An Infinity Scarf Can be Tied More than 1 Way

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An Infinity Scarf Can be Tied More than 1 Way

Quote of the day: “There are no limitations to what you can do, have, or be except the limitations you place on yourself by your own thinking” Brian Tracy

It’s true that an infinity scarf can be tied more than 1 way. And the three of us are here to prove it yet again with another series on different scarves and ways to wear them. If you’re thinking that it’s getting way too warm outside for wearing scarves, I would have to agree. Except I’d say, that keep in mind when you’re travelling, a scarf could be essential. I always take one or two on the plane to keep me warm!

If you missed the first series, here, here & here, then let me give a little background information. Our Christmas holiday was spent in Las Vegas seeing the sights, and I figured it could be a fun adventure to add in some outfit photos! That’s why you’ll basically see us in the same looks, and we even got to pose with the same back drops!! This was at the Wynn in Vegas. It was incredible to see how they arranged the flowers!!

And I even included in this post a couple of videos showing some of our styling methods for the scarf tying! And feel free to pin the collage photo at the bottom of this post so you’ll have it when  you need it!

Nancy’s (60’s) Outfit: I’m starting with Nancy’s version of wearing the infinity scarf since it’s the easiest.

I had Nancy wear this scarf the most common way. This infinity scarf is somewhat long, and so we draped it around her neck doubled! It’s actually long enough that personally, I’ve worn it wrapped three times around my neck. However, Nancy doesn’t love it that bulky around her neck, so we stopped at two.

Fashion for women in their 50's, 60's, & 70's

Isn’t this a fun print for a scarf? It’s what I’d consider an animal print (I wore it here as an animal print), yet it has pink & brown in it instead of the normal black & brown.

Women over 60 with scarves

Charlotte’s (70’s) Outfit: My mom got to wear the same infinity scarf like many of us would wear a long, rectangle scarf!

This is one advantage to the longer infinity scarves that made out of material that isn’t too bulky! You can twist them and turn them to your hearts content!!

Tying scarves creatively for women over 70

Mom will show how she wore this scarf in the video below. But if you’d rather read the description instead, then here goes! First, pull the ends of the scarf taut so you don’t see the opening. Then put the middle of it behind your neck and draw the “ends” forward! Since both ends are looped, you open one of the loops so that the other end can go through it.

Style & Fashion with a scarf

Here’s my mom showing how to tie this infinity scarf the way she’s wearing it:

Jodie’s (50’s) Outfit: Although my version of tying this infinity scarf, may not look very different from my mom’s, it is!

I’ll show you in the video below, but this version is a good way to have more material around your neck, if you need the warmth!

Warmth & style using scarves for women over 50

I’ll try to describe it in words! (Don’t forget to check out how cute our t-shirts are too!!)

First I put my head through the infinity scarf and twist it around my neck, once. Then with the long loop that is hanging down the front, I create a figure 8. I bring my hand through the bottom portion of the figure 8 from back to front and grab one of the top strand from the figure 8. You need to grab the portion of the scarf that is closest to the body. After you grab this piece of the scarf, you pull it through into a knot. I ended up leaving the knot pretty loose, but you could easily tighten it to make the knot thinner!

Styling & tying of scarves

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Now that you’ve seen how we tied the same infinity scarf in different ways, does it make you look at infinity scarves with a new appreciation?

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  • Love all these scarf posts! I sometimes wear my infinity scarves as a single loop instead of a double loop to change it up!

  • Pam@Threading My Way

    I tie my regular scarves in a variety of ways, but have only worn my infinity scarves in the easy way – doubled around my neck. Time to experiment after reading your post.

    • Jodie Filogomo

      I’m glad I could find some new ways for you Pam!!
      Sometimes I think the infinity scarves are the easiest because there aren’t so many options—but then I go and try to change it up…ha ha!
      🙂

  • Great ideas – I loved watching the video clips. I’d never thought to wear an infinity scarf any other way than simply looped around my neck. I have a few infinity carves of different thicknesses and lengths so this gives me some options! Thanks for linking up 🙂

    Emma xxx
    http://www.style-splash.com

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks for not thinking I’m crazy, Emma!! Sometimes I think my creativity gets the best of me—but it is fun to find other ways to style our scarves!!
      🙂

  • Marci Vaughn

    Thanks to your recent posts and videos on scarves, I’ve really been enjoying mine much more! I’d like to feature this post tomorrow at Tuesdays with a Twist! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    • Jodie Filogomo

      That’s the best thing ever to hear Marci!! That you’re wearing your scarves more now. But also that you’d like to feature my post—I’m so excited–thanks!!
      XOXO

  • I think scarves are beautiful, but I when I wear them they give me hot flashes! Thank you for sharing your fashion tips each week.

