How to Tie a Scarf the Lois Avery Way: Veneto Bow
With the change in season, I thought it the perfect time for another installment of How to Tie a Scarf the Lois Avery Way. You’ve seen the Roma Drape and Amalfi Knot (if you haven’t, I highly recommend you give those posts a read), but today is all about the Veneto Bow. And not just any Veneto Bow—a leopard print cashmere Veneto Bow. Afterall, leopard is one of the biggest trends of the season!
You always want to start this process off by giving your scarf a good shake. This preps the cashmere to be tied ever so perfectly.
Steps 2 & 3
Now you’ll want to scrunch both ends with your hands and throw the scarf around your neck. You should have an even amount on each side.
Next, place the right hand side over the left and loop under.
Fan out your scarf to maximise the impact of the gorgeous leopard pattern.
And finally, tie into a bow. I like to keep the loops shorter, but whatever you prefer will work perfectly as well.
Throw on a trench and you are ready to go!
Suddenly you’re looking very continental chic and ready to trot the globe!
Images: Marlene Lee