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Annie Hall made the Half Windsor popular with the ladies, and the look is coming back.
Step 1: Spread square
Spread your square on a flat surface so that it is in the shape of a diamond.
Step 2: Bring up bottom point
Bring the bottom point up to just above the midpoint of the scarf.
Always cut the tags off scarves.
Step 3: Bring top point down
Bring the top point down to the straight, closed end of the scarf.
Step 4: Fold bottom edge
Fold the bottom edge over so that it is directly in line with the scarf points on the left and right.
Step 5: Fold top edge
Fold the top edge down to the newly formed bottom edge.
Step 6: Fold entire scarf
Fold the entire scarf over once more, lengthwise.
Step 7: Drape scarf
Drape the scarf around your neck so one end hangs lower than the other.
Step 8: Wrap long end
Hold the short end in place, and wrap the long end over and around it.
Step 9: Form knot
Bring the long end over and around the short end once more, this time placing two fingers in between the short end and the forming knot.
Step 10: Pass long end through loop
Bring the long end behind the knot, and pass it through the loop around your neck.
Step 11: Thread long end
Thread the long end through the front of the knot, where your fingers are, and pull it down to tighten.
Step 12: Adjust knot
Adjust the knot and smooth out the loose ends.
Did You Know?
The Windsor knot is named after Edward VIII, who was the Duke of Windsor before abdicating the British throne for "the woman I love."