    • Jodie Filogomo

      I have some days like that too, Barbie!! It’s been so funny how I’ve been taking jackets on and off lately–LOL!!
      XOXO

  • Jacqueline Rendine

    I love that you shared this! I have only styled it one way! I need to try these new styles out!
    xo,
    Jacqueline
    Stylin In St. Louis

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Jacqueline!!
      Sometimes it is fun to be creative…
      XOXO

  • You’ve shown why I love scarves! They have many options for styling and adds to an outfit in a subtle way!

    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Exactly, Jessica!!!
      🙂

  • Love the infinity scarf, it looks so great on all 3 of you! Great tutorial !
    xx, Elle
    http://www.theellediaries.com/blog/

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks so much Elle!!

  • Thanks for the tutorial! And thanks for picking some pretty scarves for us to click on or buy!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Because who can’t use another scarf (or two), right Julia??
      🙂

  • Nicole Mölders

    Thanks for linking up to our Ageless Style Linkup party.

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thank you Nicole—I always love to see the older women strut their stuff!!
      🙂

  • This is such a good ideas! I never even thought about tying infinity scarves other ways!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      It was like an “aha” moment to me, too Laura!!
      🙂

  • Smart! I usually just wear them like Nancy did. I’ll have to try mixing it up next time!

    Jamie
    Treats and Trends

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Jamie!!
      It’s nice to know there’s an easy way to wear them (and by easy I mean not having to think, haha!), but it is fun to change it up sometimes!!
      🙂

  • I used to live for scarves! I love the ways you styled it! Always looking amazing!
    Dora http://www.BangsBang.com

    • Jodie Filogomo

      It’s funny how we get into a habit with scarves. Right now I’m all about them, but we’ll see how long that lasts, ha ha!
      🙂

  • You ladies have the best scarf skills!!

    Brooke
    Pumps and Push-Ups

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Brooke!!!

  • I feel like a terrible style blogger, haha. I have never thought to tie my infinity scarves in any different ways! This was a really useful post! I will certainly be giving these different ways a try as I own a few infinity scarves that I’ve slowly been breaking back out. 🙂

    ~Lindsey
    http://have-clothes-will-travel.com/

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Ha ha, Lindsey!!
      Not terrible—you’ve been concentrating on way more things than infinity scarves.
      Really—you could say that I have too much time on my hands to have even considered these, LOL!
      XOXO

  • Celia M. High Heeled Life

    I need to get back to wearing my scarves! loved the videos – thanks for the inspiration.

    • Jodie Filogomo

      It’s funny how we get in habit (or ruts, ha ha)….I’ve been wearing my scarves a ton right now possibly because I have them stored on my bedroom wall! LOL
      🙂

  • The pictures help! I always have to YouTube how to tie a scarf because my brain doesn’t work that way 🙂 A very informative post. Thank you!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      I always find it nicer to see a video in order to learn a new method to tie my scarves!! And one that I can rewind a couple of times, LOL!!
      Thanks for stopping by Traci!

  • I hardly ever wear scarves, only when it’s cold outside. I don’t think they are comfortable, but I do think they can add so much more to a outfit!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      That’s so interesting to hear you say that Nancy. I know it took me awhile to get used to having something around my neck, so now the only ones that are uncomfortable are the ones where the material is strange!!
      🙂

  • I love infinity scarves, and I never thought about wearing them a different way. Thanks for the suggestions! It’s definitely not too warm to wear scarves at my house yet! Hope you ladies have a wonderful week!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Lana!!
      I know what you mean about the weather…here too!! Where do you live? 🙂

  • Rebecca Saffer

    Love the videos! I thank you for showing a couple of fun ways to tie the infinity scarf.

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks so much Rebecca!!

  • Debbie Stinedurf

    Love the scarf and the ingenious ways that you styled it! I also love your videos…it’s always fun to hear voices…not the voices in my head, voices of my blog friends…lol!
    Debbie
    http://www.fashionfairydust.com

    • Jodie Filogomo

      I don’t know, Debbie—sometimes those voices in my head are way funnier—and smarter too! LOL
      🙂

  • Terri Webster Schrandt

    I dearly love infinity scarves and these are easy, clever ways to style them! Yeah, it’s warm, got to 90 here today in Sacramento 🙁 I won’t be using scarves until at least November! Thumbs up for your youTube as well!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Well, no fair bragging about your fabulous weather, Terri LOL!! Did you know we just got over 6 inches of snow this last weekend??? Of course, it’s all melted by now, but still!!
      You might need those scarves if you come visit me!! 🙂

  • You all look so fabulous in this scarf! I love the print of it and all the different ways you can wear it :). Thank you for sharing at the link-up with us!

    Sarah
    Trendy & Tidy

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Sarah!!

  • Great post showing the same scarf with different ways – love your ideas here.

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Carrie!!

  • Such great ideas! Hope you had a lovely weekend.

    Gemma x
    http://www.jacquardflower.uk

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Gemma!!

  • Laura

    What great ideas! I typically stick to the same old way, but I need to branch out next time! Thanks for sharing your ideas!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      I’m the same way….that’s why I only have a few of these in my collection. And sometimes it’s easier when there’s only one way to wear it—at least at first. Then I get bored, so I have to try to be creative!!
      🙂

  • I love infinity scarves! I never thought about different ways to tie them! You all are so creative.

