Excellent! Merci! Mes enfants aiment bien la musique.
Great post...for another great video on how to tie a scarf check out this one:http://bit.ly/204su6
Merci, c'est fantastique!
Always enjoy the scarf tutorials. Can you suggest anything for an even smaller square, say 20"? I have several of these, and never do anything except the cowboy knot with them.My other scarf problem is not something you can help with ;-) I am a middle aged woman living in a very warm climate. I have a pretty good sized scarf collection, included some lovely Hermes, but I'm kind of afraid to wear them because it's nearly impossible not to perspire on them! Too much information, I know. Should I wear them anyway, and send them to the cleaners a lot? Move to a colder climate? Wish I were pre-menopausal? Sigh...
Great tie for women who do not want a lot of scarf!Jill Ann: If you're sweating into your scarf you aren't going to enjoy it much, even if you do get them cleaned.You might wear your scarf as: a belt through loops in jeans or trench coat (ends tie in back), tied on handbag's handles, wrapped cummerbund-style around waist. (I've also seen a triangular tie on waist but you need a smallish derriere or scarf "points" to it.) See Hermes' web site for illustrations, including head bands/wraps which may also be too warm.In very hot weather, I like Hermes' cotton scarves, infinitely cooler, and leave the silk twills strictly on my bag.
Brava! Love the videos! Thank you.C.
Merci for the tutorial. How I love to accessorize with a pretty scarf. You are très chic!!Wishing you a lovely weekend ~xoxo, B
What fun! Scarves - I don't leave home without one... (And for Jill Ann - I live in a warm climate and still wear scarves in the summer - more narrow and very sheer, and in less complex configurations. Solid color and open netting materials can work well. Et ça marche !)
Great tutorial as always. My scarf inventory is waiting!
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