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Saturday, 28 November 2009
Vintage Scarves - Part II
For the next instalment I thought I'd post my blue vintagescarves, so here we go!
Worn with a basic fold and simply thread ends through a scarf ring to give a tie look.
My next blue scarf is from the Mens' range at Hermes - The Parade - it is covered in lots of race horses leaving a H gap in the pattern - it has a lovely red and orange striped border.
Worn with a basic fold with the inner edges pinched and pulled through a scarf ring to give a frilly bow look.
and worn simply in a basic fold tied around the neck twice
and knotted discretely
Finally Expeditions Polaires Francaise in navy featuring those delightful Huskies!
This scarf requires a bit of thought to get the huskies so they show! So here I am wearing it cowboy style - triangle fold and tied at the front with the scarf pulled over the knot to hide it.
And secondly worn equestrian style simply tied with the scarf pulled out so it shows the pattern