Generally two kinds of silk: the silk is optimal (100% silk); if the polyester is silky and soft, it can be soft. Cotton tendons are too hard, it is best not to buy.
The big square is a past tense, too old and too traditional. These two years are more popular, one is the small square (Bandanas), this is too famous, such as Ishihara Rimi in the Japanese TV drama "Proofreader Girl Konoko" has played almost a small square. There is also a Long skinny scarf, which, as the name suggests, is long and narrow. "Narrow" also has a distinction, generally narrow, very narrow, wide and narrow, suitable for playing a little different. Let's take a closer look.
After checking it, I learned that the most basic method of the small square has the name - "Audrey", from the classic style of the goddess Hepburn in the movie "Roman Holiday". The Audrey style method has flaws. The key point is to fold the two sharp corners inward when folding, to avoid exposure. After folding the strip, hit two knots, knot the neck, or leave a margin. The following schematic.
Audrey's method is not too close to the neck, V-neck round neck is OK, focusing on the color matching of silk scarves and clothes. If you like nature, you can push the knot to the side.
The Paris is also simple, with small squares folded in half, triangles placed in front, and two small tails wrap around to the front. The focus of the Department of Law is to pay attention to the area covered by the large triangle in front, and the proportion should be just right.