This is basically the kind of scarf you'll need if you decide to wear my masterpiece. Let's keep going, shall we? (Remember to color cordinate. Or, you know, you can walk in somewhere being the rainbow from that sausage commercial. There is a rainbow, right?)
Then, if you don't already have a tank top with a collar, (like mine. My awesome one, I mean?); go make one from a collared capped-sleeved! (Just cut the cap sleeves off and make sure the shirt has a collar! I think I mentioned the collar enough! This is what the shirt should look like (it can be in any color!) after you cut the sleeves, if you don't already have a shirt like this):
So, for the bow tie part!!! (Again, bow ties are cool!) If this scarf is long enough, double it by folding one end to the other. (It probably has to be long enough to be the kind of bow tie I'm making!) So, to wear it, you can either set it under the collar, or around it, but it looks best under the collar. And then, well, tie it. YES, yes, yes, I know, too simple, but I thought that I should write this and put it out there because, well, if I say so myself, this is a pretty cool idea and not too trendy while trying to be trendy. Yeah, it makes sense. It looks really cute, too. It may not look exactly like a bow tie,but more like a bow tie-ish scarf, but it will take you on the path to have the nerve to actually wear a real bow tie!
It may look like this depending on the length and the way you tie it! Or,
Until bow ties are so cool that people won't dare wear a regular tie anymore, except for the people with half a million followers and then I'll have to start the "regular" tie trend back up, *gasps for air*,
The Pinkwriter♥ Stay gold.