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12-08-2008
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13-08-2008
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I will have to try the knotted look, I haven't been giving my Hermes the love they deserve lately Thanks for sharing that.

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Quote:
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I like to tie silk scarves around my luggage when travelling! never expensive ones though, incase they get lost!
I also like to tie them around my bag, and using them as a belt is a good idea!
That's a good idea, I bet it helps you find your stuff later!

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anybody knows where I can find Tuareg (desert nomads) scarfs online ? Typically blue. And a guide on how to wrap it around the head.
Here's a pic of what I'm looking for:
http://www.uno-aventure.com/parapent...reg-sahara.jpg
Interesting. I don't think I'll ever be able to pull this one off. This is a head wrap. You'll probably need like 3 or 4 yards of fabric at the most.

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23-10-2008
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what is the best way to wear a scarf if you have got a small head? like some technique that gives the illusion of a longer neckline...?

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I like the way that Anna does it here (Getty IMages)

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You guys should definately try these out. Image is from americanapparel. It's made with their circular scarf (scarf with no ends) but I'm pretty sure some of these can be made with a normal scarf.

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great thread, I often do something similar like the figure 8 top above with a floaty scarf over my bikini on hols

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I just drape them around my neck, no double loops or anything, I just them them hang.

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Is there a way to wear a smaller/shorter scarf without looking like a flight attendant (tie around neck)?
Perhaps roll it up so it's thin and tie it loosely?

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i've been doing this thing where i wrap around the neck once and then sort of tuck the ends and pull them through...
hard to explain...
but i like it...


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I love wraping my scarves around my neck and knotting the end. I have tried wearing one around my head, but it never seems to stay right, any tips on how to make it work?

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^ are we talking like a silk type scarff???

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