As you know if you read this blog regularly I am a complete scarfaholic.
I find scarves especially useful when travelling with a very limited wardrobe. A simple scarf can, in my opinion, completely transform an outfit. It can act as jewellery, liven up a simple straw hat, add life to a plain white T shirt or protect your hair from the sun’s damaging rays.
Below are a few ideas for different ways to wear a silk scarf. The scarf is from Epice scarves.
Epice is a French scarf company based on beautiful Scandivian design, and inspired by and made in India using fair-trade co-operatives. A marriage of the style and sophistication of the French, the clean cut contemporary design of Denmark plus the intricate patterns and vibrant colours of India.
I can personally vouch for the silk. It is lovely and thick and slubby.
The scarf I am wearing was kindly sent to me by Epice scarves. for review and came in extremely useful on my recent trip.
How do you tie your scarves?
“That is a very cute picture of you. You look wonderful in hats!”
Thanks for your email Cheryl
I popped over to see these. Very pretty!
I love wearing scarves, and especially with transitional seasons (not to mention heating / air conditioning you can never predict), a scarf can be a life saver if you get chilly! I also love using scarves to dress up neutrals. I have three different ways of looping / typing that I tend to use consistently – is that boring? – they work for me!
(If I looked as good in a hat you do, I might loop a scarf around the hat as well!)
I love pure fibre scarves and never travel without them, but I definitely don’t match your skills in tying them! Have a lovely weekend.
I don’t need to tell you, Josephine, that I share your love for scarves. I rarely leave home without one, and, as for traveling, well…..they are the first items I pack. I often build my wardrobe around them. You look so adorable.
I love scarves and have so many, long, short, square, oblong, that I have to keep them in a trunk! Loved your articles on the capsule wardrobe and love this site. Keep up the good work!
Hi Josephine, I’ve just popped your blog address into Feedly, I arrived from Susan’s blog and I plan to hang around if that’s OK.
Welcome. Really good to have you around.