Fold your dressy scarf in half, length-wise, so that the ends touch each other at one end and a loop forms at the other end. Drape the scarf around your shoulders, so that looped end lies on one shoulder and the loose ends lie on the other shoulder.
Slip one loose end through the looped end. Pull the loose end tight so that the loop is close to your neck. Don't pull too tight; you don't want to choke yourself. It's true that some fashion is painful, but this look shouldn't be.
Move the scarf around your neck so that the loop is where you want it. You may like the loop in the center of your neck or prefer it to be off to the side. This look goes well with a dressy thick scarf and winter coat, or a classy thin scarf and low-cut summer dress.
Fold your scarf in half width-wise, with the ends coming together. Drape that sassy scarf around your neck so that the ends rest on your chest.
Grab the scarf end on the right side of your chest (end A) and bring it underneath the end on the other side (end B). Then loop end A underneath then over end B so that end B rests on your chest and end A rests on top of that.
Wear your dressy scarf in this knot with a V-neck shirt or a low-cut dress. Throw a cardigan on top and you've got a classy and sexy look.
Channel your inner royalty and rock a shoulder wrap. This look goes well with just about any shirt you want to add a bit of color and sass to.
Fold your scarf in half diagonally so it comes out looking like a triangle. Drape the scarf around your shoulders so that the ends are in front.
Cross one end over the other, then bring the upper end around and behind the other. Pull the knot tight and decide if you want it in the front or on the side. Pull the sides over your shoulders and you're good to go.