Wednesday, October 6, 2010

How To Tie A Scarf (Video Tutorials)

Wearing a scarf is such a simple, effortless way to add a bit of interest and instantly elevate the look of an outfit. It is an extremely versatile accessory that can be worn in many different ways, yet knowing just how to tie one can be a bit of struggle. I recently came across a website with video tutorials that show how to tie different types of scarves in numerous ways.

Here is their introductory video...


Visit the Scarves.net website to see the rest of the videos. :)

Knowing how to tie a scarf in so many different ways makes it even more fun and exciting to shop for them, because nowadays scarf options are pretty much limitless. Scarves in different styles, colors, prints, and price ranges are available just about anywhere and everywhere...

*Talbots

What do you think of the Scarves.net website and video tutorials? Do you plan to use them for your scarf wearing? Have you purchased any new scarves recently? Do you see any that you like from the ones I've shared? Do you already own any of them? Please do share! :) 


xoxo,

9 comments:

  1. HI doll..Ive seen this video...very cool...scarves are huge right now..love it!!!

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  2. I have always been a fan of scarves even when they were not as hot as they are now! I have found lots of fun ways to tie them recently on youtube.

    I have a large collection. I recently picked up 4 at AT Loft for $7.50 each that had been around $35 each to begin with:)One was even 100% silk:)

    Thanks for the post FFM:)

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  3. PS

    I have to say I love the scarves I have bought from Boden over the past 3 years. Gorgeous and well made:)

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  4. Thanks for the post! I have been purchasing scarves and not having a clue how to wear them.

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  5. Great post and I love their little button. Thank you for posting!

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  6. I'm a big scarf fan, but really of those obnoxiously long and wide "pashmina" ones that I can bundle myself into when it's cold out. I do need to be more creative and open-minded about the lights and smaller every day scarves though - they are so many pretty options!

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  7. These are fun! I have an expanding scarf collection-- how are you all storing yours?

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  8. Love that Talbots one! It reminds me of one of my mom's!

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  9. I store mine several of mine in this large hanger that has holes in in for about 20 scarves. I bought it so many years ago I cannot remember...in the 1990's when I started working!

    The others I keep in my butler's pantry shelves! I can grab and go and easily see them on the way out the door!

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