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Amy!! I figure, I might as well wear what I have, right? So I need to branch out!!!
      🙂

  • Charlotte Peck

    I love all the other ways of wearing a infinity scarf. Thanks for the videos!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thank you for joining in with your comment, Charlotte!! My mom will be tickled pink that there’s another Charlotte reading this!!

      • Charlotte Miller

        SO RIGHT–not often do I come across another with our name–It’s becoming popular again. Princess Charlotte of England-as example.

  • I have always worn my infinity scarf just looped around my neck like Nancy. I never thought of other ways to wear it. Will have to try one of these styling tips! Thanks!

    michellespaige.com

    • Jodie Filogomo

      I know exactly what you mean, Michelle!! But this one was so long, I decided I need to try to be creative, and this is what I came up with!! Fun, huh?

    • Jodie Filogomo

      I was the same way until I started blogging and trying to be more creative! Sometimes it seems too blah without some twists and turns!! 🙂

  • Thanks so much for sharing these new ways of wearing an infinity scarf. I love wearing these type of scarves because of the ease. Lovely looks ladies!

    http://www.kathrineeldridge.com

    • Jodie Filogomo

      I have to admit, it is easier when I don’t have to figure out how to tie them—but then there are the days, I’m bored..ha ha!!
      Thanks Kathrine!

  • Nicole Mölders

    Scarves are awesome to up a great outfit to awesome!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Nicole…they really are fun, right?
      🙂

  • Karen Anderson

    Fun tutorials on tying infinity scarves! I wear scarves all year, just lighten up in the summer with the thinner, lighter weight versions. And you are so right, pack one when you travel, a nice big one, and it can be worn a ton of ways! Your mom and those videos…she’s so cool! Blowing kisses at the end of her videos, I kept looking for others because this is such a cute touch at the end!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      My mom will love to hear you say that Karen!! Thanks so much for the positivity! I have to admit that she’s been such a good sport in doing this all with me!!
      🙂

  • Charlotte is my nomination for spokesperson; love the way she ‘signs off’ with a tossed kiss.

    It was such a mild winter here that scarves were hardly in use. I’m making Pins for next winter. My only tip is that pretty, less bulky scarves are found in the girls’ department for short models like some of us.

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Awww, Jean–My mom will love to read this so thank you!!
      And what a fabulous idea for looking in the girl’s department !! You are a wealth of knowledge!! 🙂

  • Beautifully styled, as always! I love the colorful backdrop of the Wynn and all your big smiles!

    Thank you so much for linking up!
    –Roxanne
    http://glassofglam.com

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Roxanne!!
      🙂

  • Interesting, I usually avoid buying infinity scarves (although I do own a few) because I don’t find them as versatile. I will pin this for future reference.

    • Jodie Filogomo

      I used to think the exact same thing, Amy!!
      But this one seemed so long that I had to find some other ways to wear it!!
      See…blogging has been good for something, right?
      🙂

  • Violette

    That’s so true! Great tips!

    http://violettedaily.com

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Violette!!

  • Cheryl Tucker

    Jodie this is such a fun post! I did not know you could do so much with an infinity scarf! You put so much work into your posts! I love the videos! Peace!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Cheryl!!
      It is fun to find that some items really can work in other ways, right?
      🙂

  • I am so clueless on tying these, so love how y’all styled it!!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      It just takes a little practice, Elle!!! I bet you’ll get it in no time!! 🙂

  • You are always trying new ways to wear things! Your nero pathways must be getting larger by the day!

    I also carry a scarf on planes.

    bisous
    Suzanne

    • Jodie Filogomo

      That made me laugh, Suzanne!! (At least something’s getting bigger every day, but I’m not sure it’s at the top of my body…ha ha)
      I’m thinking I need to carry a scarf in the car lately too—our grocery store is colder than Alaska!!
      🙂

  • These are all great ways to style an infinity scarf! I always carry a scarf when traveling.

    • Jodie Filogomo

      You’re one smart cookie, Aracely!!
      I was just telling Suzanne that I should also carry one in my car because our grocery store is so cold all the time!!

  • Great ideas for ways to wear an infinity scarf!!

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Robin!!

  • Marci Vaughn

    What GREAT options! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Marci!!

  • These are great style ideas! I haven’t worn my scarves lately, but I definitely need to break them out!
    By Lauren M

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Heck…we just got 6 inches of snow this weekend—so I was scurrying around looking for boots & scarves, ha ha!!

  • Judy Gramith

    I love scarves and wear them often. They are a practical and attractive accessory. I love them best for their ability to bring unexpected colors together in a top and bottom or place a flattering color nearest the face.

    • Jodie Filogomo

      I’m so glad I’ve gotten into the habit of wearing them more lately, because they are especially useful for that!!!
      XOXO

  • So many great ways!!
    Jaymie

    • Jodie Filogomo

      Thanks Jaymie!!