This Month's Favourite Scarf Knots - As seen in fashion editorials

Happy 1st of September dear scarf lovers!

This month, with all the various fashion weeks happening in the coolest capitals, we wanted to focus on our favourite scarf knots as seen in fashion magazines! Hoping it will bring some style inspiration to mark the end of the summer :-)

Enjoy darlings
xoxo

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Headscarf knots as seen on the one and only Audrey Hepburn

Yes March is here and with it comes the occasional rain!!

Fear not dear friend, we have you covered as this month's scarf knot is the headscarf... and who better than the fabulous Audrey Hepburn to show us how to get the look!

For all the headscarves below, you will need square scarves (you can use various sizes depending on whether you want to wear the headscarf tight around the head or not).

You will need to fold the scarf into a triangle by taking each opposite corners and placing it on your head with the fold line following your hairline. You can then either knot underneath your chin at the front or decide to go around the neck and tie the scarf at the back.

Enjoy!

This Month's Favourite Scarf Knot - Scarf Knots To Make Pretty Summer Tops

It's finally the holiday season and if you are planning to go away this Summer,
these will be great knots to know!

For the first one, you will need two small silk scarves and a belt. Knot the top right corner of the first scarf with the top left corner of the second scarf. Do the same with the other two top corners, this will create the neckline. Put your head through, the knots should be on your shoulders, tie the belt around your waist to hold the top.

For the first one, you will need two small silk scarves and a belt. Knot the top right corner of the first scarf with the top left corner of the second scarf. Do the same with the other two top corners, this will create the neckline. Put your head through, the knots should be on your shoulders, tie the belt around your waist to hold the top.

This last knot can be tied using a medium or a large square scarf. Hold the scarf from the two top corners in front of you, tie a knot on each side, roughly 30cm down each corners (make sure they are at equal heights). The lower you tie the knots, the lower the neckline of the top will be. Holding the two knotted corners, wrap around your neck and tie one last knot behind to hold. Wrap the two bottom corners around your waist and hold the scarf in place with a belt.

This last knot can be tied using a medium or a large square scarf. Hold the scarf from the two top corners in front of you, tie a knot on each side, roughly 30cm down each corners (make sure they are at equal heights). The lower you tie the knots, the lower the neckline of the top will be. Holding the two knotted corners, wrap around your neck and tie one last knot behind to hold. Wrap the two bottom corners around your waist and hold the scarf in place with a belt.

 
For the second style, you will need a large square scarf, at least 120cm wide along the edges, the larger the scarf the better! Fold the scarf into a triangle and hold the scarf over your chest with the right angle pointing down. Wrap both corners around your back, bring the left corner up towards your right shoulder and take the right corner underneath your arm back towards the front. You should have both corners up on your chest at this stage, simply tie a knot to hold, you can also use a pretty brooch instead! 

For the second style, you will need a large square scarf, at least 120cm wide along the edges, the larger the scarf the better! Fold the scarf into a triangle and hold the scarf over your chest with the right angle pointing down. Wrap both corners around your back, bring the left corner up towards your right shoulder and take the right corner underneath your arm back towards the front. You should have both corners up on your chest at this stage, simply tie a knot to hold, you can also use a pretty brooch instead! 

This Month's Favourite Scarf Knot - The Headscarf

Depending on where in the world you are at the moment, you might find it's too warm to wear your scarves around the neck. For this reason we wanted to share with you some chic headscarf looks.

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This Month's Favourite Scarf Knot - The Neckerchief

This month, as the weather gets warmer we are putting the spotlight on neckerchiefs! 

We love the Girl Guides... and Boy Scouts style of this knot,
it works particularly well with a bright scarf!

The neckerchief fold is simple and works very well with a small scarf or a pocket square. Fold the scarf into a triangle, roll the long edge towards the point leaving a portion of the corner unrolled. The neckerchief is then fastened around the neck with the ends tied into a knot.

Love this style?

Shop our pocket squares here

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Knot your scarf like no one else this month!

March has arrived and Spring is almost upon us!!

Time to share with you some of our favourite and fun ways to tie your scarf!

We love this amazing look by Vika Gazinskaya, above left. Simply use a large square scarf, fold it into a triangle, arrange it on her head and plait it with your hair into a large braid, dreamy!. On the left, Susie Bubble’s silky cap is great too! Simply fold your square scarf into a triangle, place it on top of a baseball cap and tie a knot at the back!

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Our favourite scarf knots for the festive season!

As you all know scarves can be worn in so many ways, they are amazing! What I love in Winter is a silk scarf can be worn more as a star accessory as opposed to keeping you warm ( They can do too, but let's be frank nothing better than wool when it's really cold!) Below is a small collection of scarf knots ideas, from the famous Fridah Kahlo head scarf style (Tutorial here), to Juliane Moore's very stylish pussy bow with a white scarf on a stylish LBD, to Susie Lau wearing a square scarf as a top below, such a nice way to show off a print. 

My favourite look of all though will have to be this one below, Susie Lau wearing her whole collection of Hermes scarves all tied together into one evening dress, truly amazing!!