I’m often asked about how to wear a scarf. Well there are books, videos and all all sorts of information on this to be had.
I have to admit I generally go for simplicity, as I am not a fussy dresser, and I don’t have lots of luxuriant hair which makes it much easier to look great in scarves.
My luxury silk scarves are three different shapes.
There’s a unisex one featuring the Spanish stallion Cortijero, which I just drape around my neck, and which can be tied loosely – and the silk Georgette scarves which are also rectangular are easy to manage the same way.
There’s also a very effective way to tie the rectangular ones around your head, either with a decorative bow at the front on top of your head, or tied at the nape of your neck.
People with long hair can tie it up in a scarf or even braid the scarf into the hair which looks fantastic. I’ve always envied the ability to grow long hair, but can’t do it myself.
I remember the last time my mother tried to braid my hair. I was 5 years old, and wouldn’t sit still for her. It wasn’t a happy experience and my hair has stayed short ever since.
In this little film you can see how gorgeous Julia looks with each of three scarves on.
Come and see me at Hickstead between 24th and 29th July on stand 63 near the members entrance to see and feel the scarves yourself.
Now here’s the film
Don’t forget that these are available online at my scarf shop