Friday, January 27, 2017

6 ways to wear a long scarf


My friends returned from visiting their daughter and family in England and brought me a beautiful Barbour tartan lambswool scarf  from House of Fraser.


The scarf is 10 by 68 inches.


Let me show you some fun ways to wear this scarf:


1.  Tuck it all inside the neckline of a coat




Fold it in half, put around your neck




2.  Put the ends through the loop




3.  Wear it under the lapels of a suit jacket







fold it in thirds lengthwise, start with it in front, cross in back and tie a knot in front



4.  Knot at front of turtle neck




5.  Wrapped around turtle neck with ends hanging




6.  Wrapped like a shawl around the shoulders


Wearing your scarf, just the right way, will not only make a fashion statement, but may also provide greater warmth and protection from the elements.
A wool scarf will be warmer than a synthetic.  
When it is really cold, wrap the scarf around the lower half of your head.  Wrapping it over your nose and mouth will increase the temperature of the air you breathe making the cold less harsh on your lungs.

Those of you living in the frigid temperature regions, wrap your neck up and be cozy warm.
Those of us in the warmer winter areas, make that scarf a fashion statement.  

I found some great scarves (all long and narrow like mine) for you:





Money doesn't buy elegance. You can take an inexpensive sheath, add a pretty scarf, gray shoes, and a wonderful bag, and it will always be elegant. 
Carolina Herrera

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